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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by 5BillionStrong, Sep 5, 2011.

  1. 5BillionStrong

    Thread Starter

    Okay I Don't Know Much About phones, But Can somebody Tell Me How To Save My Media Into The Phones Internal Memory? I Have 6Gb of Unused Space(which I probably won't ever really use) that I'm Hoping I Can Use To Save My Music into. I Use Apps To Download Music Such As Media Player And Tubemate(downloaded tubemate from internet on phone) But They all Save My Music Into The SD Card, which Is Running Out Of Space. Can Somebody Help Me Figure Out How To transfer it all Into The Internal Phone Memory?

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  2. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Extreme Android User

    Mount your phone to a computer, and cut and paste the files to the internal memory.

    Alternatively use a file manager like "Astro" in the market.
  3. 5BillionStrong

    Thread Starter

    I've Tried Astro Before and To Me Seemed Really Complicating and Irritating Not Knowing Even What I'm Doing. and I Do Not Have Access to a Computer
  4. sdrawkcab25

    sdrawkcab25 Extreme Android User

    Without access to a computer, the only way to do it would be with a file manager on the phone (like Astro). There are other file managers like ES file explorer that you can try, but they are all just as tedious to copy the contents of the sd card to the internal memory.

    In astro you would use the multi select option (select all) then use the edit command to "cut" the files. Then navigate to your internal music storage folder, use the edit command and choose paste. I believe there is as limit to the number of files you can move at once though.

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