My wife has numerous photos stored on her mobile phone. She would like to transfer some of these photos to her desktop computer. When she got her mobile, it came with some attachments like a cable. Can this cable be used to transfer photos from her mobile to her desktop? If possible, and I know that every mobile is different, if someone could provide some basic, perhaps generic, steps, it would be greatly appreciated. Sorry about the perhaps simplistic question but we misplaced the instruction booklet that came with the phone.
Finally, I have a final question. I was watching an episode of “Spooks” one night and I saw the following. One of the spooks took the SIM card out of a mobile and put it into some kind of hub-like device plugged into a laptop. Using this method, the spook was able to access everything stored on the SIM, including, I imagine, photos. Is this a realistic method to use? It looks simple but can I actually buy this type of device at, for example, ASDA? Any advice given in this matter is greatly appreciated.
Many phones have a micro SD card. You have to st the phone to record photos to the card, not the phone's memory. Then the micro SD is put into a carrier SD (same size as normal ones) . Then you can use an ASDA type card reader for £4 or so.