I have a micro sd card that i know is not full, and i know that it is formatted correctly, and is compatible with the phone. well i ran out of space on the device itself. how do i move files, they are basically all music files, from the phone to the memory card?
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Is it an SD card or a microSD card? If it's a 4GB (or larger) card then it's neither, but instead an SDHC or a microSDHC.
If the card is an SDHC/microSDHC then your card reader may be only SD-compatible. If this is the case then you can buy an SDHC-compatible card reader and use that. Alternatively, if you want to use this card with some other device, such as a camera or a phone, format the card in that device instead of in your computer.
plug the camera into the computer via usb cable. Then open up my computer. You should then see 2 new devices listed as drives. One will be the sd card. From what i can tell this device uses windows mass storage device. So you should just see in a drive letter like d:\ is your dvd/cd-rom. So look on the memory card and see what the free space is or what files are on the card. If the card looks full you may need to format the card then try to use it.
If its a micro sd, or just a sd and you have a sd/micro sd card slot on your computer you can actually just plug it in there for the same effect.
one thing to check is make sure since the card is new there isnt a lock on the card. There usually is a little white tab on the memory card. This is a lock to prevent erasing and adding new data. Make sure it is in the unlock position.
Please let me know what happens from there and if you need further explanation or assistance please let me know. Thanks, Midwest-tek
If the memory card is over 2 GB, the player can not read it because it was only designed to read up to a 2 GB memory card. It is not showing up on your player because it is too big for the player to read. If you get a smaller card, it should woork just fine on your player and you should be able to access it easily.
Yes you can get your space back. Let me clear you first you lost the space due to while system is writing data in your SD micro card it is suddenly ejected or disabled.
You will do this method to retrieve you data back. You will need some things 1. Card reader for SD micro memory. 2. A software called D M comes as Hard disk tool it comes in bootable cds.
You will remove your H D for safe side to protect your hard disk data.
Put your SD card in card reader and start you computer with bootable cd that contains D M software.
When your system is boot from cd run D M and go to option in D M erase all data. This will retrieve your all space from SD. Remember you can do the same thing with Hard disk if there is any bad sector or some space not avalible or disk partion is not able to delete by any softwares.
Hope this will help you, If you have any problem regards this you can reply to me other wise don't forget to make ansewer my thread.
I WOULD PROBABLY SAY YOU HAVE A COMPATIBILITY PROBLEM BETWEEN THE POLAROID SD CARD AN YOUR KODAK CAMERA AND THAT IS WHY IT IS NOT FORMATTING. GO ONLINE TO EITHERS SITE AND ASK TO SEE IF THEY ARE COMPATIBLE. THIS MAY SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM.
When I bought the phone I wanted to use a bigger Memory card. I was told it will only recognize 2gb. The booklet that comes with phone says the same thing, so would assume that is why it says full. Assuming of course youre trying to use more than 2gb at the moment.