How to Transfer Pictures from iPhone to Flash Drive
"I want to transfer pictures from my iPhone to a USB flash drive to backup. Is there any easy way that allow me to do that in batch? I don't want to spend hours just for transferring iPhone photos to USB flash drive. Please give me some suggestions. Thank you in advance."
If your iPhone is full of photos either downloaded from the Internet or captured by yourself, to keep these photos properly or free up your iPhone space for new data, you might want to transfer photos from iPhone to a USB flash drive. It's a good place to save iPhone photos. However, you might find that you can only transfer part of your iPhone photos to the USB flash drive, not all iPhone photos.
Well, if you're facing the situation I mentioned above, you should try Wondershare TunesGo which allows you to transfer all pictures from iPhone to a flash drive in batch. And after backing up iPhone photos to flash drive, you're able to remove unwanted photos from iPhone by using this app. The following are the simple steps to transfer photos from iPhone to USB flash drive.
Step 1. Download TunesGo
Get the right TunesGo for your computer, as you see both TunesGo (Windows) and TunesGo (Mac) are available. The Windows version works well with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP based computers. The Mac version is fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.8, 10.7, and 10.6.
Step 2. Run MoibleGo for iOS
Plug in the USB flash drive into your computer, making sure it works properly. By default, on Windows PC, the USB flash drive will appear in Computer. On Mac, the USB flash drive will show on desktop. Run TunesGo and connect your iPhone with computer via a USB cable that iPhone comes with. After connecting successfully, this tool will detect your iPhone and show it in the primary window.
Step 3. Transfer photos from iPhone to USB flash drive
On the left of the main window, you can see "Photos". Click to reveal two folders where by default all iPhone photos are saved: Photo Library and Camera Roll. Photos in Photo Library are generally these ones you've synced from iTunes. Photos in Camera Roll are these you've captured. By clicking Photo Library or Camera Roll, you'll see photos in the folder. Then select wanted photos and click "Export to My Computer" by clicking the triangle under "Export". In the popped up window, find your USB flash drive and open it to save these iPhone photos.
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