1. pwalton3's Avatar
    Hi there, I have a Galaxy Note 4 with all my photos on it in several albums. Just lately I have been using it as my main camera and want to transfer just the new photos to my PC as a backup.
    10-25-2015 10:03 AM
  2. muzzy996's Avatar
    Many ways to do it . . .

    1a. Hook up via USB cable and drag and drop from the SD card to your PC (either in the path SD Card\DCIM\Camera or your external SD in the same path if you have a microSD inserted).

    1b. Hook it up via USB cable and use Kies to access the pics that way.

    1c. If you're using a microSD shut the phone off, pull the card out and use a card reader to drag and drop photos to your PC.

    2. Use an app like AirDroid to transfer wirelessly using a web browser on your PC (provided the phone and PC are on the same network).

    3. Use a cloud backup solution and have it automatically backup your photos to the cloud. Personally that's what I do, I use Google Photos. Dropbox will do the same thing. Typically these apps can be set to only upload when on wifi if one is concerned about mobile data charges (I'm not so I let it upload as I shoot).

    I'm sure there's others or variations thereof.
    Laura Knotek likes this.
    10-25-2015 01:05 PM

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