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Loyola

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Sep 9, 2004
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Is there away to get the photos off my iPhone? I didn't have the phone set up to sync with iCloud when I first got it. I now have it set up to sync to iCloud but cannot get the old photos.

It is a iPhone 4 on OS 6.

Thanks,

Kevin
 
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Apple fanboy

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Is there away to get the photos off my iPhone? I didn't have the phone set up to sync with iCloud when I first go it.

It is a iPhone 4 on OS 6.

Thanks,

Kevin

Just plug it in to your Mac or PC if you don't want to go the iCloud route. Or why not set up a photo stream if you have iPhoto on a mac.
 

Loyola

macrumors regular
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Sep 9, 2004
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Just plug it in to your Mac or PC if you don't want to go the iCloud route. Or why not set up a photo stream if you have iPhoto on a mac.

I have it set up to sync with iCloud now but I cannot get all the photos just the ones after I turned on iCloud. When I got the phone I didn't know to turn it on. I added this to my original post in order to add more detail.
 

madsci954

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Oct 14, 2011
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Plug it into a Mac or PC, you don't need iTunes. For PC, Windows Explorer will see the phone as a camera and your can pull the photos from the Camera Roll. For a Mac, use either Image Capture or iPhoto.
 

Loyola

macrumors regular
Original poster
Sep 9, 2004
221
79
Plug it into a Mac or PC, you don't need iTunes. For PC, Windows Explorer will see the phone as a camera and your can pull the photos from the Camera Roll. For a Mac, use either Image Capture or iPhoto.

Yay it worked. Now I an upgrade the to OS 7 when I am ready.

Thank you.
 
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