How To Transfer Photos From Camera To Samsung Tablet

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How do I tranfer photos from my digital camera to my Samsung Galaxy Tab S?

  1. I have a digital camera made by Cannon. It is not equipped with Bluetooth functionality. It contains a standard SD card slot (not a microSD card slot) as well as a tiny USB port for A/V output. If I’m going on a lengthy trip, I’d want to have my Galaxy Tab S tablet as well as my camera. For me, the ability to transfer images from my Canon digital camera to my Samsung Tab S is essential in order to be able to view them on a bigger screen and share them to friends through email is a must-have feature. What is the best way to go about this? Is it necessary to use a particular USB connection? 20th of October, 2014, 04:02 p.m. There are several approaches that may be used to accomplish this. 1) Purchase a computer equipped with an SD Card reader and a micro-SD adapter, and use the computer to copy the files to and from each card. In any case, if you do this, there isn’t much use in utilizing the tablet as a “bigger screen” in the first place. 2) Use an adapter to convert a microSD card to an SD card in your camera, and then just insert the microSD card into your tablet to see the images on it. The OTG USB adapter, which is just a male microUSB connection to a female USB connector, may be used if your camera enables data output as USB Storage via the USB port (which most do). This allows you to connect your tablet to external devices like as keyboards and USB sticks. However, not all gadgets are compatible, so you may want to test it out before you leave on your vacation. These cables are not costly and may be simply obtained over the internet. Options 2 and 3 are the greatest options, however option 2 is the most straightforward and dependable method of avoiding compatibility concerns. On October 20, 2014, at 4:10 p.m. Thanks. I agree with the idea of attempting to do so without encountering any compatibility concerns. While I have the micro card in my tablet, would I be able to 1) send chosen photographs through email and 2) store selected photos to my internal tablet memory while the card is in the tablet? On October 20, 2014, at 4:43 PM, As long as the camera does not utilize a ‘strange’ card format (keep in mind that your tablet can only read ExFAT or FAT32 formatted cards) or an unusual file format, you should be able to do so. Most newer cameras, on the other hand, do not suffer from this problem any longer. For the most part, you should try the microSD card in your tablet first, and if you can read and write data to it, you’re ready to go. If your camera does not prompt you to reformat the card when you enter it into the camera, you are set to go. 10-20-2014 05:54 PM
  2. Moderator’s note: This discussion has been moved to the Tab S forums. 2:00 a.m. on October 21, 2014
  3. I purchased a usb-to-go converter to use with my computer. As soon as I hooked it into my Samsung Tab S 10.5 and my Canon S95, the tab opened applications that allowed me to transfer photographs from the camera. My memory tells me that the adaptor cost less than ten bucks. In addition, as previously suggested, an adaptor to allow the micro SD card to be used in the camera slot. It’s also possible to purchase WiFi cards for cameras that broadcast their own WiFi, which the tablet may then connect to. It is possible to be slow. This was posted using the Android Central App. On October 21, 2014, at 3:08 p.m. Sorry for being such a moron, but I am considered to be “elderly.” What is the best way to check what files are stored on my SD card? Right now, I see a slew of folders that mean nothing to me – but I can’t figure out how to get to the files themselves. For example, if I have images stored on a micro SD card, how can I select and choose which ones to view? Jaykaydee first posted this on October 23, 2014 at 12:55 p.m. Sorry for being such a moron, but I am considered to be “elderly.” What is the best way to check what files are stored on my SD card? Right now, I see a slew of folders that mean nothing to me – but I can’t figure out how to get to the files themselves. For example, if I have images stored on a micro SD card, how can I select and choose which ones to view? It is dependent on the camera manufacturer and where they want to keep the photographs. The majority of the time, on my Canon, they were located in the DCIM folder. After that, they are placed in folders with the numeric date as the name of each folder. Individual jpg photos are contained within those folders. (By the way, are you getting Social Security benefits like I am – I’m a “OLDSTER!”!) If you require any other information, please inquire. On October 23, 2014, at 1:19 p.m. In addition, I’m utilizing a Canon camera (PowerShot G16) that is connected to my Tab S 8.4 for photo viewing and sharing purposes (email, messenger, etc). As previously stated by other members, the quickest and most convenient method is to use a USB adapter such as this one, which costs less than $2: Thank you for your time on October 23rd, 2014 at 3:09 p.m. I purchased a USB OTG (on the go) cable that connects a USB B Micro male to a USB A female connector. It’s a piece of cake to use! Thank you so much to Spook Droid, Yk Chin, and you for your assistance. The fact that I began collecting Social Security 14 years ago is a side note. Originally posted by jaykaydee on October 23, 2014 at 5:13 p.m. Thanks. I purchased a USB OTG (on the go) cable that connects a USB B Micro male to a USB A female connector. It’s a piece of cake to use! Thank you so much to Spook Droid, Yk Chin, and you for your assistance. The fact that I began collecting Social Security 14 years ago is a side note. So, you do have a few years on me, to put it mildly. It’s possible that I have an advantage. Dad was a professional photographer who worked only with film, and I used to work as a computer programmer in a previous life. However, take use of your newly acquired ability to examine your images while on the road. I, too, had been looking for something like this for quite some time, but Blackberry devices lack the necessary apps and mobility. This was posted using the Android Central App. Jaykaydee first posted this on October 23, 2014 at 6:01 p.m. Thanks. I purchased a USB OTG (on the go) cable that connects a USB B Micro male to a USB A female connector. It’s a piece of cake to use! Thank you so much to Spook Droid, Yk Chin, and you for your assistance. I’m glad to hear that you’ve already purchased the USB adaptor and that everything is running properly. This means that the experience of viewing and sharing images on your stunning Galaxy Tab is getting even better! Jaykaydee first posted this on October 23, 2014 at 11:50 p.m. I have a digital camera made by Cannon. It is not equipped with Bluetooth functionality. It contains a standard SD card slot (not a microSD card slot) as well as a tiny USB port for A/V output. If I’m going on a lengthy trip, I’d want to have my Galaxy Tab S tablet as well as my camera. For me, the ability to transfer images from my Canon digital camera to my Samsung Tab S is essential in order to be able to view them on a bigger screen and share them to friends through email is a must-have feature. What is the best way to go about this? Is it necessary to use a particular USB connection? What I do is take the USB cord from my camera and connect it to the camera, then connect the other end to the OTG cable, and then connect the OTG cable to the Tablet computer. It’s a good fit. 25th of October, 2014, 3:25 a.m. I already have the cord to link my Canon S95 to my Samsung tablet, but it looks like I’ll need software as well, either an app for the tablet or something specific for the camera. Help? Thanks Richard Casault first posted this on May 25, 2015 at 2:15 p.m. I already have the cord to link my Canon S95 to my Samsung tablet, but it looks like I’ll need software as well, either an app for the tablet or something specific for the camera. Help? Thanks Okay, you’ve “compelled” me to investigate what’s going on! First and foremost, I had to track out my dreaded USB-OTG cable. It’s all well, I’ve connected my Canon S95 to the Tab. Then I hit the button on the camera’s back to REVIEW pictures, and I received a prompt on the Tab, as shown in the accompanying screen capture. When requested, I chose the Gallery and then picked it again when prompted. (There was also the option of using Google+, but when I attempted it later, I received an error notice.) The Canon then appeared as a distinct Album in the upper left corner of the screen, with the names Canon Inc Canon, and so on. It is possible that it will be sorted differently on your Tab. I took out the album and looked through it. I was able to Select an image from that album after pressing and holding on it for a few seconds. You may choose from a variety of other photographs (but the video I shot as part of this experiment is not displayed!) Alternatively, you can press the “Selected” box (located in the top left) to obtain a SelectAll. Then I selected the three vertical dots menu option (upper right). And then clicked on IMPORT. The photos were IMPORTED into the program. After that, they might be accessed in the Gallery under the Album IMPORT heading. It appears to be found in the Path: /storage/emulated0Imported folder, based on the More Details information (I believe that is a ZERO) With the native file manager, they are now right under Device Storage, Imported, which is a good thing. Now, where can I go to find that particular video? (g) On May 25, 2015, at 6:18 p.m. Thank you for going the additional mile. I’m still not able to see the images in my files list. Did you have to upgrade the firmware on your S95? What version of Gallery are you working with right now? The fact that I’m using a tablet rather than a phone may make a huge difference in the results. In the past, I would have simply gone to an internet café and uploaded from my SD card, but internet cafes have seemingly gone the way of the dodo. 05:32 p.m. on June 5, 2015
  4. The current version of the gallery is 4.4.2-t800xxu1anj6. I’m not sure whether I’ve ever updated the camera. What is the best way to identify its firmware – I looked through the menus quickly and didn’t find anything, despite the fact that I’m fairly certain I’ve seen it. on the 5th of June, at 11:38 PM OMG. That appears to be exactly what I’m looking for. I have a Canon Power Shot and a little SX 700 HS camera, plus I recently purchased an RCA 7 camera “a tablet with a built-in keyboard I retired around three years ago, and since then, my wife and I have taken several wonderful holidays and road excursions. I’d want to transfer the images taken with my camera to the tablet and then copy the shots in the ‘Gallery’ to a flash drive for safekeeping. I’m under the impression that this would work both ways, correct? But I really don’t want to lose those images since they will be taken in areas that I will never be able to see again. This is a fantastic website, and I will save it somewhere safe for future reference. Schmidt05 first posted this on July 19, 2015 at 12:55 a.m. OMG. That appears to be exactly what I’m looking for. I have a Canon Power Shot and a little SX 700 HS camera, plus I recently purchased an RCA 7 camera “a tablet with a built-in keyboard I retired around three years ago, and since then, my wife and I have taken several wonderful holidays and road excursions. I’d want to transfer the images taken with my camera to the tablet and then copy the shots in the ‘Gallery’ to a flash drive for safekeeping. I’m under the impression that this would work both ways, correct? But I really don’t want to lose those images since they will be taken in areas that I will never be able to see again. This is a fantastic website, and I will save it somewhere safe for future reference. I recently returned from a three-week trip to France, which included stops in Paris and the Alps. At the very least, I was able to accomplish this with my Samsung Tab S. The USB-to-Go cable was connected to my Tablet and the other end was connected to my Canon G7X on a regular basis at night (still uses the older usb plug so I had the proper cable for that size). When I clicked on the review button, the Tab offered me the option to launch the Gallery application. It would take a few seconds or longer before the Canon would appear as another Album in the list of albums. Afterwards, I could choose a photo and then choose ALL of them. IMPORT (not move or copy, but IMPORT) them into the tab was the next step for me. They ended up in a folder called IMPORT. After that, I removed the camera and connected it to a thumb drive. I transferred the photographs to it. Then I MOVED all of those photos to a FRANCE folder on the sd card of my tablet computer. I MOVED them in order to make room for the next batch of imports in the import folder. As a result, I had three copies. Originals are on the camera (for the entire three weeks), on the thumb drive, and on the SD card. I will mention that we attempted to accomplish this using my friend’s camera and their Amazon Fire, but it did not work out well. If the Fire does not support USB-to-go, I’m not sure what to make of this. As a result, we copied their photographs on my Tab. It was 07-19-2015 at 9:02 a.m. when I realized I should have read this topic before attempting to transfer photographs from my camera to my Galaxy Tab 4. Due to the fact that I did not have a cable with me, I simply removed the micro SD card from the adaptor in the camera and placed it into the SD slot on the tablet. I was completely unaware that there may be other forms. On the card, I could see some images from a prior device that it had been inserted into
  5. However, there were no photos from my camera. When I inserted it back into my camera, I was asked if I wanted to reformat it (which I declined), but there are no images shown when I examine them on the camera’s LCD screen. I’m afraid I’ve accidentally deleted all of my photos from my week-long vacation to Ireland! Based on Spook Droid’s post4 above, I’m thinking that my older Nikon Coolpix has a “strange” format and that I made a mistake by inserting the card into the tablet straight. Do you have any thoughts? on the 18th of August, 2015, at 02:06 PM Take no further action on or with the card until you have tried the following: Do you have a card reader or an adapter that you can use with your computer? You can try reading it on a computer if you want. Make sure you take a thorough look around. It’s possible that the Tab has added new folders, making it difficult to find. That is why I believe that a computer would be the best option. Best of luck. 20th of August, 2015, 01:12 a.m. Could you please provide information on the question listed above? 8:00 a.m. on August 2, 2016
  6. The following question concerns how I may upload photographs from my Sureshot camera to my Apple iPad. Jaykaydee first posted this on October 26, 2016 at 4:04 PM. Thanks. I purchased a USB OTG (on the go) cable that connects a USB B Micro male to a USB A female connector. It’s a piece of cake to use! Thank you so much to Spook Droid, Yk Chin, and you for your assistance. The fact that I began collecting Social Security 14 years ago is a side note. This entire topic has been quite beneficial to me right now! Even if you’re talking in alien language, I’ll just show my screenshots to my kids (who are perfectly understanding at 10 years old). I have everything from a Canon 60D to a Kindle Fire. THANK YOU ALL SO VERY VERY VERY MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT! 10:00:03 a.m. on April 4, 2020
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How to Transfer Pictures From Your Digital Camera to Your Tablet

According to Staples.com, the most popular display size for a tablet is ten inches in size. Image courtesy of Comstock/Getty Images/Comstock/Getty Images According to Staples.com, more than 82 million Americans will be using a tablet computer by the end of 2015. Depending on the image resolution, a tablet with 64GB of storage capacity may save up to 20,000 photographs shot with an 8-megapixel camera. There are various techniques for transferring digital memories to your tablet, and each one is described here.

Digital Camera to Computer

The USB cable should be used to connect the digital camera to your computer. Keep an eye out for Windows 7 to recognize the camera as an external storage device and assign it a drive name before proceeding.

Step 2

Open the default Windows 7 file manager and the digital camera drive in order to begin working with the digital camera.

Step 3

Open the folder on the camera that contains the images that you want to see. According to the model of your digital camera, it may go by several various names, including Images, Pictures, and Photos.

Step 4

The “Ctrl” and “A” keys must be pressed at the same time in order to pick all of the images in the folder.

Step 5

To copy the images to the clipboard, press the “Ctrl” and “C” keys at the same time on your keyboard.

Step 6

To navigate to a specific folder on your hard drive, use the file browser. To paste the photos from the clipboard into the folder, open it and press the “Ctrl” and “V” keys at the same time to select them.

Step 7

Ensure that your digital camera is disconnected from your computer.

Computer to Tablet via USB

The USB cable should be used to connect the tablet to your computer. Microsoft Windows 7 will create a new drive for you to use.

Step 2

Launch the native Windows 7 file manager and navigate to the folder on your hard drive that contains the photographs you want to use.

Step 3

The “Ctrl” and “A” keys should be pressed at the same time to select all of the images, and the “Ctrl” and “C” keys should be pressed at the same time to copy the images to the clipboard.

Step 4

Open the pictures folder on the tablet by going to the disk Windows assigned to the device.

Step 5

Ctrl and V keys should be pressed together to copy and paste images from the clipboard into your document.

Step 6

Disconnect the tablet from the computer by pressing the button on the tablet.

Computer to a Tablet Using the SD Card

When removing a microSD card from a tablet, see the user manual for your individual model for detailed instructions on how to do so.

Step 2

Insert the SD card into the card reader and close the card reader. Continue to wait for Windows 7 to recognize the card as an external storage device and assign it a drive letter before proceeding.

Step 3

Navigate to the folder that holds the photographs on your hard drive by using the Windows 7 file manager.

Step 4

Then hit the “Ctrl” and “A” keys at the same time to select all of the images, and then the “Ctrl” and “C” keys at the same time to copy them all to the clipboard.

Step 5

Open the drive that Windows has allocated to your SD card and hold down the “Ctrl” and “V” keys at the same time to paste the images from the clipboard onto the selected drive.

Step 6

Take the SD card out of the card reader and set it aside.

Step 7

Place the SD card into the tablet’s slot.

  • USB cable, digital camera drivers, tablet drivers, and an SD card reader are all required.

Tip

After you’ve transferred the photos to your computer’s hard drive, you may sync them with a cloud-based service, like as Dropbox or Apple’s iCloud, to send them to your tablet computer.

Warning

High-resolution images can take up a lot of space, so make sure you have enough storage space on your tablet before starting the upload. You can free up extra space by deleting files that are no longer needed. Continue to hold off on deleting the images from your camera’s SD card until you are confident that the transfer to your tablet was successful.

The Fastest Way to Transfer Photos & Videos from Your DSLR to Your Android

Using a cable to connect your devices to each other is the fastest and most reliable method of transferring files between them. Now that the majority of Android smartphones include either a USB Type-C or a Micro-USB connection that supports USB OTG, phones are capable of immediately importing media files from a camera with the use of a simple (and inexpensive) adaptor. This convenient feature allows you to ditch your laptop in favor of a little plug that you can take with you wherever you go.

If it seems like something you’d be interested in doing, I’ll walk you through the process below.

If your phone did not arrive with one of these adapters in the box, however, there is no need to be concerned because you can get everything you need for less than $10 on Amazon.

Requirements

  • Android device with a USB Type-C port or USB OTG-compatible Micro-USB port
  • Digital camera with USB cable
  • USB-C to USB-A adapter or USB OTG cable for Micro-USB devices

Step 1: Plug Your Camera into Your Phone

First and foremost, make certain that your camera is turned on. After that, it makes no difference if your phone has a USB Type-C connector or a Micro-USB port, because the adapters will function in the same way. So connect your camera’s USB cord to your computer, and then connect the other end to your adaptor. From there, all you have to do is insert the smaller end of the adapter into the back of your smartphone.

Step 2: Access Photos

Almost immediately after connecting your camera to your phone, a dialog box will appear, providing you with a choice of applications with which to examine the camera’s storage space. It will scan and preview all of the photographs and videos stored in the camera’s storage immediately after you click on Camera Importer. The USB notice will appear if you scroll down from the top of your screen and tap on it to choose what you want to use the USB connection for. If the USB notification does not appear automatically, you may open it by tapping on it.

On the popup menu, pick “Transfer images,” then press the notification that reads “Select to import files.” Camera Importer should now open and scan and load all of the photographs that were located on your camera.

Step 3: Transfer Photos to Your Phone

As soon as your phone has done scanning the contents of your camera, you will be able to select whatever photographs and videos you want to save on your device. Certain camera models’ RAW picture files may not be recognized by some phones, but at the very least, all of the JPG photographs and video files stored on your camera should be detected by your phone. In our testing, we used phones running different versions of Android. Phones such as the Nexus 6P, Pixel, and Galaxy S7 Edge functioned flawlessly with all file kinds, however the Nexus 7, HTC One 8, and LG G3 only worked with JPG and video files when running their most recent software versions.

  • From here, all you have to do is touch on the photographs and videos to pick them, then hit the “Import” button in the upper-right corner of the screen once you’ve finished making your selection.
  • Most gallery and photo programs should instantly detect this folder, making it exceedingly simple to share the image.
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Can I transfer photos from my camera to my Samsung tablet? – ElectroAnswers

Using a cable to connect your devices to each other is the fastest and most reliable method of transferring files between them. Using a simple (and inexpensive) adaptor, phones may now import media files straight from a camera, thanks to the fact that most Android smartphones now feature either a USB Type-C connector or a Micro-USB port that enables USB On-the-Go (OTG).

How do I transfer photos to my Samsung tablet?

Simply enter the folder holding your images and click on the three-dot icon to pick Save to Device from the drop-down menu that appears. You can also transfer images from your Samsung phone to your tablet by selecting the downward arrows next to the photos folder and then selecting Export.

Can you backup your phone to your computer?

Step 1: Connect your Android device to your Windows PC or laptop using a USB cord to get started. When you open the file explorer in Windows, you will see that the files are now visible on the screen of your PC or laptop — Drag and drop the files or data that you want to back up onto your PC or laptop.

How do you backup iPhone data to PC without iTunes?

To back up your iPhone to your computer without using iTunes, follow these steps: Connect your iOS device to your computer and launch Finder on your PC’s desktop. Turn off your phone and put your confidence in the computer. Please see “Locations” for further information. To begin backing up your iPhone to your computer without the use of iTunes, click “Back Up Now.” Most common tablet hardware types allow you to import photographs from a camera or memory card; however, if your tablet does not include a USB connection or a slot for a Secure Digital memory card, you may need to purchase an additional equipment to do this.

For example, Samsung has a $20 USB Connection Kit for Galaxy Tab tablets that may be purchased directly from the company.

Can I connect my camera to my tablet?

DSLR Controller may be downloaded and installed on your Android device. Then, connect your phone to a USB OTG adapter to complete the process. I think it’s a great little item since it converts your phone into a USB host, which means you can connect it to a variety of devices. Connect a USB cord from your camera to the USB OTG adapter and you’re ready to go.

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Can I transfer photos from my camera to my Samsung tablet?

Most common tablet hardware types allow you to import photographs from a camera or memory card; however, if your tablet does not include a USB connection or a slot for a Secure Digital memory card, you may need to purchase an additional equipment to do this. For example, Samsung sells a $20 USB Connection Kit for use with their Galaxy Tab tablets released in 2013.

How do you sync your Android phone to your tablet?

After you’ve activated Bluetooth on your phone, switch to your tablet and go to ‘SettingsWireless and networksBluetooth’. Afterwards, navigate to ‘Bluetooth Settings’ and link your tablet with your phone. Once this is completed, select ‘Tethering’ from the drop-down menu next to the phone’s name by tapping the spanner icon.

Where are photos stored on Samsung tablet?

By default, all of your shot images and videos are kept on the internal memory of your mobile device. If you have a MicroSD card loaded in your device, you may free up space on your smartphone by transferring photos, movies, and other items to your MicroSD card.

Where are my Samsung photos stored?

The photos that are shot using Camera (the standard Android app) are kept on either a memory card or in the phone’s internal memory, depending on the phone’s settings. The DCIM/Camera folder is the default place for images, and it is always the same. If the photographs are stored in the phone’s internal memory, the entire path is as follows: /storage/emmc/DCIM.

How do I save photos to SD card on Samsung tablet?

How to Transfer Files from Internal Storage to an SD / Memory Card on the Samsung Galaxy Tab® S 10.5 Navigate to the Apps icon from the Home screen. Select a category from the Categories area (found on the left) by tapping it (e.g., Images, Audio, etc.). To access the menu, select it from the drop-down menu. Select the file(s) to be transferred by tapping Select and selecting them. Select the Move symbol from the toolbar.

Can you restore deleted photos on Android?

Recover images and videos Whether you accidentally erased anything and want it back, go in your trash to see if it’s still there. Touch and hold the photo or video you wish to restore until it is fully restored. Restore may be found at the bottom of the screen.

Connecting a Camera to a Tablet (Published 2014)

Q.Is it possible to link a digital camera straight to a tablet computer in order to transfer photos? You can import photographs from a camera or memory card into most popular tablet hardware types, but if your tablet does not include a USB connection or a slot for a Secure Digital memory card, you may need to purchase an additional adapter to make this happen. Some tablets, such as Microsoft’s Surface, are equipped with a USB connector, which may be used to transfer images from a connected camera.

  1. A third-party adapter that connects into the tablet’s primary connection jack and has a more camera-friendly connector on the other end may be able to help you in this situation.
  2. Apple provides its own line of photo-importing accessories that are compatible with both its full-size iPads and its iPad Mini models.
  3. Apple provides Lightning to USB Camera and Lightning to SD Card adapters for its newest iPads (including the iPad Air and iPad Mini), which have a smaller Lightning connector on the bottom edge of the tablet.
  4. Third-party adapters (such as one produced byiKrossthat is available fromAmazon) and software for importing images (such as theNexus Media Importer appfor Google’s Nexus smartphones) are also readily accessible, as is third-party software.
  5. Chrome Extensions and Apps are being removed.
  6. I downloaded a few of free browser add-ons from the Chrome Web shop and haven’t touched them since.
  7. The All Apps icon in the top-left corner of the Chrome window will allow you to begin deleting undesired Google Chrome Web Store apps from your browser.
  8. In the case of Mac users who do not have a right-click button, holding down the Control key while clicking will provide the same contextual menu.
  9. Select Tools from the drop-down menu, followed by Extensions.

If you wish to uninstall an extension permanently, select it and click the Trash button next to it. Remove an extension from your computer but leave the Enabled option selected to ensure that it remains installed but is no longer active.

How to Transfer Photos from Digital Camera to Android with OTG

You’re out in the fresh air, capturing breathtaking images with your DSLR camera. In addition, you may wish to transfer/import/copy photos from your camera to your Android phone or tablet so that you may share these beautiful images on social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Instagram, and so on. Additional Suggestions: Android Keyboard and Mouse Operation Using the OTG Interface How to Transfer Photos from an Android Device to a Computer If you have a computer with you, you may complete this task quickly and simply.

  • Connect the camera and computer directly using the cord that came with the camera.
  • Open the DCIM folder on your PC that contains the camera’s data.
  • Make a copy of the photographs and store them on your computer.
  • Directly transfer images from your PC to your Android phone or tablet.
  • Using an on-the-go (OTG) USB stick to transfer images from a camera to an Android phone is one of the newest and, in some cases, simplest methods of doing so.

How to Transfer Photos from DSLR to Phone without Computer?

The whole guide on how to copy camera photographs straight to your Android device via OTG is available here. Requirements: Micro USB OTG Cable (Universal Serial Bus) USB OTG stick (Universal Serial Bus) Photographic camera with a digital sensor Android-based smartphone or tablet Step 1: Connect Android to USB OTGTo begin, connect your Android phone directly to the USB OTG port on your computer. Then, using the USB cord that comes with your camera, connect your camera to the OTG port. When you connect your camera to your phone (make sure it’s turned on!

  1. Step 2: Download an app that allows you to transfer DSLR photos to your phone without using a computer.
  2. Then you may download and install the app on your Android phone.
  3. Please keep in mind that the program will transfer JPEG files from the camera.
  4. Step 3: Using USB OTG, transfer photos from your camera to your Android device.
  5. By default, you will be able to see the thumbnail.
  6. After you’ve chosen a few photographs, click on the menu button.
  7. You may now browse images on your Android device and post them on social media networks right now, without having to wait.

A USB OTG stick is more than just a means of transferring images from a digital camera such as the Canon 700D to an Android device such as a Samsung phone or tablet; it can also be used to transfer files between cellphones. Just give it a go!

Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

You may use the Galaxy tablet to take pictures by connecting a camera to it. Due to the fact that the tab has a dazzling display, it is an extremely useful feature since it allows images to be seen and saved properly. The use of a USB connection allows for this to be accomplished. This USB cable may be used to connect the tablet’s charging slot to a computer or other device. Once the tablet is connected, the user may access the gallery by selecting it from the tablet’s menu. The user may then choose which images to transmit to the device from this point on.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

It is possible to attach a camera to a Galaxy Tab by means of a USB cable or connector (not included). Installing the USB connector into the charging slot of the tab should be the first order of business. Then, once you’ve connected, go to the gallery. Then enter the pictures folder and pick the photographs you want to use. After that, you should transfer the photographs to your smartphone. Additionally, you may utilize the IMPORT option to transfer photos from your camera to your tablet memory.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

A USB device is used to connect the two things together. The device may be connected in the charging area where a pin is placed and then pick the gallery choice and then select the import photographs from tablet option. The process should take only a few seconds. Thank you, was it of assistance?

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Yes, you may connect a camera to your Galaxy Tab using a USB cord and examine the images captured by the camera. You may also import photographs taken with a digital camera.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Hi! The Galaxy Tab makes use of a microSD card. If your camera accepts SD cards, insert a microSD card into your camera with an SD card adaptor. Whenever you wish to transfer photos, you just remove the microSD card from your computer, insert it into the tablet, and copy the photos onto the internal memory. You may make use of the ASTRO file manager from Metago, which makes it simple to transfer large amounts of data. Aside from that, you may use any file manager you like.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

A USB device is used to connect the two things together. The device may be connected in the charging area where a pin is placed and then pick the gallery choice and then select the import photographs from tablet option. The process should take only a few seconds. Thanks

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Yes, you may connect a camera to your Galaxy Tab using a USB cord and examine the images captured by the camera. You may also import photographs taken with a digital camera. Thanks

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Greetings, valued customer. Yes, it is possible to connect your phone to a camera. Simply follow the on-screen instructions and the connectivity will be simple to use. 1. Connect your camera and phone together using a USB cord. 2. Successful connection after transferring photos from your camera to your mobile. I hope you understand what I’m trying to say or convey.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Greetings, dear buddy When connecting a camera to your Galaxy Tab, you may do it quickly and conveniently with the help of a USB cable. As soon as you have linked your camera to your computer using a USB cable, you will be able to import any of the photographs.

You will also be able to transfer any photo or photograph immediately to the device to which you are connected. I trust that the commands given below may be of assistance to you in resolving your problem. Thanks.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Yes, you may use a USB connector to connect your device to your tablet.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Hello there, dear Friend. To find out if it is feasible to connect a camera to your galaxy tab, you may connect a camera to your galaxy tab via a USB cable wire and examine the images that are captured. In addition, you may import photographs from your camera or using a card reader. I hope this will be of great assistance to you. Wishing you the best! Reply with a quotation

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Hello there, Friend. This is a possibility, to be sure. You may import photographs from your camera into your phone using the data cord that came with your phone. You are not utilizing a third-party application in this manner. Thank you for getting in touch.

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Yeah. USB DATA CABLE allows you to quickly and simply connect your camera to your tablet computer! Enjoy high-definition images on a crystal-clear screen! Additionally, you may import photographs. That’s all there is to it. Thank you very much!

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

In order to connect your camera to the tab, you will want an adapter. The market is flooded with two-port adapters that you may choose from. Connect the tab to one of the ports, then connect the other port to the camera. Select the device on the tab and click on sync, and the device is ready to be used. (See image below.)

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Dear Sir or Madam, The GALAXY TABLET may be connected to a camera with the use of a USB CONNECTOR. Once your camera has been connected to your GALAXY TAB through the USB port, you will be able to see all of the photographs and movies that have been stored in the camera on your GALAXY TABLET. There’s also the possibility of transferring data across computers. Regards!

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Yes, it is possible to connect a camera to a galaxy tablet. You will need to use a USB cable or a charger for this, and after it is connected, you will be able to select the option import to transfer images into your tablet. Thanks!

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

If you connect your Galaxy Tab through USB otg and camera, the files in the camera are instantly shown in the my files usb storage.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Yes, a camera may be linked to a tablet using a USB cable or connection with a gelp. After connecting, you must import photographs into the TAB in order to view them.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Greetings, friends. 1)You can use a USB CONNECTOR to connect a camera to your GALAXY TABLET and vice versa. 2)You will want an adapter in order to connect your camera to the tab. The market is flooded with two-port adapters that you may choose from. Connect the tab to one of the ports, then connect the other port to the camera. Select the device on the tab and click on sync, and the device is ready to be used. (See image below.) 3)After connecting, you’ll need to import photographs into TAB in order to view them.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

It is possible to attach a camera to my Galaxy Tab, without any difficulty.

If you want to attach a camera to my galaxy tab, you may do it by connecting the USB connector to the charging port on the tablet. After joining, you will be able to go to the Gallery. Select the desired images and transfer them to your computer.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

It is possible to attach a camera to my Galaxy Tab, without any difficulties. If you want to attach a camera to my galaxy tab, you may do it by connecting the USB connector to the charging port on the device. You may then go to the Gallery after joining. Select the desired images and transfer them to your computer.

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Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Hello there, my dear. You’ve posed a pretty interesting question. Numerous users have inquired about the possibility of connecting their camera photographs to their tablet computer. To their surprise, I can tell you that it is feasible without the need of any third-party software. If you are using a Micro SD Card in your camera and your tab also supports Micro SD Cards, you may simply swap both the Micro SD Card for a short period of time in order to duplicate all of the photos and then repair the problem as described previously.

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Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Thank you so much for your time and attention. You’ve posed an excellent question. Numerous users have inquired about the possibility of connecting their cam photographs to their tablet computers. To their surprise, I can tell you that it is feasible without the need of any third-party applications. Using a Micro SD Card in your camera and having a Micro SD Card reader in your tablet is simple. Simply swap one of the Micro SD cards for a short period of time in order to replicate all of your photos and then proceed to solve the problem as before.

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Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

Hello there, my friend. It is possible to connect a camera to the Galaxy Tab, and this is described in detail below. To connect the camera to the Galaxy Tab, you can use the “Galaxy Tab USB and SD card connection Kit.” The Kit may be used to connect the camera to the tab. You may use the Galaxy Tab to transfer images from your camera to your tablet. Thank you very much!

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

It is possible to connect a camera to your Galaxy Tab, which is a yes. Simply attach one end of the USB cable to the charging slot on the tab, and the other end to the camera’s USB port. Now, on your Tab, access the Gallery of the camera. Select the appropriate photos and copy them to your computer. It’s as simple as transferring them to your tablet’s SD card. Wishing you the best of luck.

Re: Is it possible to connect a camera to my galaxy tab?

A camera may be used in conjunction with your Galaxy Tab, and this can be done with ease. It’s as simple as plugging in a USB cable to the charging port on the tablet and connecting the other end to the camera.

Then, on your Tab, go to the Gallery of Cameras. Select and copy the photos that you want to use. It’s as simple as transferring them to your tab’s SD card. Congratulations and best wishes.

How to Import Pictures from Digital Camera to Android

I have a digital camera made by Cannon. It is not equipped with Bluetooth functionality. It comes with a standard SD (not micro) memory card as well as a tiny USB connection. If I’m going on a lengthy trip, I’d want to have my Galaxy Tab S tablet as well as my camera. In addition, I’d want to be able to upload photographs from my digital camera to my Android device so that I can view them on a bigger screen and distribute them to friends via Instagram. What is the best way to go about it? Is it necessary to use a particular USB connection?

  • It’s possible that some of us are familiar with the transit station-computer.
  • Step 1: Download and install the CR2-Thumbnailer app on your Android device.
  • Then you may download and install the app on your Android phone.
  • Furthermore, it has the ability to extract the jpeg pictures that are embedded inside the raw files.
  • Connect your Android mobile and the camera to the OTG ports in a sequential manner to complete the connection (A USB cable is also needed).
  • Step 3: Select the images to be exported.
  • Then, using the blue camera icon, navigate to the folder that contains all of the photographs.

You should be able to locate the thumbnail view on your phone at that point.

When you click on the menu button, a pop-up window will appear with many options.

This will allow the program to extract the jpeg and store the data to the phone’s storage device.

You may now see your images on the tablet computer.

And if you want to transfer photographs from one Android device to another, follow the instructions in: How to Transfer Data Between Android Devices through USB OTG (Android).

3 Ways to Transfer Photos from Samsung Phone to Tablet in 2021

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Part 1. How to Transfer Photos from Samsung Phone to Tablet with 1 Click

Samsung Data Transferis a sophisticated piece of software that allows you to transfer data between two Samsung devices. Transferring all of your images from your Samsung phone to your tablet, as well as from your Android phone to your Android tablet, can be accomplished with this sophisticated assistance. However, transmitting a large number of photographs in a short period of time is not the only function of this device. The most important characteristics of the Samsung Data Transfer (1) The ability to transfer files with a single click between Android devices, Android devices and iOS devices, iOS devices and Android devices and iOS devices and iOS devices and iOS devices.

  • (3) Support for more than 8000 Android smartphones from various manufacturers.
  • In addition, it supports iOS 5 through iOS 12 devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Step 1.
  • If your Samsung screen invites you to do so, please enable USB debugging.
  • Please arrange the source Samsung Galaxy on the left and the tablet on the right as shown in the illustration.
  • Step 3.Select Photos from the file list by clicking on it.
  • Step 4.Press the Start Copy button to begin the data transfer process.

If you want further information, you can consult the following articles: What is the best way to transfer files across Samsung phones? In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to transfer photos between your Samsung phone and your computer.

Part 2. How to Move Photos from Samsung Phone to Tablet with Dropbox

Dropbox is a popular program with a cloud service that can be used to move photos from one device to another. It is free to download and use. When you want to transfer images from a Samsung phone to a tablet, you must first download the app on both devices and then transfer files using the same account over Wi-Fi. Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Dropbox may be downloaded to both your Samsung phone and tablet. Launch the application on your Samsung phone and log into your account. If you don’t already have an account, you’ll need to create one. To upload images from your Samsung Galaxy, click on the +icon and pick them from your device. You may also choose which photo folder you want to upload. To begin uploading data, selectUpload and wait for the data to move
  2. To add Samsung images to your tablet, sign into the same account that you used to upload them. Using the More button (the three-dot button) on the folder that includes your desired images, select the option “Save to device” to transfer photos from a Samsung phone to a tablet computer.

Notification:Dropbox is not only capable of transferring images, but it is also capable of transferring other Android files. You can find out more about it, as well as about other Android apps for file transfer, by visiting this page.

Part 3. How to Sync Photos from Samsung Phone to Samsung Tablet with SideSync

When it comes to data transfer between a Samsung phone and another phone, Samsung produced the Smart Switch Mobile app. It also released a specific tool – SideSync for Galaxy devices – that allows users to transfer files between their smartphone and their tablet device. As a result, you may use it to sync images between your Samsung phone and your Samsung tablet. Supported devices: All Samsung Galaxy phones starting with the Galaxy S3 and later, running Android 4.4 or above. All of the Galaxy tablets running Android 5.0 and above are included.

  1. On these smartphones, you may use Samsung Flow as an alternative to Google Flow.
  2. The following are the primary features:(1) Complete control over your Galaxy from your computer or tablet.
  3. (3) Transfer files between a Galaxy phone and a PC or a tablet computer.
  4. SideSync allows you to sync images from your Samsung phone to your tablet:
  1. SideSync may be downloaded to both your Samsung phone and Galaxy tablet. Ensure that both of your devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network and that both devices are running the software. In order to connect your devices through SideSync, follow the on-screen directions
  2. Alternatively, if your phone screen does not display on your tablet, press the Phone screen button on your tablet. Please navigate to the AppsGallery on the phone’s screen display and choose the photographs you wish to duplicate. Drag the photographs you wish to use to the tablet computer.

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Both your Samsung phone and Galaxy tablet may be used to download SideSync. Connection to the same Wi-Fi network for both of your devices, as well as running the software on both of them In order to connect your devices through SideSync, simply follow the on-screen instructions; It is necessary to click on the Phone screen button on your tablet if your phone screen does not display. Please select the photos you wish to copy from the AppsGallery on the phone’s screen view. Drag the photographs you wish to use to the tablet’s storage.

Transfer dSLR photos to your phone without a computer

Taylor Martin is a contributor to CNET. According to most individuals, the hardly visible difference in photo quality between smartphones and point-and-shoot cameras has rendered the use of a specialized camera unnecessary. However, for professional photographers or those who want that additional bit of quality, whether it’s in the form of depth of field or low-light photography, a dedicated shooter is the best option. When utilizing a dedicated camera, on the other hand, you run into the problem of how to get those high-quality photographs off the camera and into your phone.

Wireless

Most contemporary cameras include wireless transmission capabilities, which are commonly accomplished through the use of a local Wi-Fi network. When this feature is activated, the camera will broadcast a wireless network. You may use your phone and the companion application to connect to that network, and you will be able to operate or modify the settings on the camera from a distance, as well as download any photographs or movies you have taken directly to your phone from the camera.

This capability is provided by the Panasonic Lumix GH4, which is compatible with both Android and iOS devices. Any GoPro with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connectivity will have the same capabilities, and many digital SLRs and point-and-shoot cameras are also capable of this.

Wireless SD cards

Having said that, not all digital cameras are equipped with wireless transmission capabilities. It is because of these cameras that firms such as Eyefi, which manufactures SD cards with Wi-Fi capabilities, are able to thrive. An Eyefi SD card, in effect, allows for wireless photo uploads on any camera that utilizes an SD card as its primary storage medium. However, as unique as they are, there are certain disadvantages to using them. For starters, they are significantly more expensive than equal capacity SD cards that do not have Wi-Fi.

Apart from that, Wi-Fi cards are known to cause a substantial amount of battery drain on your camera, with the greatest capacity currently available being just 32GB.

When wireless isn’t an option

An electrically connected adapter will almost always be the most dependable method of connecting two devices, no matter how archaic it may appear. You won’t have to worry about the dependability of the connection, and the read and write speeds are often significantly faster, which means they will have less of an impact on the battery life of your phone.

Android

In order to use an Android smartphone, you’ll need a USB On the Go (OTG) converter, which can be acquired for a reasonable price online. USB Type-C or Micro-USB to USB adapters are the most common types of OTG adapters. You’ll also need a USB cable for your camera or an SD to USB converter to complete the setup. Taylor Martin is a contributor to CNET. To transfer photographs from your camera to your Android mobile, follow these steps:

  • Ensure that the cable is connected to the Android smartphone. Attach either the camera or the SD card adapter to the adapter
  • Then turn the adapter on. When you pull down the notification shade on your Android device, you may touch on the notice that saysTouch for more options (exact wording may vary, depending on the phone). Select Photo transfer (PTP) from the pop-up window that appears. TapExplore after bringing down the notification shade one more time.

If everything is working well, you should be able to see and transfer all photographs stored on the SD card to the local storage on the Android smartphone.

iPhone

The method of transferring images from a camera to an iPhone or iPad is relatively identical, with the exception that you will require a different adaptor. If you’re using the camera to connect directly to the camera, you can save some money by purchasing the old Lightning to USB Camera Adapter from Apple for $29, £25, or AU$45, which is still in stock. To use it, connect it to the Lightning port on your iOS smartphone, turn the camera into USB mode, and then connect the camera to the Lightning to USB converter using the data cable that came with the camera (usually a USB to Mini-USB or Micro-USB).

From there, you may import and delete the contents of the camera’s memory card.

Alternatively, you may use an SD card reader to immediately transfer the photographs and movies from the SD card onto your computer.

To do so, though, you’ll need the old Lightning to USB Camera Adapter as well as a powered USB hub, or the newer Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter, which costs $39, £29, or AU$59 and is available through Apple and other retailers. To import images from an SD card reader, follow these steps:

  • To begin, connect the iPhone or iPad to the computer using the Lightning to USB or Lightning to USB 3 adaptor.
  • In the event that you’re utilizing the Lightning to USB converter, connect it to a powered USB hub and plug it into a power source. The Lightning to USB 3 converter must be connected to a power source through its Lightning connector if you are utilizing this connection.

Unlock the iOS device and connect the SD card adapter to the Lightning to USB 3 converter or powered USB hub, as shown in the following steps: A few seconds later, the Photos application will launch and display the content stored on the SD card. After that, you may import or remove photographs. No matter which technique you use, after you’ve imported the photographs from the camera into iOS, you may select whether to delete the photos you’ve imported from the camera to free up space or retain them on your device.

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