Solved I also have an old phone I want to get pix from

May 3, 2017 at 09:07:53
Specs: several
Similar to another current thread, but my very basic phone is
not designed to transfer data via the USB charging port.

Some photos are on a Kyocera S2100 cell phone. Since the
phone no longer has service, and the USB connector is only
for charging, I hope they can be transferred via Bluetooth.

I have successfully paired the phone with my Android 4.4.2
tablet computer. Each device indicates it is connected to the
other. On the phone I can go to Menu > Tools + Settings >
Settings > Bluetooth > My Devices, and the tablet is listed.
I highlight the tablet and hit the button for "Options", and a
list of 4 options shows which includes "Services". I select
that, the phone takes a second to communicate, and reports
the Available Services, which in this case is just one service,
"Object Push".

That sounds like something could be pushed from the tablet
to the phone, rather than what I want, either pushed from the
phone to the tablet or pulled from the phone to the tablet.

I don't see any way to do that.

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis

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May 3, 2017 at 09:23:57
Jeff, according to the specs, found here:

The Power Jack for the AC adapter is also a Micro USB port.
If you have the USB cable you should be able to simply connect
it up and have access to the internals.


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May 3, 2017 at 13:58:26
You asked the same question over 2 years ago.

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May 3, 2017 at 13:58:49
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@Jeff Root

Yes, It Is For Charging The Battery Via USB.
Your Kyocera S2100 cell phone Supports OPP (Profile/Protocol).
OPP : Object Push Profile
In Other Side, You Need A Device (PC/Tablet/Laptop,...) That Supports "OBEX File Transfer", "OBEX File Transfer Service" For Windows, Android, ...).

Google "Android OBEX File Service" And "OPP", Also.

Good Luck.

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