Extract and Zip Files in Mobile Phone Device

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Hi techyv,

How to extract zipped mobile files? I got so many files from my mobile phone such as picture, data and more. My current operating system is Windows Xp and I want to get some idea on what is the proper way of extracting mobile files.

Hoping for your help. Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #186246

Extract and Zip Files in Mobile Phone Device

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Hi Ericson,

There is a very simple way to extract zipped and all files from your mobile phone to your PC. You need to say which mobile phone your are using. All right,no problem.Please follow the below steps.
1.Switch on your computer and let it be completed opened up.
2.Switch on your mobile phone and let it be completed opened up.
3.Bring you mobile data cable and connect one end to your mobile phone and other end to the USB port of your computer.
4.Now see your mobile phone and go to the settings of your mobile phone.Find over there connectivity option.Under connectivity you will find data transfer option.Just click on data transfer option in your mobile phone and wait all the data will be transferred to your PC.(Note:Data transfer option process varies from mobile to mobile.What you need to do search in your mobile phone settings option how to transfer data.)
Now you can open all the files in your computer.
Answered By 0 points N/A #186249

Extract and Zip Files in Mobile Phone Device

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Hi dear,

Thanks that you  have shared your problem with us.

Dear it is very easy to extract any zipped files from pc or from your phone.

Simply connect your phone with the pc and copy desired files to your pc.

Then right click on the zip folder and press extract files.

It will open a dialog box choose desired destination to save files from zipped format.

It will extract all your files. 

If you have installed WinRAR software on your computer then simply right click on zip folder and click extract here. Your files will be extracted on the same location of source file.

 

Thanks

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