It is actually important to be able to transfer the pretty pics you have taken with your Acer Liquid Z330, to your computer or your Macintosh. In fact, whether it’s simply to save the pics or to retouch them, you will have to transfer them to the computer or the Mac. To transfer pics from your Acer Liquid Z330, there are a lot of solutions that we will see on this page. We will see in the 1st time ways to transfer the pics of the Acer Liquid Z330 in a classic method, ie with the USB cable. In the second step, we will see how to transfer the pics with the Acer Liquid Z330 memory card, in case you have 1. At last, we’ll see how to transfer the pics to your computer through applications that use the internet.
Transfer photos from Acer Liquid Z330 to COMPUTER or Mac with USB cable
Transfer photos to a COMPUTER
To transfer photos from your Acer Liquid Z330 to a computer, you can use the USB cable. In truth, the cable you make use of to charge your phone will allow you to transfer your photos. To do this, nothing could be easier. Just connect your Acer Liquid Z330 to your computer first by plugging in the USB cable. You must then activate the Multimedia device or USB storage option in the notification bar of your Acer Liquid Z330. When ever done, your computer will identify the telephone and you will then have the capacity to access the phone files by going to My Laptop. You should see your phone appear on the removable disks. All you have to do is open it and find the document named DCIM. It is in this document that the photos of your Acer Liquid Z330 are stored. You can then copy the photos you want on your computer.
Transfer pics to a Macintosh
In the same method as for the COMPUTER, the 1st step is to connect the Acer Liquid Z330 to the Mac through the USB cable. Then select Multimedia Device or USB Storage in the notification bar of your Acer Liquid Z330. When ever done, you can open the Finder on your Macintosh and you should see the Acer Liquid Z330 appear in the list of devices on the left. All you have to do is find the DCIM document and transfer the pics to your Mac. Well, that’s it!
Transfer pics from Acer Liquid Z330 to PC or Macintosh with memory card
Transferring photos from the Acer Liquid Z330 with the memory card is a fairly practical procedure, however the latter requires two conditions. In order to apply this procedure, you will need to first have a memory card on your Acer Liquid Z330. The second condition is that: your pics must be saved on it. So in cases where your pics do not save by default on the phone’s memory card, this procedure is not the best for you. In case you meet these two conditions, the transfer will be somewhat basic. In truth, you will first have to take the memory card out of your Acer Liquid Z330 and slide it into your mac or your computer. The memory card will appear in removable disks on COMPUTER and mobile devices on Mac. All you have to do is open the DCIM document on the memory card and copy the pics you want on the Mac or the COMPUTER.
Upload pics with Dropbox or Google Drive
There’s lots of applications that transfer pics from your Acer Liquid Z330 directly to your computer through the web. Among these applications, we find the many interesting and free are Dropbox and Google Drive. With these applications, you can synchronize your photos and automatically find them on your COMPUTER or Macintosh. To do this, you will need to download and install the application on your Acer Liquid Z330 through the PlayStore. Once you have installed the application, you will need to create or sign in with your account. You may then select the timings of the pics and screenshots of Acer Liquid Z330 by going to the settings. Once the synchronization is activated, you must download and install the same software on your COMPUTER or Macintosh. When ever this step is complete, you will have a folder on your COMPUTER or Macintosh where you can find all the photos that have synchronized automatically. This is a process that is very practical for the reason that transfer of pics is completed as you take them.