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How to transfer files from my MOTOROLA ATRIX 4G to a computer

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MOTOROLA ATRIX™ 4G (2.2.1)

1. Plug the USB cable into the ATRIX 4G.

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

2. Drag the notification bar down.

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

3. Touch USB Connection.

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

4. Touch USB Mass Storage.

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

5. Touch OK.

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

6. On the computer, select Open folder to view files.

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

7. Browse to the location of the pictures (e.g. DCIM).

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

8. Drag the picture from the window to the computer (e.g. to the Pictures folder).

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

9. The picture is stored on the computer.

You can transfer pictures, videos and other media files from your ATRIX 4G to your computer.
In this example, we have used Windows® 7.

Last Updated:04/05/2012

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