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Transfer photos from iPad to PC without iTunes

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I've got an old iPad (1) which has some images on it which I want to transfer to PC. iTunes is oddly asking me to restore the iPad before I can do anything. This means the images may well be deleted … Read More
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8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
I've got an old iPad (1) which has some images on it which I want to transfer to PC. iTunes is oddly asking me to restore the iPad before I can do anything. This means the images may well be deleted in the process. What can I use as an alternative to iTunes to move the images to PC?
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8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
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#1
one drive app and then backup all your pictures onto that and download them in to your pc.
#2
I use a Kingston wireless Mobilite - so easy and so many other uses.
However, you have posted in the wrong area as this forum is for bargains that you have seen.
#3
Not used it for years but http://www.copytrans.net/
#4
Usually on Windows you can just plug it in and then in Windows Explorer just drag and drop the files on to the computer.
#5
pothole
Usually on Windows you can just plug it in and then in Windows Explorer just drag and drop the files on to the computer.

It only shows 4 misc screenshots.

I'm going to try an old prog called ifunbox, it might still work.
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mudddy
pothole
Usually on Windows you can just plug it in and then in Windows Explorer just drag and drop the files on to the computer.
It only shows 4 misc screenshots.
I'm going to try an old prog called ifunbox, it might still work.

I was going to suggest that you use either ifunbox or Syncios
#7
one drive is quite likely similar to the options i was going to suggest
dropbox and iCloud
if you have many GBs worth, you may want to split it between the various services
or you could email them to a gmail account. huge amount of storage there

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