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Bursts let you catch the most exciting moments in front of you without regret, which can help you choose the most favorite one. With AnyTrans, you can transfer bursts from iOS device to computer & between iOS devices directly. Please refer to the following guide to make good use of AnyTrans.
By default, AnyTrans will detect your iOS device automatically. If you don't connect your iOS device to computer or your iOS device isn't recognized, you will see "Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod to start" on the interface.
Once your iOS device is recognized, the interface below will display.
If AnyTrans fails to recognize your iOS device, you may try these troubleshooting steps to solve this problem.
Once you unfold the Photos option, you will see the Bursts option. After the loading process is completed, it will display the number of bursts folders on the upper right of the Bursts icon. If it shows empty in the Bursts icon, it indicates that there is no bursts photo in device.
For better management of your Bursts photos, you can change the preview mode by clicking . Except for transferring photos to computer, you can also transfer photos between iOS devices by clicking button. If AnyTrans does not load your Bursts photos correctly, please refresh the page by clicking button.
If you want to selectively choose your desired burst photos, you can constantly press the Shift key (for Mac) or Ctrl key (for Windows) on the keyboard to make it.
Once the transferring process is completed, you will see Transferring Completed Page. To locate photos exported on computer, please click "view files". To go back to the previous page, please click "transfer more items".