Unlike before, transferring images from the iPhone to Windows 10 was now easy. With various photo management software, Apple Mobile Device Service and much more. Recently, some iPhone users have complained about the difficulty of importing photos from the iPhone to their Windows 10 PC.
Users may not be able to view iPhone photos when transferring images from the iPhone to the computer, or may have difficulty transferring images using applications such as Bluetooth, iCloud and iTunes. In this case, it is important to understand the cause of problems caused by a damaged driver or that require adjustment of settings. If you have encountered similar problems, we will discuss possible solutions to this problem.
Photos cannot be imported from iPhone to Windows 10
Before continuing, it is advisable to update your iPhone and iTunes. Also check if you have updated your Windows system to the latest version. If the problem persists, check the following solutions. This should help you correct the error.
1] Restarting the Apple Mobile Device Service (AMDS)Only admnistrator owned posts can execute the include me shortcode
Apple Mobile Device Service is the process that is highlighted with other processes in the background when you install Apple iTunes in Windows 10. This process helps iTunes detect the iPhone device connected to your Windows system. If your system does not recognize the iOS device, you must restart the Apple Mobile Device Service (AMDS).
The following instructions will help you restart AMDS.
Go to the Run window by clicking Windows + R key.
Type services.msc in the Run window and click OK to open the Service Manager.
Locate the Apple Mobile Device Service (AMDS) in the page list menu.
Right-click AMDS and click Properties in the drop-down menu.
In the Properties window, select Startup Type and select Automatic from the drop-down menu.
Under Service Status, click the Stop button, then click OK.
When the service is complete, right-click Apple Mobile Device Service again and click Start from the drop-down menu.
Restart the computer.
Now open your iTunes and connect your iPhone to import images.
2] Import photos from phone player to Windows player
Connect your iPhone to PC. This displays a notification to the Trust option.
Click the Trust option to continue and close the learning window.
Open the File Explorer by pressing Windows + E to display the phone as a drive.
Copy images from the camera to your system.
3] Change the’Image Permissions’ folder
If you have restarted AMDS and the problem persists, you may need to check the permissions for the image directory on your Windows system.
Go to This PC and right-click the Images folder.
Click Properties from the drop-down menu.
Go to the Security tab and click Edit.
Search and click on your account name in the list of user names.
Check Full Control under Allow.
Click Apply and OK.
(4) Connect your iPhone to another USB port
Although USB 3.0 ports are efficient and faster than USB 2.0 ports, iPhone users have had a problem connecting the device to the USB 3.0 port. If you are unable to transfer images from USB3.0 ports, try USB 2.0 to see if connecting to other ports will solve your problem.
5] Use cloud services like iCloud and enable photo streaming on your iPhone
If you are having trouble importing photos to Windows 10, try accessing images and videos from iPhone devices using cloud services like iCloud.
Download and install the iCloud on your Windows system.
Go to iCloud for photos showing available directories.
Click on the folders to access the images and transfer the desired images to the PC
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