My phones file wont pop up on my computer when i plug my phone into my computer
Why is it that when i plug my phone into my computer the file will not pop up ? im trying to put music in it and well i cant cause the file just wont pop up!!! any help???
i plug my phone in and the file wont pop up so i go into my computer and it should say removable disk whatever i think its F but it doesnt come up! help me please ;(
Re: my phones file wont pop up on my computer when i plug...
These phones take a "memory stick" flash memory card. Get one, 1gig or 2gig and put it in the phone. THIS memory will be visible to the computer when you plug in the USB. These phones do not expose much of their internal memory, even though you see a device mounted. The phone and the memory stick show up as two separate devices.
You use the phones internal software to move music or pictures to and from the phones memory to and from the memory stick which will have a parallel directory structure.
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Plug your phone into a USB cable connected to your computer. There may be a setting required on your phone to allow file transfers - it may pop a dialog box asking to make files available.
THEN from your computer open the File Explorer and you'll see your phone as a drive. Look for a folder named DCIM, then click down through folders in there until you find your pictures. You can COPY the pictures you want and then PASTE them to My Pictures on your computer.
why do you need one? if your trying to put files on your pc from your phone or vice versa just plug it in and go to START/COMPUTER/your device should pop up in the window when plugged in... double click on it then click open to view files.open file DCIM if it pops up. then drag and drop
If you want to have the file transfer mode on your phone when you connect it to a computer. Plug in the USB to the phone and connect it to the computer, once the computer reads it and install its drivers, then on your phone a page will pop up on the screen, there will be a list of options of file transfer mode, amongst others, all you have to do is to select the file transfer mode and you will be able to share files between the computer and the phone.
Plug one end of your USB cable to your phone then plug the other end to an open USB port on your computer.
on your phone. Your computer will recognize the new hardware
connected to your computer. It is safe to connect your phone to
your computer when it is on.
"My Computer" on your desktop. Your phone will be listed
on the new window ." .
To copy files to your phone, highlight the file and drag
it to the phone icon.
on your phone to open it and reveal any contents on it. Locate the files you want to transfer, then right click on each
one individually. Scroll down the pop-up menu, then click "Copy." On
your phone icon, right click an empty spot, then scroll down and
click "Paste" to copy the file. Another way of transferring files is to
drag them to the opened phone icon.
the "Safely Remove Hardware" button on the lower right of your computer
screen. Highlight your phone on the hardware window. It will
either be the (E:), (J:) (F:) or (D:). The message "USB mass storage
device can now be safely removed," pops up. This allows you to safely
disconnect your phone from the computer without damaging any files
that have been transferred and saved to it.
Plug the USB cable into the outlet on the phone. There is not a
universal USB cable to fit all phones, so be sure you use the right
cable for your phone. If you do not have a USB cable, go to a cell
phone store and buy one for your specific cell phone. Plug the other
end of the cable into an open USB slot on your computer.
Open "My Computer" or "Computer" from your Start menu. Your computer
should automatically detect the cell phone. Double-click on the cell
phone's icon in the open window.
Open the folder you saved the music in. Right click on the music file
or files you want to place on the phone. To select more than one file,
hold down the Control key while you click on the files you want to
transfer to your cell phone. Select "Copy" from the menu that pops up
when you right click the highlighted files.
Click in the cell phone's folder window opened in Step 4. Right click
in the middle of the window and select "Paste" from the menu you are
given. This automatically starts to transfer the files to your cell
phone. Once the transfer is complete, remove the USB cord and listen to
the music on your phone.
It could be that your pc is not running an automatic run or install. Try going to My Computer and see if it is on there with the other files such as your dvd burners. Sometimes I have to manually look for my stuff. Not fun but its not a catastrophe. If its there then I assume you can double click on it and it should take you there. If not there might be an issue with the 2 machines not speaking the same language. If thats the case I am out of ideas.