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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Dendore, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Dendore

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    So I just plugged it into my computer via the usb cable.... its charging but its not popping up as a storage drive or anything. How do I load songs on it?

    Also does the usb port on the N1 seem a little flimsy to anyone?
     

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  2. oniongirl

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    slide down your notification window majig and click to mount the device. learnt that from google's youtube video. still haven't ordered one :D
     
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    grab the top gray menu bar and pull it down, it opens the menu for usb and BT

    im slow i guess
     
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    man, this is gonna be asked for the rest of droids existence wont it. Funny it took me about 2 secs to figure out when I saw the USB symbol in the tray at the top. Figured, tray notification means there is something in the shade that is clickable. Clicked it and it asked if i wanted to mount it....wasn't that hard to figure out at all. This is so you can plug in your droid and not auto mount it, which can be quite annoying
     
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    that is the thing that annoys me most about my ipod touch. it's a feature i'm really glad they've implemented. plus the fact it's useable as storage, unlike the aforementioned ipod.
     
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