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Ok, so I have 5.3 gigabytes of photos and it won't back up to iCloud and I can't delete the albums that have the most pictures. I can't even delete individual pictures. Why is this?

I want to jailbreak my phone but have a backup of it and I have an iMac and am currently at my summer home about 5 hours away from my computer making it extremely hard for me to just go back home and make a backup. Is there any way to make a backup on a different computer?
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I would download dropbox on your imac and on your phone. This way you can transfer your pics to the dropbox account and they will be backed up.
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As awesome as a jailbroken phone is, I'd highly recommend not doing it until you are at the computer you natively use with your iPhone.

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