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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Driii, Aug 15, 2010.

  1. Driii

    Driii New Member
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    I placed pictures on my phone via my computer, but now can't remove them. I don't get a delete option, I can see them when I have it plugged into my computer. does it have something to do with my SD card? suggestions please, short of my formating the card (assuming the images are on my card?).
    Thank you.
     

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  2. Vmanisme

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    Does your SD Card have read-only set on it??? You can format it as read-only and there's also a little slider on the sd card itself on some of them.
     
  3. zacwhite15

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    lulz i would love to see them try to put a slider on the micro sd cards. seriously dude, before you answer a question for someone try doing a little research on what kind of sd card the phone takes.

    now onto the question at hand, driii your saying that you can see the images when its plugged into your computer, how are you accessing the phone? are you using windows explorer? android commander? or something similar, are you making sure you mount the sd card in android by pulling down the top menu and selecting connect to computer? if you have done all that and its still unable to write too the card your fs might be corrupt on the card and the only way of fixing that is pulling all your data off then formatting the card via the phone. if ya got any questions pm me :)
     
  4. death2all110

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    @zacwhite im pretty sure Vmanisme was referring to the sd adapter that most mini/micro sd cards come with. not the micro sd card itself.

    @driii right click on the folder the pictures are in on your micro sdcard and make sure they arent marked as read only. if you need any more assistance with anything shoot me a message.
     
  5. Vmanisme

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    If you dont get what I mean than doesn't mean you gotta be a smart ass, just because you know a thing or two about a phone doesn't mean that I dont know anything, when you get A+ and Windows Server 2003/2008 certification you can come back and say something, for now please shut the hell up and stop being a bitch, thank you =)
     
  6. death2all110

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    Im working on my A+ cert and Cisco Networking Cert.
     
  7. Vmanisme

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    Lol I did not want to go with Cisco, when you start getting into Kerberos it fries your brains
     
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