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Copy PC photo to iPhone

Q. How I can transfer images from Windows PC to an iPhone 4s?


A. If you have pictures in the Pictures folder on your computer or albums in the Adobe Photoshop Elements program, you can sync photos from PC to iPhone via Apple's iTunes program. You can use a USB cable connection to the synchronization process, or, if you have already set it up, have the iTunes Wi-Fi Sync copies that content from iTunes and iOS devices via your home wireless network.

Once you make the connection between iPhone and PC, click on the iPhone icon when it appears in the iTunes window. On the next screen, click the Photos tab and turn on "Sync photos from" checkbox; use the dropdown menu to select the program or folder of images you want to copy the iPhone and click the Apply button.

When you click the sync button, copies of photos on your PC are transferred to the iPhone, where you can find the Photos application on your device. Apple has detailed instructions forsyncing photos with iTunes, and a guide tosetting iTunes Wi-Fi Sync.

Third-party applications like PhotoSync are another option. Or, if you use an online storage like Dropbox or Microsoft OneDrive, you can move photos from your PC to the phone by storing them in your online account and then transfer it to iPhone with corresponding service application.

Apple iCloud Service also works with Windows to share photos between phone and computer, either through a browser or theiCloud software for Windows. The function of iCloud Photo Stream syncs photos andiCloud Drive in the new system 8 iOS shops many file types.

Backup an Android Tablet Online

Q. What data backup actually restore an Android Nexus tablet?


A. If you have the backup service working on your Android tablet Nexus should restore most of the data related to the account of Google, as the configuration of Gmail and Google Calendar. Your saved Wi-Fi networks and passwords must also be restored. Other device settings such as screen, language and clock are also saved as wallpapers are home-screen and content installed through the Google Play Store.

If you had to set backup, the configuration of some applications can also be restored when you reinstall the program. The Google site has more information and instructions to turn (and use) the Service Backup Android - which can be very useful if you need to delete or replace the tablet.

Google has backup options online for other content you may have on your tablet. For example, the files you've uploaded to Google Drive (or other cloud services storage) are stored online and can always be taken back when you need them, and the role of backup copies optionalAuto files Google Plus photos and videos that you take on the Nexus.

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