new to pantech ....sd cardSupport


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  1. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    i had an sd card in my samsung transform....im now using pantech burst, just got it last night. im not familar at all with technology so i'm really hoping to get a little bit of help....i saved a game to my sd card and mounted it in my burst... however i do not know how to view anything on my sd card on my burst nor do i know how to move the game to the phone its self. can someone help me? i've scanned settings but dont see options ....went to storage and can see how much storage is left on the sd card but thats it....any help please thank you in advance :)

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  2. D-U-R-X

    D-U-R-X turbo drinker Moderator

    Hello and welcome resa2012 - thanks for joining!! :)

    I am not familiar with the Pantech Burst, but think that you would probably need something like ES File Explorer to view the stuff that is on the SD card.

    Moving the game to the phone... do you mean you want to transfer the game/data from one phone to another? I do not think that it is possible, but am ready to be told otherwise! :)
  3. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    OK I finally got the chance to loom it up on Google play and it doesn't specify that it helps me to open up my SD card and look at everything.g on it so I'm lost still....o and I want something.g extremely easy to use extremely easy thanks
  4. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    Oh I got the game issue taken care of so thought I'd b more specific now and I'm just tryin to see how I can open up SD card and see what's on it so I can remove things etc. Sorry for typos
  5. D-U-R-X

    D-U-R-X turbo drinker Moderator

    When you connect your phone to your computer, you should be able to copy/move stuff over on to your computer, the same as with any USB device :)
  6. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    Ty but I don't want to move things to my PC I want to b able to just see what's on my SD card..thanks
  7. droopies

    droopies Well-Known Member

    Either go to Google Play and download ES File Explorer or hook it to your PC. You don't have to copy or move anything, but it will show up as a usb drive so you can SEE the contents of the SD card.
  8. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    ok downloaded es file explorer i do not know what im doing with this app what so ever. its complicated for me. considering i know nothing absolutely nothing about technology.....please do not be impatient when reading this :) thank you....i'll get my husband to try to figure out the es file explorer
  9. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    he doesn't know about the es file explorer either. i've opened it but yet do not know what i'm doing :( its frustrating bc i cant just catch on....:eek:
  10. xj0hnx

    xj0hnx Member

    If you haven't figured it out yet, I use an ap called Astro File Manager. When you open it up it's pretty self explanatory, click on "Manage my files" and it will take you to the upper level root directory, then scroll through until you see the "external_sd" folder, now click on it to open, and viola, all the files/folders on your sd card.

    With the app Root Explorer, you just open the app and scroll down to "sdcard" folder, click on it, then go to "external_sd" folder. With this program just long press on the file you want to edit/delete/move/copy/open/email
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  11. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    thanks i'll check it out.....btw i have another thread open that nobody has helped me on at all yet....its about how to save images... if you can help plsss do thanks btw :)
  12. resa2012

    resa2012 Well-Known Member

    pantech manufacturer suggests only one app for reading the external sdcard and being able to move things from your phones memory (sdcard) to the external sdcard or vice versa.... the app is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by me......... astro file manager its a free application and available through google play......
  13. droopies

    droopies Well-Known Member

    Any file manager app will work. I use the ES File Manager. The trick is the Pantech has internal memory, in internal SD card and if you put a SD card in the phone an external SD card.

    In ES File Manager, once you open it, click on the STAR that says Favorites. Then click on the icon of a phone that just says /. Then go to sdcard. That is the built in(internal) SD card. To get to YOUR SD card you inserted in the phone, scroll down to external_sd. That shows what's on your SD card.
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  14. Rsccman

    Rsccman Member

    @ OP get 7zipper, its what i use to look into the phone and delete crap files

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