I download a video off of Myxer. It didn't have any sound so I want to delete it. I can't find it ANYWHERE in the files folder of the memory card. And I don't know how to switch it over so I can look in the phone's memory. So my question is where are things I downloaded stored on the phone or memory card? I looked everywhere and can't find it!
Ok I had to restart the phone. Now I have the program downloaded and installed. How do I use this program to find the video I downloaded? I've looked threw all the folders but still can't find the video I downloaded. I don't know where it went but it's not in the downloads folder. Any other way to search my phone?
the music videos I download off myxer aren't showing up in the download folder of the SD card. I did however delete the files from the download list of the browser...does this also delete them from the phone? Or do I need to take extra steps to completely remove them?
I downloades another video just to test Astro 'search' feature and it couldn't' find it. Not on the actual phone or the SD Card.
So my question is like above. If I delete the video from the downloads folder of the web browser does it completely delete it from my phone or do I have to do other steps as well to make sure it's earsed.
Also on the cube if I go to videos it says empty even though I know I have a video on my phone. I just don't know where it's at, and the only way I can access the video is by going into the web browser and clicking it from the download list.
I even with to the myxer website and sent them an email...didn't see any forums over there to post my topic...haven't heard back from them since I sent my email over a week ago...don't think I'm going to hear back from them either.
ok I deleted the video from the downloads list of the browser and downloaded another video...This new video shows in the downloads list but still isn't found anywhere on the phone so I have no idea where Myxer mobile videos are stored.
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