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trouble mounting and getting photos to device


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  1. sniper8752

    sniper8752 Well-Known Member

    so i have connected my phone to my pc, and i mounted it, but it is not connecting. i have disk drive as the default connection type. when i click on the F: drive in my computer, it says that there is nothing there. am i missing something? i want to transfer music and photos to my cell phone.

    thanks.

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  2. Cronis

    Cronis Well-Known Member

    yea I was having the same problem yesterday... went ahead and installed the HTC sync software. I also completely restarted the phone (hold power button till you get the option to shutdown). I'm not sure which step did the trick but my Aria syncs up fine now.
  3. sniper8752

    sniper8752 Well-Known Member

    ok. but it will only allow me to sync with windows contacts OR windows calendar... can't you do them both?
  4. sniper8752

    sniper8752 Well-Known Member

    i think you use htc sync...
  5. SteveJobCutLine4myLiver

    SteveJobCutLine4myLiver Well-Known Member

    Put photos into phone by opening with windows explorer or my computer DCIM folder, media100
  6. Ambictus

    Ambictus Well-Known Member

    Don't actually use Sync, the reason people are telling you to install it is because it contains the drivers for your phone. If you've already installed Sync and set the connection type to disk drive and you still have the problem then try rebooting your phone. If that doesn't help call technical support.
  7. markj

    markj Active Member

    You can also add photos to your phone in folders of your choice. For example, if you create a folder on the main drive of your phone called "Cars" and put pictures in there, it will show up as its own folder on the device in the Photos application. So, if you have a Photo Frame or Photos widget, you can select a photo from that folder and tapping the widget will automatically bring you to photos only in that folder.

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