Tutorial On Transfering Photos from Cellphone to iPad ??

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  1. NorPlan

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    :oops: Looking for a Recommended Easy to Follow Tutorial " How To Transfer Photo's From My Cellphone to My iPad" ??? I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace II Cellphone, next best thing when without a Camera..lol.. Help / Assistence Appreaciated .. Cheers Thanks
     
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    My best, and super easy, suggestion would be to install DropBox on both devices. All the photos from the phone will sync to the cloud then be available to see or download to the iPad.
     
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    leeshor's right. Dropbox, or other apps will sync your pictures automatically. If you're concerned about your data plan on your phone, most of them even offer options to "only sync over wifi". If you're only talking about a handful of pictures once in a while, you could also just email them to yourself.

    I'm not an ipad user, so I'm not sure how it works on their end, but you could probably also just connect both devices to your computer and copy them from one to the other.

    Still, dropbox or a similar app would be the easiest way to go and take the least amount of work on your part once you've set it up the way you want.
     
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    Thanks for the Comeback.. Curious Mostly , Truthfully I'm not the Techy Sort.. Family had asked for Photo Copies ..lol.. A couple forums I frequent have asked for some pictures as well so exploring which route would be the safest without coming down with my Fat Finger Syndrome..;)[/QUOTE]
     
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    Thanks for the Comeback.. Curious Mostly , Truthfully I'm not the Techy Sort.. Family had asked for Photo Copies ..lol.. A couple forums I frequent have asked for some pictures as well so exploring which route would be the safest without coming down with my Fat Finger Syndrome..;)[/QUOTE]

    On Dropbox, or others, set up auto upload. Photo syncs a copy there. Open your Dropbox, or other, app.
    Here's some screen shots of Dropbox I hope will help
    Choose picture and tap the icon to the right
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    Tap here
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    Choose what you want to share the link to. For forum posting choose copy link, texts your texting app, etc
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    If you want copies for yourself on another device simply tap the icon and choose export. Choose whatever folder you want it on your device.
    Hope that helps but it works basically the same way on Android and Apple.

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    To add to what @mountainbikermark said, if you install Dropbox on both devices, pictures that are auto-uploaded will be available to view on both as long as you have an internet connection. In the case of the iPad, if it's a wifi only device, you can also download pictures to the iPad while you're on wifi, so you'll be able to bring them with you on the iPad to places that don't offer wifi.
     
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