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unable to open copied files (from disk drvice)-HTC desire S

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  1. nibhajain

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    today ,I connected my phone (HTC desire S)as a disk drive and put some files ( .png ,.jpg ,.swf ) in the `sdcard`, when i tried to open those files. i am unable to do so.even i am unable to find those files in the gallery of the device.

    When i checked details from Astro file manager it is showing the extension `.cp$` with all my files like `filename.png.cp$`

    I am not getting what is the problem??

    Can anyone help me on this ?

    Thanks in Advance.
     

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    cp$ seens to be an error code of the Windows system.

    You could delete that extension on one of the files with Astro and then try to open the file.

    Harry
     
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    hey Harry2 ,thanks for reply.I tried to remove the .cp$ but it says "image could not be opened"

    Any other suggestion?
     
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    Tried you with a .jpg?
    The stock viewer might not know the other pic formats.
    I use for other pic formates a viewer like 'Fast Format Viewer'.

    Other possibility might be that the files are corrupt.
    You might delete the .cp$ file on the phone and copy them from PC again.

    Harry
     

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