1. chacha7602's Avatar
    I have an Eye-Fi card in my camera that I use to transfer photos from my camera to my phone when traveling. Now that I'm home, I would like to transfer these photos to my desktop computer. Help!
    10-12-2017 09:44 AM
  2. ads13's Avatar
    I have an Eye-Fi card in my camera that I use to transfer photos from my camera to my phone when traveling. Now that I'm home, I would like to transfer these photos to my desktop computer. Help!
    Easy way: If you have already transferred to your android phone, then its easy to transfer to your PC via USB-Cable.
    OR
    Mention your Eye-Fi card brand. Maybe someone can help you to find out the compatible PC drivers for your PC.

    Alternate way: Maybe this video help you out! :
    10-12-2017 12:44 PM

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