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It is important to be able to transfer the pretty photos you have taken with your Motorola Moto G 2, to your computer or your Mac. Whether it’s just to save the photos or to retouch them, you’ll need to transfer them to the computer or the Mac. To transfer photos from your Motorola Moto G 2, there are different solutions that we will see in this guide. We will first of all see the right way to transfer the photos of the Motorola Moto G 2 in a traditional way, in other words with the USB cable. In the secondary step, we will see the right way to transfer the photos with the Motorola Moto G 2 SD memory card, if you have one. At last, we will see the right way to transfer the photos to your computer via applications that use the internet.transfer-photos-Motorola-Moto-G-2

Transfer photos from Motorola Moto G 2 to PC or Mac with USB cable

Transfer pictures to a PC

To transfer pictures from your Motorola Moto G 2 to a computer, you can easily use the USB cable. Really, the cable you use to charge your mobile phone will let you to transfer your photos. To make this happen, nothing is easier. First, connect your Motorola Moto G 2 to your computer by plugging in the USB cable. You must after that activate the Multimedia Device or USB storage option in the notification bar of your Motorola Moto G 2. When completed, your computer will identify the mobile phone and you will then be capable to access the mobile phone files by going to My Computer. You should see your mobile phone listed as a removable drive. All you be required to do is open it and find the directory named DCIM. It is in this file that the photos of your Motorola Moto G 2 are stored. You can then copy the images you like to your computer.

Transfer photos to a MAC

In a similar manner as for the PC, the initial step is to connect the Motorola Moto G 2 to the Mac via the USB cable. Then select Multimedia Device or USB Storage in the notification bar of your Motorola Moto G 2. When done, you can open the Finder on your Mac and you should discover the Motorola Moto G 2 appear in the list of devices on the left. All you have to do is find the DCIM file and transfer the photos to your Mac. Well, that’s all !

Transfer photos from Motorola Moto G 2 to PC or Mac with the SD memory card

Transferring photos from the Motorola Moto G 2 to the memory card is a quite simple procedure, but the latter requires 2 conditions. In order to apply this technique, you must first of all have a SD memory card on your Motorola Moto G 2. The secondary condition is that: your photos must be saved on it. So if your photos do not register by default on the mobile phone’s SD memory card, this process is not the best for you. If perhaps you meet these 2 conditions, the transfer will be very straightforward. In fact, you will 1st have to take the SD memory card out of your Motorola Moto G 2 and slide it into your mac or your computer. The SD memory card will appear in removable disks on PC and mobile devices on Mac. All you have to do is open the DCIM file on the memory card and copy the photographs you wish on the Mac or the PC.

Transfer photos with Dropbox or Google Drive

There are many applications that transfer photos from your Motorola Moto G 2 straight to your computer via the internet. Among these applications, we find the most interesting and free are Dropbox and Google Drive. With these applications, you can synchronize your photos and automatically find them on your PC or Mac. To make this happen, you need to download and install the app on your Motorola Moto G 2 through the PlayStore. As soon you have installed the app, you must make or sign in with your account. You can then select the timings of the photos and screenshots of Motorola Moto G 2 by going to the settings. Once the synchronization is turned on, you will have to download and install the same application on your PC or Mac. When this step is finished, you will have a folder on your PC or Mac where you can find all the images that have been synchronized automatically. This is a solution that is highly convenient as the transfer of photos is done as you take them.