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Hello every1,
I have an iphone 3g, unlocked. i have about 7k photos on my camera roll. I would like transfer them to my windows 7 pc, without itunes. when i plug my iphone into my pc (which doesnt have itunes) it does not recognize it. it searches for drivers then it say the search is unsuccessful. How can i transfer all my photos safely to my pc (for free) ???
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I use Picasa at work for transferring pics from my 3GS.

If that's not working try these links - probably start with the 2nd link.
iPod not recognized in 'My Computer' and in iTunes for Windows
http://support.apple.com/kb/ts1538
iPod appears in Windows but not in iTunes
iPod troubleshooting basics and service FAQ

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i would like to transfer via SYNC because i have way too many photos... would picasa do the job?
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also.... i went into device manager and it say its recognized as an "mtp usb device."
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Have never transferred more than maybe 50-70 at a time. I do it daily when I'm taking pics. Have never had more than a couple hundred on my phone at a time.

Why have you waited till you had that many pics there?

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hahahahahhaha i asked myself that samee question!
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