Ignore the manual..It directs you to drill down into the settings for the sd card and set it as mass storage..no such option exists in the menu. Follow this: plug in usb go to NOTIFICATIONS touch the notification in the list that refers to the usb having been connected..you will receive a prompt to "mount" the sd card. now you can access it. viola. bada bing
I found the solution to that problem its because something was deleted when updated but heres how it works. first connect usb to phone and then connect usb to computer as soon as you do that on your phone select menu and then select notifications and then usb connect and everything should be fine. Good Luck.
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You need to go to application manager and chose any app you want, once you click on them you will get the option to "move to SD card" this option will enable you to move your apps to SD card and save device storage. This feature is not available on older android devices tho and software versions
Hi Izabel Maritz, I want to help you with your question, just answer each of the following to the best of your knowledge and follow the solutions. 1 Smartphone or not. 2 Removable media inserted? (Micro SD card) 3 Does the Removable media device show unused space? First and most importantly if you know a Micro SD card is installed with sufficient space to save your downloads then your phone settings are set to save downloads to 'local storage' and has filled to it's max. Often you can fix this easiest by removing the card for a few seconds and re-inserting it whilst the phone not 'locked'. Most phones will prompt you asking if saves should now be made to the SD card or to leave it at 'local storage' If you answer yes to each of the above numbered questions, it is likely the browser you are using is set to download to the incorrect destination. Try Solution A below. If answers no to questions 2 or 3 of the above question skip to Solution B. (Solution A) To check this open your browser and look for the settings menu. From here it will depend on the browser you are using, but you want to look for an option related to the following. 'download location' 'file destination' 'save to external media' If you have no success or need help finding the setting for your browser please provide me with browser name. If it is the cell phone provider browser that comes default on the phone then I will need the make and model of the phone. (Solution B) If no Micro SD card is installed to your phone I would recommend buying one they are inexpensive and provide a large amount of space for things on your phone. The average phone whether it is smartphone or not does not have much 'local storage' Other solutions for B, 1 Freeing space in your local storage. This means deleting things saved to the phone itself. Music, Pictures, Ringtones, Video's, Applications could be filling the phones local storage. 2 Freeing space on your 'external media' device. This means deleting things from your 'Micro SD card' (Note. If you plug a phone smart or not into a PC or laptop usb port you may move things rather than delete them. I can assist further with that as well.
One question. Were you able to move apps to the sd card before?
When you go to settings, storage, does it show the external sd card? I want to explain something first. The sd card is an expandable storage card, but it won't store your apps. If you want to check it out just insert the old memory card in a computer and look for any apps. Smartphones usually comes equip with 2 types of storage:
1. Internal phone memory: which could range from 500mb. to 2gb. of storage. This will be by default the location where the apps would be saved.
2. Internal SD Card: this is an expand storage that is already in the smartphone. Notice that when you see an ad for the phone it usually advertise whether it is 4, 8 or 16gb. That is the internal SD storage.
The third option is the external micro sd card, which is the one you are having problem with.
In storage under settings, see if you have an option to mount the sd card, maybe it's not mounted. You can also clon or copy everything from the old sd card to the new sd card using a computer, and then try it again.
In the settings menu under storage there is an option unmount sd card every time before removing the card from the phone or tab you should press this option unmount sd card otherwise directly removing the card without sectiong the option causes these errors
Can you describe in more detail what you are trying to do, step by step, and how the process is failing?
I have uploaded and downloaded pictures from my micro-SD card, both while it is in the phone, using a USB cable and setting the phone to "Menu | Settings & Tools | Tools | USB Mass Storage". Then the phone and the micro-SD card appear on my (Windows) computer as a removable drive, and I can just copy files in either direction.
I am also able to remove the micro-SD card, and plug it into an SD-card slot on my computer (with a micro-to-SD card adapter), and it mounts as a removable drive that way, too.
Note: if you have the micro-SD card in the phone, and you want the pictures you take to be stored on there so you can download them in one of the ways I've described above, then be sure to go into "Menu | Settings & Tools | 9. Memory | 1. Save Options | 1. Pictures" and set this option to "Card Memory", or else your pictures will get saved in the camera internal memory, and not on the card. This may be your problem if you are not seeing the pictures you expect on your memory card when you look for them. If you take Videos and/or Sounds, you might want to set those "Save Option" to the Card Memory, too.
According to this description on Amazon, your model uses SD memory cards:
Then you should have 2 options:
(1) The easiest is to remove the SD memory card from the SV-AV20 and insert it into an SD card reader (many available, starting from below $10). The SD card reader will have a USB connector so you can plug it into a USB port on your computer. Your computer (Windows or Mac) should recognize that you've inserted this and show the data on the SD card as a removable storage device.
(2) Clunkier option is to use the USB cable that typically comes with digital cameras -- these require the camera to be turned on. If you're unlucky, you may have to install camera-specific software on your computer to recognize the device. Since I hate adding extra software to my computer, I far prefer option #1 above, which works universally.
Hope this helps.
plug in your usb lead
when the phone makes its noise to comfirm lead is plugged in
a usb icon should appear on the top menu bar
hold the bar and drag it down
you should see a notification USB connected
there ya go you should now be able to see it