Skip to main content
Accessibility Resource Center Skip to main content
Get up to $500 when you bring the phone you love. OR get iPhone 13, on us. Online only. With Select 5G Unlimited plans. Ends 1.31. Buy now
end of navigation menu
How do i transfer pictures from my deactivated droid incredible 2 to my MacBook Pro?? Keep in mind i no longer have my SIM card (not sure if this matters)....
Kev9
Newbie

How do i transfer pictures from my deactivated droid incredible 2 to my MacBook Pro?? Keep in mind i no longer have my SIM card (not sure if this matters)...

0 Likes
1 Solution

Correct answers
Re: How do i transfer pictures from my deactivated droid incredible 2 to my MacBook Pro?? Keep in mind i no longer have my SIM card (not sure if this matters)....
SydneyK
Master

I don't have a MacBook Pro, but I will go over two ways to transfer on a PC.

The SIM card doesn't matter but an SD card is helpful. Are your photos saved to camera memory or SD card? If on SD card, does MBP have a slot for a card/adapter?

If not, you should be able to connect your phone to your computer via USB cable and put the phone in disk drive mode (if it doesn't automatically come up, it's in Settings>Connect to PC). From there, you can drag and drop or copy and paste.

View solution in original post

0 Likes
Re: How do i transfer pictures from my deactivated droid incredible 2 to my MacBook Pro?? Keep in mind i no longer have my SIM card (not sure if this matters)....
SydneyK
Master

I don't have a MacBook Pro, but I will go over two ways to transfer on a PC.

The SIM card doesn't matter but an SD card is helpful. Are your photos saved to camera memory or SD card? If on SD card, does MBP have a slot for a card/adapter?

If not, you should be able to connect your phone to your computer via USB cable and put the phone in disk drive mode (if it doesn't automatically come up, it's in Settings>Connect to PC). From there, you can drag and drop or copy and paste.

0 Likes
Re: How do i transfer pictures from my deactivated droid incredible 2 to my MacBook Pro?? Keep in mind i no longer have my SIM card (not sure if this matters)....
Ann154
Super User
Super User

Also check this for tips. http://m.androidcentral.com/android-101-android-file-transfer-app-mac

I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.