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Old October 2nd, 2013, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Since there is not SD card slot, could someone give me a quick tutorial on where to copy files using a windows computer. I'm assuming the Maxx will show up as a drive when connected to the computer with a usb cable.
Where would I copy(what folder or directory):

photos
music (mp3 or wma)
wallpapers
notification sounds
ringtones

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Create the folders in the root of what you see when connected with a USB cable to youtr computer.

ringtones should be put in a folder called Rintones
notifications should be put in a folder called Notificatiuons

Those folders can be anywhere. Mine are in
/storage/emulated/0/tlaNET/Notifications and
/storage/emulated/0/tlaNET/Ringtones

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It was rather simple once I connected the phone to my computer.
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That's how I would have done it also.

In addition I use ... https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rhmsoft.fm&hl=en ... on all my phones. I find it pretty easy to manipulate files and folders that way.

Being a windows-bigot I find doing it through a USB cable to be the easiest.

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