I recently got a virus on my Windows 7 PC which basically wiped off nearly all my pictures, but I've now found out that when I last synced my iPad, they were all synced onto it, so I have all my pictures on the iPad now (in Folders from 'My Pictures' before the virus). Wondering how I could copy these pictures back onto my PC?
If you have similar problems, you've got the right place. Basically, when we want to transfer photos and videos from iPad to PC, we will connect the iPad to the PC via USB cable and then copy the files manually. However, when you have your iPad connected with your PC, you will find the photos and videos are mixed up and there are numerous folders with unmeaningful names. It is never easy to find the photos and videos you really need. Besides, you cannot find the photos and videos previously synced to your device in the iPad folder. So is there an easier way to get iPad photos and videos to Windows PC?
The iPad app Wireless Transfer App offers a more efficient way to sync photos and videos from iPad to Windows PC. It is clever in that it takes full advantage of Wi-Fi network to sync files between iPad and computer. So long as your computer and your iPad are connected to the same Wi-Fi network, photos and videos can be downloaded between them wirelessly and instantly.
In this guide, I will demonstrate how to sync photos and videos from iPad to Windows PC using Wireless Transfer App so that your photos and videos will be wirelessly moved from iPad to PC for backup, restore, editing in Windows Movie Maker or even burning in Windows DVD Maker.