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How to download Pictures from AT&T quickfire to PC with Usb cable

Posted in: AT&T Quickfire infoJuly 3, 2009
How to download Pictures from AT&T quickfire to PC with Usb cable

How to download Pictures from AT&T quickfire to PC with Usb cable

Today I see some users say they have problem with transfering Pictures from their AT&T quickfire to PC with Usb cable and ask for me how to do it. Actually, if you have the User Manual for quickfire phone, you’ll find the solution. But in order to save your time, now I’ll give the step by step directions on how to download the pics taken from ypur quickfire phone to PC.  AT&T cell phone Questions&Answers

Notes: You will need a microSD card to use Mass Storage. If you attempt to connect to Mass Storage via USB without a card, “SD not found, cannot access to Mass Storage” will appear.

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AT&T quickfire tricks- transfer pictures from quickfire phone to PC:

  1. Before you connect the device, set your device to Mass Storage Mode. To do this, tap the Menu icon and select Settings .
  2. Connect the Quickfire to your PC with a USB cable. AT&T Quickfire info
  3. It is ready when “Found New Hardware USB Modem“ appears on
    the screen.
  4. Select “My Computer“ on the PC.
  5. The phone’s memory card will be listed under “Devices with Removable Storage“ in the same location as an optical drive.
  6. File explorer will open in a new window.
  7. Drag and drop the desired files content from the PC window to the “Storage Card“ window.
  8. Disconnect the device from the cable.

Hope it works for you!

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  • Hello,

    I know many people have some problems with the bluetooth, and me too. I already get my quickfire paired up with my Mac, but every time I try to send a file from the Mac to the phone, it says “Device does not have necessary services.” And there is no way I can find how to send a file from the phone to the Mac. Please help me with this, thanks.

    In addition, because I cannot make the bluetooth work, I bought a USB cable. The problem is that when I connect the phone to the Mac, there is nothing appears on my Mac that says it is connecting to a device, which is kind of weird because as we all know, it always does that with other devices.

    PS: I don’t have SD card or headsets or anything else, and for other phones (ex: the LG VU) we don’t need those stuff. My dad has the Vu, and the bluetooth works perfectly without any accessories. Is the quickfire the only one that requires?

    Comment by Grace — July 27, 2009

  • There is noe possible to connec quickfire with a Mac, as, my Mac tells me that there are no services it can connect to, so if you did find one, it would most likely have to happen via a hard cable. I’m afraid we’re SOL on syncing with our Macs for the foreseeable future. In general, this model is looking like a pertty serious lemon, so I would be surprised if anyone bothers to create a sync solution for it

    Comment by AT&T Cell Phones — July 28, 2009

  • so there is no way to connect right?
    And I just found out that the quickfire requires a lot of accessories in order to get it work, and it gets hot when im on the phone for about 10 min… Possibly I am going to exchange it for the samsung eternity.

    Comment by Grace — July 28, 2009

  • im getting my quickfire today

    Comment by Mati — August 17, 2009

  • where do u get the quikfire?
    in what at&t store west side or east side?

    Comment by viviam heredia — November 18, 2009

  • Can someone please tell me how to get a copy of the manuel for the Quickfire…I’m pulling my hair out! Thank you in advance.

    Comment by Joy — April 21, 2010

  • Download On pdf version here:
    Then print out the data

    Comment by AT&T Cell Phones — April 21, 2010

  • I’m thinking about getting the Quickfire phone and I was wondering are there any problems with the phone?

    Comment by marla — August 7, 2011

  • Is this phone can Arabization

    Comment by pain — August 18, 2011

  • Theoretically, but it is difficult

    Comment by AT&T Cell Phones — August 18, 2011

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