Formatted SD card, where do you put video files?


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  1. cesjr02

    cesjr02 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Title says it all. On my formatted card I have a folder labeled, "Android" and another "LOST.DIR." There are a few sub folders in the Android directory but no clear place to put video files.
     

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  2. THEFORCE

    THEFORCE Well-Known Member

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    you can just create a new folder when plugged into the computer labeled videos...this worked for me
     
  3. cesjr02

    cesjr02 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    you mean in the root (top of the directory?)
     
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    THEFORCE Well-Known Member

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    yeah...on the root of the card, i created a file "videos" and put all my tv shows and movies there.
     
  5. Bek

    Bek Well-Known Member

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    Whereever you like. The OS will scan your card and find 'em.
     
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    cesjr02 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Great, thanks!
     
  7. THEFORCE

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    thats also the same for music...u can put it wherever u like and the system will find it....i just like to keep my stuff organized
     
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    joolyj New Member

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    I tried creating a folder called "video" and put my downloaded file into it. Would it be that it's a .amzn file instead of a .wmv file? I downloaded the file from Amazon and it said that the .amzn file was the portible file...it's far smaller in size than the .wmv file.
     
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    sagedil Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the forum. Not s format the phone can play. Can you convert it to a mp4 file?
     

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