Import to your PC Make sure that you have the latest version of iTunes on your PC. Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to your PC with a USB cable. If asked, unlock your iOS device using your passcode. If you see a prompt on your iOS device asking you to Trust This Computer, tap Trust or Allow to continue.
Connect the iPhone via a different USB port on Windows 10 PC. If you can’t transfer photos from iPhone to Windows 10, the problem might be your USB port. If you’re unable to transfer files while using USB 3.0 port, be sure to connect your device to a USB 2.0 port and check if that solves the problem.
Connect your iPhone to PC running Windows 7 or later. Run EaseUS MobiMover, choose “Phone to PC ” and click the “Next” button to go on. Check the category/categories you want to transfer from your iPhone to the computer. Now, click the ” Transfer ” button to start transferring photos from your iPhone to PC without iTunes.
If you’re having photo importing problems on your PC, the issue might be your camera settings. If you’re trying to import pictures from your camera, be sure to check your camera settings. To fix the problem, open your camera settings and make sure to choose MTP or PTP mode before trying to import your photos.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone to your computer using n USB cable through any of the USB ports available on your computer. Step 2: Open iTunes, click the “ Files ” tab and check the boxes to sync or transfer your files. Step 3: Select your desired destination folder for the files and click “Sync” to complete the transfer.
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 10.3 or later, tap Settings > [your name] > iCloud > Photos. Then select Download and Keep Originals and import the photos to your computer.
Check, if you enabled iCloud Photo Library on your iPhone – Settings > iCloud > Photos, also, if “Optimize Storage” is active. Then disable iCloud Photo Library. Now import the the photos to your Mac and delete them from the iPhone.
If your iPhone still isn’t downloading photos, you might be able to fix it by repeatedly tapping this option in the Settings. On your iPhone, go to Settings > Photos and choose to Download and Keep Originals. This should make your iPhone start downloading every photo from your iCloud Photos library.
Step 1: Download and open Google Drive on your iPhone, then sign in with your Google account. Step 2: Tap the Add icon on the Google Drive app > find and select the files from iPhone > tap Upload. Step 3: On your PC, visit the Google Drive website and download the files transferred from iPhone to your computer.
Transfer via Bluetooth All you need to dois enable the connection on your phone and make sure it’s discoverable. Then,turn on the Bluetooth on the PC and let it discover new devices. Connect to theiPhone, enter the one-time security code, and that’s it.
Option 2: Move files with a USB cable Unlock your phone. With a USB cable, connect your phone to your computer. On your phone, tap the “Charging this device via USB” notification. Under “Use USB for,” select File Transfer. A file transfer window will open on your computer.
The first step to take if your photos will not copy to your computer from your device’s SD card is to ensure that the device is connected to your computer or the SD card reader on your computer is working. If the card reader successfully reads the alternate card, then your card reader is functioning properly.
Here’s how to do it. Plug your iPhone or iPad into your PC using a suitable USB cable. Launch the Photos app from the Start menu, desktop, or taskbar. Click Import. Click any photos you’d like to not import; all new photos will be selected for import by default. Click Continue.