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Old October 29th, 2011, 07:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I make it to where all my pics & vids are saved to my sd card. I can access my pics through my usb cord to PC but not vids. They are a .3gp file i guess, and when i pull up the info on them through my phone the location is unavailable. Does this mean i can only watch them through my phone or is there a way to transfer them to my PC for better viewing. Also, cant even find out how to see whats on the sd card through my phone. I hate this phone.

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I was having a similar issue where I could not extract my music files from my citrus. I ended up getting a droid x2. The citrus is such a P.O.S total fail for a "smart phone"

Also my headphone jack went bad on me too. No one seems to have a fix or even any input. So beware if you use your headphone jack
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