My 2gb micro SD memory card is in the adapter, which is hooked up to the usb port, but... nothing seems to happen. My computer makes a lot of sounds like something is about to happen, but then... nothing! Is my computer too old to recognize it or something? What exactly is supposed to come up? I'm trying to load music onto my lg rumour.
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IF the micro sd card slot is broken, you can always use OTG. OTG stands for On The Go, and all you need is an OTG cable, which at one end is build with a micro usb terminal and at the other end a regular usb. If you use this type of cable, then you need to use an USB adapter for the micro sd card.
Another option is ti buy an OTG adapter, let me explain, there is an adapter for your Micro SD Card, this hardware is ready to connect directly to the smartphone, using the OTG. Here is a link for you to check one of many OTG adapters.
<span>There are three ways that you can use enable for you to transfer files from your cellphone to your laptop or vice versa.<br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">1.
</span> <span style="font-weight: bold;">By using a connectivity cable</span>. <br /><br />It is a cable which you can buy from any
cellphone stores. Just plug the other end to your computer and the
other to your cellphone. You can then access the pictures in your
cellphone.<br /><br />A connectivity cable looks like this.<br /><br /><img src="carloadrian_2.jpg" /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">2.
Bluetooth</span>. <br /><br />Click the link below so that you will be directed to the
procedure on you to connect your cellphone to your laptop by using
bluetooth. <br /><br /><a href="/../support/t8013435-connect_laptop">CLICK HERE</a><br /><br /><br /><span style="font-weight: bold;">3. Memory Card<br /><br /></span><img src="carloadrian_4.jpg" /><br /> <a><br /></a>
<span style="font-style: italic;">SD cards are used in many cell phones</span>.<br /><br />
Many cell phones come with removable memory
chips, which can be used to expand the available storage on the cell
phone, or to transfer files (such as music and pictures) between the
cell phone and other devices. Once you identify the kind of expandable
memory in use on your phone, an adapter can usually allow you to connect
it to a laptop as if it were a USB drive. <br /><br /><span style="text-decoration: underline;">INSTRUCTIONS</span><br /><br />1. Determine what kind of two-gigabyte memory chip your cell phone uses.
You can do this by checking the specifications of your cell phone in the
manual or on the manufacturer's website, or by removing the card and
examining it. As of April 2010, the most common kind of memory card used
in cell phones is the SD format, which comes in standard, mini, and
micro sizes. Your phone may also use the Memory Stick Pro or Pro Mini
format. The format type will be printed on the side of the card.
<br /><br /> 2. Purchase a USB adapter for the card you are using, which is available
from many different vendors. If your card is in a mini or micro format,
make sure that the adapter comes with a sleeve for the card of your
size; this allows you to insert a mini or micro card into the sleeve,
and changes the card into a standard size for use with the adapter.
<br /><br /> 3.
Insert the card into the sleeve, if necessary, then into the
adapter. Connect the adapter to a USB port on your laptop. The card will
appear on your laptop as if it were a USB drive. When you are finished
working with the card on your laptop, you can move it back to your cell
phone.<br /><br /><br />
I use a SD/MicroSD to USB 2.0 adapter made by SoCal Trade, which came with my 64GB card when I bought it (e.g. amazon.com/dp/B00JAO8MMU/ ), but there are many others.
NB Put the MicroSDHC card in the adapter and THEN plug it into a USB port... i.e. do not plug the SD/SDHC or MicroSDHC/SDXC card into the adapter while the adapter is under power by the USB port. Hot plugging can damage SD/Micro/SDHC/SDXC cards, in my experience.
Another way is to attach the device to a computer with a USB adapter cord (be sure the device is 'unlocked' or the card may not be accessible).
You don't need the SD adapter in your mobile phone. You may use it by inserting the micro SD card into the SD adapter, then insert the SD card adapter in a "SD card reader" and use it in a USB slot in your computer to access files from your "micro SD card".
Using a CardReader, insert your Micro SD card to the CardReader & attached the CardReader to your PC Via the USB cable to the USB port.
You should be able to see the Mico SD Card as a drive on the PC on "My Computer or Windows Explorer". Using the mouse, Right-Click on the drive& click on "Format", Using FAT32 or FAT16 for larger or smaller memory card respectively.
Formatting on any memory cards, will result in erasing all data on the memory cards.
Hi - Sometimes devices are finicky about which SD cards they work with. I suggest you try a different brand card. Be sure to purchase it where they have an easy return policy just in case. The phone definitely supports two GB cards.
Luckily two GB cards are pretty cheap and it's always good to have a spare.
Unfortunately, we have found an incompatibility with a new
revision of our microSD and the USB adapter that accompanied the card you
purchased. We are in the process of solving the compatibility issue. We are
truly sorry for the inconvenience and would like to send a new card that is
compatible with your USB adapter. Your original card should be functional in
other adapters, phones, and cameras. The microSD card's compatibility problem
should only exist with that USB Adapter. For your inconvenience, there will be
no need to ship the original microSD card back to us so feel free to keep and
use them both. We would also like to send you two free music downloads from
Duracell Flash Memory.
If you would like to take advantage of this
offer, please let us know your full name, address, the size of the microSD, and
the name and location of the store from which you purchased your microSD. When
we receive your information we will ship your replacements parts and music
Best Regards, Duracell Flash Support Team
This is because your Touch Pro is not a Mass Storage device. You have to actually take out the memory card and put the memory card into the Memory Card Adapter and place the adapter into your computer in the memory card slot. You then have to label folders for MUSIC, VIDEO, IMAGES, and DOCUMENTS and then place the files in the corresponding folders. It will make that noise because a USB device is being connected. This device can be used as a modem which is why your computer recognizes it.