I have just installed Samsung PC Studio 3 in order to transfer some image files from my mobile phone onto my computer.
Most of the images have worked fine, but for some reason neither Microsoft Picture Manager nor QuickTime Picture Viewer will read two of them. They are both JPG files and they appear perfectly on my phone screen, so I don't see what the problem would be!
Does anybody have any idea how, or even if it is possible to transfer them intact onto my laptop?
I tried using an image converter to change the files from JPEGs to other types, but that hasn't worked. What's really frustrating though is that whilst using the converter (Advanced Batch Converter 4.0) the thumbnail preview reads the image and it appears as a tiny thumbnail, but once I click to open it fully, it doesn't appear on screen.
Clearly the images are readable somehow if both my phone and the image preview software can read them! Would something like Adobe Photoshop work or does anyone have other ideas?
I've had similar problems using Samsung PC Studio 3 when trying to transfer pictures from my brother's mobile phone to his PC. The only way I could get round the problem was to transfer the photos via bluetooth. I found Samsung PC Studio 3 to be very buggy.