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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by chugger93, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. chugger93

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    Just got the moment for my wife..and the SD Card is blank? If I wanted to put MP'3s or photos on there..should I just create folders? How does that all work?
     

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    what are you viewing your SD card from? have you mounted it from your phone (so that your computer can view the files)? to do this, click on the notification bar (where the USB connected icon is), and mount your card... then you should be able to see where to drag your files.

    i have a sdcard>music folder where i keep my music. hope this helps.
     
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    Ya it mounts fine and all... I dont see anything on the card when I access the drive letter.
     
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    does it show anything when you go through "file viewer" on your phone? i didn't create any folders for mine, so i'd suspect that the phone does it.
     
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    make a folder called music put your music files in there
    make a folder called pictures put your pictures in there
    make a folder called ringtones for the mp3s you want as ringtones
    make a folder called notifications to add your own custom notification sounds
    make a folder called videos for your video/movie files
    make a folder called alarms for the your own custom alarm sounds
     

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