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Old July 29th, 2012, 11:01 AM   #51 (permalink)
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Media sync will allow you access to both your internal and external sd card. disk drive just mounts one of them

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Default How to get pictures of HTC Evo 3D?

How can I get pictures of HTC Evo 3D and other stuff? I have HTC Sync and HTC Sync Manager but neither one of them could find the HTC Evo 3D even though its connected to the computer. The HTC Evo connected warning or thing doesn't come up like my iphone. So could the cable be bad? I mean its charging with the usb cable but the HTC sync can't find the phone.
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Set it as disk drive and the pictures should be located in DCIM. Then you can transfer to the computer, and then onto the EVO 4G LTE.


You could also just put the 3D's SD card in the LTEVO
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Set it as disk drive and the pictures should be located in DCIM. Then you can transfer to the computer, and then onto the EVO 4G LTE.


You could also just put the 3D's SD card in the LTEVO
I don't get what you mean.
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How the hell do you take the pictures you took on your htc evo lte and put them onto your computer?
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How the hell do you take the pictures you took on your htc evo lte and put them onto your computer?
  1. Google Drive - Upload the pictures to your google drive account. Note: You can use any cloud storage.
  2. Attach as a disk drive - plug the usb cable into the device. From the pulldown (notification bar), click the usb symbol. Then chose "Disk drive". Then on your Desktop select that drive.

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Also you can install Dropbox on both your phone and your computer and turn on Auto Photo upload. When you are on Wifi it will upload all your photos to Dropbox and then sync them to your PC/Mac.
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Media sync while plugged in if your photos are on phone storage
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I've been using a program that lets me sync my iTunes library with my Evo (original 4G, but soon to be LTE) but I'm wondering if I can just drag and drop the music files while my phone is connected as a hard drive.

If so:

1. Do any of the little iTunes files that are in these music folders affect anything?

2. If I want to update the music, say with a new album or two, do I have to manually add just those new albums, or can I drag the whole folder again and my phone will automatically only add the new/changed files? Or will it overwrite everything all over again?

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Edit: I realize that #1 is not relevant, because while the "iTunes" folder has iTunes specific files in it, if you go one deeper into the "Media" folder, that contains only mp3s. But I'm still curious about #2.
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With normal music files yes you can do that, but with itunes music probably not.
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With normal music files yes you can do that, but with itunes music probably not.
What exactly is "itunes music"? I use itunes as a music organizer, but the music files are just regular mp3s, as far as I know.
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You can use the sd card like a normal hard drive, just with not as much space.
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With normal music files yes you can do that, but with itunes music probably not.
What exactly is "itunes music"? I use itunes as a music organizer, but the music files are just regular mp3s, as far as I know.
ITunes uses a .m4a extension, last I checked. Could be different now for all I know, I haven't updated my iPod touch in a long while.

I assume these newer phones will play m4a's but I'm not 100% on that. I'll have to check.
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ITunes uses a .m4a extension, last I checked. Could be different now for all I know, I haven't updated my iPod touch in a long while.

I assume these newer phones will play m4a's but I'm not 100% on that. I'll have to check.
iTunes can create and play many formats in many file container types, so there's no wrong answer here.

In Android, there's an app for just about anything. Meridian player will play Apple lossless files, for example.
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iTunes can create and play many formats in many file container types, so there's no wrong answer here.

In Android, there's an app for just about anything. Meridian player will play Apple lossless files, for example.
Awesome, I haven't messed with iTunes music file in a long while. Last time I did all files were converted to m4a's when imported to the library.

I remember having to use a program called switch a few years back to convert the m4a's over to MP3 format. It really screwed the song tags up badly. My library from that time frame is a hot mess.
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That's the kicker - the AAC codec is better but the container files don't deal with tags the way we want.

For that, an mp3 file is best. It's been a while but my memory is that you can set up iTunes to make that the default import format. Hopefully that hasn't changed.
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That's the kicker - the AAC codec is better but the container files don't deal with tags the way we want.

For that, an mp3 file is best. It's been a while but my memory is that you can set up iTunes to make that the default import format. Hopefully that hasn't changed.
This I did not know, I'll have to mess around and see. The iPod is in serious need of updating. Thanks EM
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I've been using a program that lets me sync my iTunes library with my Evo (original 4G, but soon to be LTE) but I'm wondering if I can just drag and drop the music files while my phone is connected as a hard drive.

If so:

1. Do any of the little iTunes files that are in these music folders affect anything?

2. If I want to update the music, say with a new album or two, do I have to manually add just those new albums, or can I drag the whole folder again and my phone will automatically only add the new/changed files? Or will it overwrite everything all over again?

Thanks.

Edit: I realize that #1 is not relevant, because while the "iTunes" folder has iTunes specific files in it, if you go one deeper into the "Media" folder, that contains only mp3s. But I'm still curious about #2.
I wonder if we answered all of the questions.

Leave the library and xml files behind, and drag album folders, or the whole folder. (they won't hurt anything to drag the extra over but will take up space)

When you do, you'll get the option to replace or skip duplicates.
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I wonder if we answered all of the questions.

Leave the library and xml files behind, and drag album folders, or the whole folder. (they won't hurt anything to drag the extra over but will take up space)

When you do, you'll get the option to replace or skip duplicates.
Yes thank you. As long as it will give me the option to skip duplicates instead of replace everything, that's what I needed
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Default Is there a way to access the entire SD card when connecting to the PC?

I just connected my Evo to my PC (disk drive mode) and I noticed that it doesn't show the top-level contents of my SD card, but rather only the contents of a folder called ext_sd.

Even though I erased my SD card when I first installed it, there are now several empty folders at the top-level, such as Music, Movies, Download, etc. (I assume they get added automatically by the OS.)

At any rate, I'm wondering if it's possible to move all of my music library into this top-level Music folder, or perhaps it doesn't necessarily need to be there anyway?

All I was able to do was create another Music folder within the ext_sd folder, and I moved a few test albums into this folder. I then turned off disk drive mode and went into Google Music, but oddly it only found one of the two albums I put on the SD card...the other one wasn't listed. I have no idea why it did that.

So:

1. Why did it detect one album but not the other, when they were right there together in the same place?

2. Can I (and do I need to) access the top-level of the SD card, or is putting the music in the ext_sd folder just as good?

Thanks.

P.S. I remember on my original Evo, whenever I downloaded something, it went into the top-level Download folder. Now, on my Evo LTE, downloads go into the ext_sd/Download folder. Why the difference?
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ext_sd is your actual micro sd card. just putting something into the sd card directory is your 10gb you get on your phones memory after os installs. lol confusing a little
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ext_sd is your actual micro sd card. just putting something into the sd card directory is your 10gb you get on your phones memory after os installs. lol confusing a little
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Is emailing files to myself the only option to transfer them from EVO LTE to my computer?
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Try Google Drive.
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not sure what "them" is referring to, but if you have files on your phone, there are many ways to transfer them to the computer.

dropbox
wifi file explorer
google drive
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good ol' hook up to computer thru usb
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“Them” refers to picture files. Sorry.
I tried to connect EVO LTE to my computer, but it appears that EVO LTE is not recognized by windows as a USB drive,
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“Them” refers to picture files. Sorry.
I tried to connect EVO LTE to my computer, but it appears that EVO LTE is not recognized by windows as a USB drive,
It only recognizes your external sd card as a USB drive, but pictures go by default to the internal sd card area. That you can get to with Media Share on newer Windows via the cable.

What os is your pc running?
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I have taken many photos with my HTC EVO 4G LTE. When I plug it on to a USB port on my computer, it brings up the option to use as a disk driver, which I select. The files that pop up are DCIM, however, only the pictures up to June of 2012 are found. Anything after that are not there, even though they are there on my actual phone.

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could they be on the internal storage of the phone? you have phone,internal and SD card storage.

do you have a file explorer app on the phone that will let you search folders?

and just so im clear, you can see/view the other photos just fine FROM your phone?


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I have taken many photos with my HTC EVO 4G LTE. When I plug it on to a USB port on my computer, it brings up the option to use as a disk driver, which I select. The files that pop up are DCIM, however, only the pictures up to June of 2012 are found. Anything after that are not there, even though they are there on my actual phone.

Any ideas?
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Default UMS Disabled after JB update, I want it back!

It seems that with the JB update, UMS has been disabled when trying to attach the phone to an external device like my stereo, before the update all I had to do was plug the USB cable in and I could play music stored on my SD card. Now all I get is a message on the external device saying "USB Unabaliable". I can still see the SD card through a Windows 7 machine as long as I change the connection type to "Disk Drive", but that only works when attaching to the PC, (which has the latest HTC drivers installed".

So is there a way to re-enable UMS for portablility to connect to the car stereo? By default, HTC MTP is the only protocol available...

This was not a problem with ICS.

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Hello mgfranz! Welcome to the forums

Although I am not familiar with your device, iirc, with JB, the UMS has been done away with. I know, it sucks. Same with my SGS3.
There are ways around it but require rooting the device.
Someone please correct me if I am wrong but I think that is correct.
If desired, you can check out your device forum here:
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Lots of folks around here I know have that device and perhaps can chime in also
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I have a Evo phone and was told the ROM is corrupt. The only thing which well is the bluetooth and bringing up messages its slow. Occasionally a message says I need to reformat the phone "and data may be lost". I need to back up my precious pictures.

It seems the HTC Synch program won't transfer my pix to my computer, and Android File Transfer allows my 1,501 pix, but it won't copy to my hard drive.

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How can I get these pix onto a computer ?
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Are the pics, hopefully, stored on the microsd card? If so, take it out of the phone?

Just hoping this is a simple solution you might have overlooked that will help.

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Don't think there's an SD card. Now what ?
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i dont see how you can have over thousand photographs on the phone without an sd card, 'course I have been wrong before..

when you say you dont "think" there is an SD card, what qualifies you to say that? have you taken the cover off to see?

Is this phone rooted? are you the owner or are you asking these questions for someone else? curious as in your phone profile there it does not list the 4G lte...
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Try to transfer the pictures in small batches. Don't do it en-mass.

Also reboot the phone and reboot the computer.

If that doesn't work, on your computer go to the control panel, install / uninstall programs / uninstall anything that says HTC. Plug your phone back in and it should automatically reload the necessary drivers. See if that clears it up.

I've tried to move a couple hundred from the SD card en-mass, and ran into problems. Moving in small batches solved that problem for me.

I don't think there should be any difference between an external SD or the internal memory.
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not sure what "them" is referring to, but if you have files on your phone, there are many ways to transfer them to the computer.

dropbox
wifi file explorer
google drive
sky drive
good ol' hook up to computer thru usb
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I dont see the little usb icon at the top on my phone ..it charges but even though its listed as "F" drive in "My Computer", it says to "Please insert a disk into drive F" !!!!! It used to work ..and no, its not currently set to "Charge Only". I chose to mount as "Disk Drive" ..............now answer me that one. I have a ton of stuff to move from my SD card to my PC!!! Why with something so simple I want to download other stuff ..there wasnt any updates on this phone ..and I dont think there were any updates for PC ...so how can it just stop working like that?? I can access the stuff on my phone ..so the SD card is functioning.
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try a different usb cable, different computer, restart the computer, restart the phone.

if you have htc sync software installed?

are you using a usb 3 port?

are you rooted?

under developer options, what do you have activated?

other options,
use wifi file explorer pro in the store.

take card out and use media card reader
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