Or, download pics to Pc/Mac. Go into iTunes, and under the device, it should give you the option to Sync the pictures from your PC/Mac to yur iPhone.
Importing photos from the Droid X to iPhoto on the Mac went well. All 79 photos went into a droid photo folder. I then went into iTunes, and added Photos, From iPhoto, and selected the droid photo folder.
THe problem is that iTunes says the folder has 8 pictures and that is was goes on the iPhone. The folder as 79. I added 5 more, and resynced. iTunes still says it has 8 in the folder and that is what the iPhone gets. I cannot see why iPhoto has 84 now and iTunes says its 8.
Any ideas out there?
Copy the photos you want on the phone to a folder on your computer.
Then connect your iPhone, click on it in the iTunes left panel, then click on the Photo tab in the right panel.
Select the folder you have chosen for photos and sync the phone.
All of the photos in that folder wil be copied to the Photo app (not the Camera Roll) on the iPhone.
You can create "albums" by creating subfolders on your PC. Each subfolder will be a separate album on the iPhone in the Photo app after syncing.