I unplugged my phone from my mac without putting the icon on the desktop in the bin first and waiting for it to say 'now safe to unplug your phone'. Now it doesn't work. It switches on but can't see anything on the screen apart from the word ok!
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If you know how to restore what you have to do is..
Turn the phone off Wait a few minutes Plug the usb cable in the phone.. As soon as you plug the usb cable, press the home button on the iphone keep the home button pressed until you see the itunes icon on your screen..
once you see the itunes icon on your screen you can safely restore your iphone without any problem..
If you are unable to see the itunes icon and phone goes straight to the disabled screen then you did not follow the instructions correctly... Try again..
1. Locate the USB cable that came with your phone. Connect one end to your phone and the other end to your computer. 2. A message will appear on your phone (File Transfer), press the Play Button (orange one) to select it.
Note: A scrolling message will now appear on your phone saying do not remove the USB cable until you have exited ....
2. If MAC (your phone will appear as an Icon on the Desktop). If PC then you will need to Navigate to your Computer (to see the device connected).
3. There will be a folder called something like Phone CARD (all photos are contained within that folder).
4. There will be a folder from within that called DCIM. Copy the entire folder to your desktop (or whereever). All Photos are contained within that folder.
5. There is also another folder called the Picture folder. There will be Photos and other pictures contained in that folder. I suggest you copy the Picture folder also.
6. On a PC (click the Safely Remove Device icon) at the bottom of your screen. On a Mac (highlight the Phone Card icon and drag to the Trash can).
I hope this is helpful and solves your problem. Please rate. Regards
The CECT I9 uses java, not the Iphone's os. You can put apps on it, but you will need to find "touchscreen java me" applications. When you plug your I9 it will show up with two external filesystem icons. You will just need to drag the .JAR files on to the external file system icon. MAKE SURE YOUR PHONE IS OFF WHEN YOU CONNECT IT TO THE COMPUTER. Then eject those two external filesystem icons. (external hdd icons in windows and mac) and go to the documents icon in the phone. Find the .JAR file and click it, then click option 1 which is install. After that you will be asked where to put the program either on the phone or your memory card. I suggest putting it on the memory card, because these phones don't have much space. Then you can access the program through the JAVA Icon on your phones desktop.
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.
Get a card reader for your pc, then take the memory card out of the N70, and into the reader. It should show up in my computer, at which point you can right click and press "format". Press start, and wait. Once this is done, safely remove hardware and put back in phone. Warning! This will destroy all content on card!
Hope this is a help,
To drag and drop music, photos, and videos between your PC and phone: Select Settings (or Office Tools > Settings) > Connections > USB Setting > Memory Card. Connect the USB cable to phone and PC. Open phone or memory card removable disk (PC: My Computer; Mac: desktop). Drag and drop files between PC and phone or memory card. When finished, safely disconnect disk (PC: use Safely Remove Hardware; Mac: drag removable disk to trash). Unplug USB cable.
These are the steps. You just drag & drop. If you need clarification on any of the steps don't hesitate to ask me. If this helps plz rate this for me. Thank you kindly.
Mac JUKE Solution ,I have 416 songs on my JUKE and here is how I did it. Plug your JUKE into your Mac ,turn it on , go to music on your JUKE ,scroll to <sync music> close your JUKE. Look on your desk top for <TELACHIPS> go to Applications then Utilities then Disc Utility. Open Disk Utility click on the <1.9 GB Samsung Drive Icon> select <partition> under format select <Mac OS extended Journaled> run the program . Now you have a Mac Drive an can drop and drag iTunes into the <music. folder inside the TELACHIPS icon . If you have bought music from iTunes DON'T put it on your JUKE it is locked and will screw things up! there are ways to unlock them, It's all on the Internet