Originally Posted by david007
I have same problem i can't connect my samsung gio to pc to transfer music to it! when i connect the phone to windows xp it cant find the drivers to recognize it! could you guys tell me how to fix this problem?
By the way is there any offical tutorial in how to upgrade to Gingerbread?
Hi! I don't have that problem with Windows 7, it recognizes it as a mass storage device, so I can easily transfer files. But for now, to transfer music files, I suggest using Winamp (latest version, still in beta) which has wireless syncing. You can also use something like SwiFTP, to wirelessly access the phone's content. Detailed instructions here: Map Android Phone In Windows 7 To Access Root Files Over WiFi
Originally Posted by keithnmikkii
I have the same issue, tried it on 5 different computers now, including Best Buy's Tech computer with no luck. 3 Different OS.
i have been on the line with customer service for hours about just this issue, they seem bumbfounded!!! Being in the US, and the Gio isn't released here for some months, they wont help me what so ever. I am contemplating whether to send it back to my relatives in Hong Kong so they can take it to the store to see if there is a problem or not?
Where are you located? I am trying to work out whether the phones and the OS's have some sort of regional differences.
According to this post from Engadget: Samsung Galaxy Ace, Galaxy Fit, Galaxy Gio and Galaxy mini fill out our Android universe -- Engadget
it's unlikely that Samsung would ever release this phone in the US. We better wait for the official Gingerbread update for Gio. I'm really surprised, I read many reviews of Gio online before purchasing this phone and they were generally very positive, but these obvious issues were never addressed in the reviews I read!