The problem with my phone is i have transferred a couple of video files from the computer onto my phone but when i open them it says that invalid application. one of the file says the screen is too small for the application to play hence error!
i have tried doing whatever i can but fruitless. please help me with a solution.
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Check if the video format is compatible with your phone... if its 3gpp or any format which compatible with your phone... if its still not working try to reformat your phone or configure it with factory settings... if symptoms persists let the masters handle it (qualified service engineers)
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4 in the top-right corner of the screen, type in android file transfer, and then click the Android File Transfer icon.
7Double-click the "Internal storage" or "SD card" folder. Depending on where the photos you want to transfer are stored and what kind of storage is available on your Android, the folder you open may vary.
8 Double-click the "DCIM" folder. This will open to another folder.
9 Double-click the "Camera" folder. It's where your Android's photos are stored. Doing so will bring up a list of your Android's photos.
Depending on whether or not your photos are in an album, you may have to open another folder before continuing.
10 Select your Android's photos. Click and drag your mouse across the photos you want to move onto your computer to select them. You can also hold down the ? Command key while clicking individual photos to select them independently.
11 Click Edit. This menu item is in the upper-left side of your Mac's screen. A drop-down menu will appear.
12 Click Copy. It's near the top of the Edit menu. This will copy your selected photos.
If you want to remove the files from your Android while transferring them to your Mac, click Cut here instead.
13 Open Finder. Click the blue, face-like app in your Mac's Dock. A new window will open.
14 Select a save location. Click a folder (e.g., All My Files) on the left side of the Finder window to select it as your photos' destination.
15 Click Edit, then click Paste Items. This will copy the photos from your Android onto your Mac.
If you selected the Cut option instead of Copy, this will also remove the photos from your Android.
Sounds like it has a file error or is corrupted, I suggest restarting your phone at least once and try to transfer the file onto a computer as i doubt you'll be able to access on your device.
SmartMovie is a popular tool to help you convert and play movie files on your mobile phone.
Many mobile devices are now capable of playing movie files but due to format and storage restrictions, video clips need to be converted before they're transferred to your chosen device. This is where SmartMovie comes in.
SmartMovie includes all the tools you might need to have that music video, film or home-movie playing on your handheld device in a couple of minutes. Videos might well need to be re-formatted and/or cropped, as well as having their quality and display size reduced to save on space. SmartMovie can perform all of these tasks with ease, and without too much trouble on your part.
We found that in terms of its basic functions, SmartMovie works admirably well. Despite an unattractive and cluttered user-interface, opening and working with video files ran pretty smoothly. Until, that is, we tried to open movies made with Apple's .mov extension.
Yes, I've just had to do this after formatting my hard drive. It's simply the reverse of putting music onto your clip.
1. Make sure you have your clip to show up in My Computer
2. Open up My Computer
3. Double Click the Sansa Clip icon
4. Go to the folder where your music is stored and open it
5. When you have all your music files on the clip in front of you, simply copy an idividual file by right clicking it and choosing COPY from the menu, then navigate to where you want yo put this file and right click and PASTE. Alternatively, use drag and drop by having your source (clip) window open and your destination window (My Music etc.) open side by side.
When using Windows Operating System on the Computer, follow the steps given below:
Connect the Camera to the Computer using the supplied USB cable. The Computer will recognize the Camera as a removable drive and list in the Windows Explorer. Press the Windows logo on the keyboard along with the "E" key to open the windows explorer. If the Sony Camera is listed in the explorer as a removable drive then double click on it to open and navigate through the files and folders. Open the "DCIM" for images and "MP_Root" for videos. Once the images and videos are visible, right click on the desired file then select copy. Next, paste the selected file on the hard drive of the Computer.
If you want to select all the files at once then press "CTRL+A", to copy, "CTRL+C" and to paste, "CRTL+V".
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.
I have tried to copy movies to the computer but when I try to play them on the computer, there is no sound I transferred the videos I recorded onto my computer but no sound when playing them on the PC. The file is also a video clip file not an audio/video file unlike other files that I transferred from my other camcorder