How to transfer your photos from your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer
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Transfer your photos from your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer
The internal memory of your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro may be full and you will not be able to record or download anything on your smartphone.
This can happen very frequently if your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro does not have a large internal memory.
Do not worry, it’s very easy to transfer photos from your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer so that you can take new photos.
Through this tutorial, we’ll explain firstly how to transfer your photos to your computer with your USB cable, secondly through the Google Photos app on your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro, thirdly through third-party applications, and finally by using Of the Dropbox application.
Transfer your photos via USB cable from your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer
By purchasing your phone, a USB socket and cable are provided to recharge your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro. The USB cable has dual function: recharge your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro and connect it to your computer.
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First, take your USB cable and then connect your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer, which must be turned on.
Once done, wait a few seconds then go to the file explorer where you will find a folder called “Removable Disk” or the name of your phone.
Click on it, then you will see a folder called “Internal storage” that you will also have to click. All the pictures of your phone are in this folder.
All you have to do is transfer your photos from this folder to another folder on your computer, that you created before.
Transfer your photos from your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer via Google Photos
On your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro, multiple services are offered by Google including Google Photos.
If the app does not appear on your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro, then download it from Google Play Store by searching for “Photos” from Google Inc. This app allows you to upload and share your smartphone photos.
First, before downloading the application, make sure your photos are in JPEG format, that they do not exceed 16 megapixels and that your videos do not exceed 1080p.
To get started, click the “Photos” app that matches Google Photos and then sign in to the app.
At the top left of your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro, click “Settings” and then “Save & Sync” to enable saving photos to your Google Photos account.
Your photos and videos are now on your Google Photos account that is accessible from your computer.
We recommend that you synchronize your photos with Wi-Fi, which will prevent the use of your cellular data.
Transfer your photos from your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer with downloaded applications
Transferring your photos and videos via third-party applications
There are many apps available on the “Google Play Store” that allow you to save and transfer your photos and videos to an application and your computer. All you have to do is type “transfer photos” and you will find multiple applications.
Warning, some applications are free and others are chargeable, so think about the advantages and disadvantages that you could get from these applications.
Finally, consult the reviews left by users of the application, this will help you in your choice.
The Dropbox application
There is another way to transfer your photos to your computer by installing an application called Dropbox available on Google Play Store of your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro. This application allows you to back up, synchronize and send your files to all your devices.
First, install the application on your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro and on your computer and follow the instructions to create your account.
During the installation, Dropbox will ask you if you want your photos to be downloaded only by Wi-Fi or by Wi-Fi and / or cellular data. We recommend you to select the transfer only by Wi-Fi to avoid excessive consumption of your cellular data. Then select the photos you want to save, click “Share” and then “Add to Dropbox” and add your photos to a folder of the application.
Your photos are therefore available on the application from your phone and on your computer.
To conclude, your phone is a great tool for storing photos
Your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro has the ability to take photos and videos as well as store them on its internal memory or through a downloaded application that provides a recording on your phone and computer once they have already been logged.
You will not lose your photos and videos if you have correctly performed all the manipulations that we explained to you. If you encounter problems, do not hesitate to contact a technology specialist or a friend who will help you transfer your photos from your Sony Ericsson Xperia mini pro to your computer.
How do I transfer photos from Sony Xperia to new phone?
– Open the Xperia Mobile Transfer app on both your new Xperia and the old device.
– Select Next, followed by Android phone on both handsets.
– Ensure the new Xperia is set to Receiver and the old device to Sender*
– On both devices, select the same pairing option (PIN / NFC)
How do I transfer my photo gallery from my phone to my computer?
– Turn your phone on and unlock it. Your PC can’t find the device if the device is locked.
– On your PC, select the Start button and then select Photos to open the Photos app.
– Select Import > From a connected device, then follow the instructions.
How do I transfer photos from my Sony Xperia phone to my computer?
Connect your device to the computer using a USB cable. Drag down the status bar, and then tap Android System next to (USB icon). Tap Tap for more options. Your computer will detect your device once you tap File Transfer.
How do I get pictures off my Sony Ericsson phone?
Go to the “Photo” panel, click “Camera” or “Library” to view the photos on your Sony Xperia. Select the desired photos and click the “Export” button to transfer them to PC. In the “Library” tab, you can also add/delete/copy/move photos in Sony Xperia from PC as you want.
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7 related questions
How do I transfer photos from my Sony to my computer?
How do I access the internal memory on my Sony Xperia?
If the device has an SD card, tap Menu → Show internal storage. If not, go to the next step. Tap the options icon. Tap the Internal memory icon to browse the internal storage, → SD Card (if available) to browse a memory card, or Drive (if available) to access files on your Google Drive.
How do I transfer files from my Sony Xperia?
On your phone: drag down the status bar, then tap Android system next to (USB icon) →Tap for more options → File transfer. This will allow the computer to detect your phone. On your computer: open File Explorer and find and select which files to back up from your phone.
How do I transfer contacts from Sony to Sony?
– Find and tap .
– Tap (Menu icon), then tap Settings > Import.
– Single SIM users, tap Import from SIM card. Dual SIM users, select a SIM card.
– Select where to store your contacts.
– Select contacts to import, then tap Import.
How do I transfer everything from my old phone to my new phone?
Plug in both phones with a cable if using one, or to charge if sending data wirelessly. Open the Smart Switch app on both phones, the app can be downloaded from the Google Play store if it isn’t pre-installed. Go to Settings > Smart Switch on the new phone. Select Transfer data and click on Continue.
How do I export contacts from my Sony phone?
Enter the Phone app from Sony Xperia’s home screen. 2. Tap Contacts > the three dots icon > Export contacts > Mark several > SD card > click OK to export the contacts to your SD card.
How do I change my internal memory to SD card on my Sony Xperia?
– Make sure that you have an SD card inserted into your device.
– From your Home screen, tap the Application screen icon.
– Find and tap Settings → Apps.
– Tap the On SD card tab.
– Select application, then tap Move to SD card.