Asked by Chelsea Cook — 7 Feb 2012
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Jason Platt said:
Plug your iphone into the USB jack of your PC once it is recognized by your PC you can go to "my computer" on your desktop and click on it. All the drives on your PC will be shown including the iphone. Click on it and it will open to your photos. You can right click to the one you want to save and save it to wherever you want or hold the left button down of your mouse on the photo and bring it to your desktop..Once saved on your PC you can upload it to JPG...
2 years ago
Justin Case said:
You can also go to your profile page, into your "Edit Profile" and then "Email" tab. At the bottom of that tab, there is a section called "Email Upload". You simply set it up there and JPG will give you a unique email address you can use to upload your images to your profile on JPG via email. It's really simple and once set-up allows you to send them from any mobile phone you're using - whether it's a 'smartphone' or a 'feature phone'. Very cool. I've used it from a couple of my phones and also works very easily from iPad and/or any other tablet.
1 year, 11 months ago
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