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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bosox2k1, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. bosox2k1

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    So, can we download the text file from our email to our sd card while on the droid, because I am doing my damndest and cannot figure out a way to save it when on my phone...Do I have to use my PC and download it and connect my phone via usb to install it on sd card?
     

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    Just use the USB cable and put the text file on your SD card.
     
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    What is the name of the folder for the sdcard? is that the dcim folder? I am trying to google and they all say I have to choose usb storage and then mount...its on usb storage, but i don't see a mount option. thanks.
     
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    Now I am under the impression that when I plug my phone into the computer, the entire "drive" is considered the sd card, so when it says to put it on the sd card, i just drag and drop into that drive...?

    UPDATE- THIS WORKED.
     
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    You are correct, and the dcim folder is for the camera's storage.
     

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