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Old May 5th, 2010, 12:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Without taking out the card?
just connect your phone to the computer.

Select hard drive mode on your phone when it prompts you.

Then the sd card and the internal memory is avail to you.
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Without taking out the SD card?
You should just be able to connect the phone through USB. Then find the sdcard folder with your pics and just drag and drop.
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Look into DropBox if you want a nice totally wireless solution. They just released the android client. It'll allow you to transfer files between the phone and laptop. Its very slick. They offer 2GBs of online storage for free.
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Any help for Mac's?? ...do i need to download an Apple driver from somewhere?
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Any help for Mac's?? ...do i need to download an Apple driver from somewhere?
I used the bluetooth to connect to my Mac. (For pix at least) just set up the connection between the two and then on phone long click the pic and select "Share" then bluetooth and select your Mac.
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I used the bluetooth to connect to my Mac. (For pix at least) just set up the connection between the two and then on phone long click the pic and select "Share" then bluetooth and select your Mac.
Thanks! ...I just figured out what I was doing wrong, haha!! When you plug the phone in and you select Disk Drive you have to click the Done icon at the bottom of the screen. Once you do that, it works on a Mac like a normal external hard drive.
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I agree with the Mac Bluetooth Post, exchanging photos, PDF, and Word Doc's is easy, painless, and FAST.
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