[CentOS] how do I download pictures from a dumb phone?

Sat Nov 28 00:04:42 UTC 2015
Jerry McAllister <jerrymc at msu.edu>

On Fri, Nov 27, 2015 at 05:40:50PM -0600, Michael Hennebry wrote:

If I understand what you are asking, just:
 - make a 'contact' on the phone that is the Email address of an account
   on some machine you want to send the picture to, or any host that 
   can receive Email with attachments..
 - Use the phone to forward the photo to that contact.
 - That works on mine.  I seem to have to make a contact and use that.
   It doesn't let me to just enter the Email address when I forward the photo.


> How do I download pictures from a dumb phone?
> I have a Samsung phone I bought at a Walmart.
> According the the front, it worships Verizon.
> Beyond that, I'm not at all sure what kind.
> If I use a real USB connector to connect it to my PC,
> CentOS sees it as a character special device.
> What, if anything, I can do with that device, I do not know.
> I've not found any settings related to USB.
> In case it helps, from menu->settings->phone info:
> S/W V. U365.GG01
> H/W V. U365.04
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