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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by moo.fan10, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. moo.fan10

    moo.fan10 Lurker
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    i just got the eris and i was wondering if thers is anyway to save pics to your sd and then put the sd card in a pc and save pics like that? and also is anyone eles not able to get the phone to connect to their pc. mine is plugged in and its charging but i cant go to my computer and take pics stright from there to my external. any info is help full.


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  2. pjsockett

    pjsockett Well-Known Member

    Did you pull down the notification bar and select usb connected and then Mount? Once you've done that your sd card should show up as an external storage device on your pc. You should be able to browse your sd and either add or transfer pics.
  3. hrbib21

    hrbib21 Android Expert

    Do yourself a favor and remove your email, dude.
  4. swest6602

    swest6602 Lurker

    Check out the app SugarSync. I loaded it yesterday and so far am psyched. You can wirelessly move items between your phone and your PC (or Mac). You can also access the SD card on your phone and move things around from within the SugarSync app. It is a Cloud Backup service. You get 2g data free and it is paid for anything over that ($4 or $4.50/mo. for 30g I think, but not positive). Once I set up it automatically synced (60) pics from my phone (although I only had about 15). They give you extra free storage if you invite someone to join. I have not yet paid to add the storage, but I think that I will in the next few days. I want to try it out a bit more first. Not positive but think all versions are supported.

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  5. maquiningoc

    maquiningoc Lurker

    Very Easy.

    1. Connect your ERIS to your PC with the HTC USB cable
    2. On your ERIS, Press MENU
    3. In the MENU options press NOTIFICATIONS
    4. Then Press "USB CONNECTED"
    5. Select MOUNT
    * You are now connected to your PC.
    CAUTION!! Disconnect is pretty much the same as above
    but only this time you will select "TURN OFF USB STORAGE" at
    step 4. Then select TURN OFF.

    Then you are good to go.

    Be sure to be patient and follow these steps. You dont want to risk
    corrupting your SD card or any USB device due to haste.

    Hope this helps.

HTC Droid Eris Forum

The HTC Droid Eris release date was November 2009. Features and Specs include a 3.2" inch screen, 5MP camera, 288GB RAM, MSM7600 processor, and 1300mAh battery.

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