How to Import iPhone Photos in Windows 10

When you using Windows 10 and you have got an iPhone you may be wondering how can I manage the camera roll of my phone. Luckily you don’t need any Apple’s Photo image management application for accessing your images on your phone in-fact all you need to do is to set the things up.You can also learn How to Sync your Settings in Windows 10.

You can sync your phots from your iPhone to Windows 10 by following these simple steps.

  • 1st of all you need to click on Start button.
  • Now in the search prompt you need to type Phone companion.
  • Now select Phone Companion from the top of the Start menu.
  • Now click on iPhone or iPad.
  • Now is the time to enter the information about the Microsoft account and then click Sign In.
  • Now click Sign in to just this app instead in order t proceed if you don’t want to sign into your PC with your Microsoft account or you can fill in your PC’s sign in password and then click Next.
  • Now select the Get Started button underneath Get photos you take with your iPhone or iPad onto your PC, automatically.
  • Now in the next step you need to conform your identity by tapping Yes, This is Me!
  • Now enter your Email address and click Send. Microsoft will send a link to OneDrive in the iOS app store.
  • Now select Get next to OneDrive on your iPhone.
  • Now tap Install.
  • In the next step you need to click on Next.
  • Now enter your Microsoft account name and click Go.
  • Now enter your Microsoft account password.
  • In the next step you have the choice to tap either OK or No, Thanks if you agree or disagree to have OneDrive notifications respectively.
  • Now tap the User icon in the upper left corner.
  • Now select the Gear icon.
  • In the next step tap Camera Upload.
  • Now move the switch next to the Camera Upload to the ON position and then select OK.
  • Now in the next step you need to select either Don’t Allow or OK when OneDrive asks you about sending your notification.
  • Now you need to turn the switch next to Upload in Background to the ON position.
  • Now in the next step tap Turn ON in the bottom right corner for agreeing to Location Tracking for OneDrive.
  • Now tap Allow to give Location permission to OneDrive.
  • Now back on your PC check the check-box which is next to I’m signed in to the OneDrive app on my iPhone or iPad and then select Next.
  • Now check the box next to I turned on Camera Upload in the OneDrive app on my iPhone or iPad.
  • After this select Done.
  • Now tap on the Start button for opening the Start menu.
  • Now type Photos and the select Photos.
  • Now tap te Gear icon and then toggle ON the switch located next to Show my cloud only content.

With this OneDrive will import all of your photos on your iPhone to the servers and Photos app.