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Can the Kodak 50 IN 1 card reader be used as a USB to USB connection for tethering a tablet to a phone?

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The perfect complement to any digital camera or cell phone! This 50-in-1 card reader is the perfect complement to any digital camera or cell phone that takes compact flash, secure digital, microSD, XD, or Memory Stick, MS PRO, or MS DUO cards. Simply plug the reader into your computer, put your card in the reader, and have full access to all your pictures and other files. It's that simple!

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  • High-speed USB 2.0
  • Mac OS and PC compatible
  • Compatible with all versions of SD/HC/MicroSD/CF/XD & MS/PROP Duo Reader/Writer
  • 1 year mfr. warranty
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Yes, that's one of your option but it would be better to purchase a cable compatible to your camera and download the software that supports the camera. You can get the software at www.kodak.com/go/easysharesw

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SOURCE: I bought a Vivitar 50 in 1 card reader. I plugged

Make sure the card is inserted correctly....face up or face down. Insert the card first then, plug it into the Mac.

Posted on May 18, 2010

Testimonial: "Thanks. this was helpful as I had done it just the opposite way. Plug in first, put cad in second. I did manage to upload my photos somehow."

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SOURCE: Kodak cx6330 digital camera. Question

The cause of this problem could be anything - you need to answer the following questions to identify it: 1) Do you actually see your camera on the "My Computer" window and can access files on it (Right click on the camera drive > Explore)? - If you can't - then there might be a problem with your USB cable, they sometimes break (try to change a cable from other similar devices) or with the USB slot on your computer (try different USB slots of your computer), or with the corrupt USB drivers - repair/update them automatically with this free software: http://www.innovative-sol.com/drivermax/index.htm). 2) If can see and access the camera on the "My Computer" window - but can't copy them, there shold be an alert of the insufficient permissions - to fix them Right click on the camera in "My
If none of the above mentioned symptoms characterize your problem - try to plug your camera to other computers of your friends or even find a laptop with memory card reading slot - and then post the results here in this thread. If your card doesn't work even in the laptop card read slot, then your card is damaged. If your card works on laptop card reader slot, but doesn't work while plugged to a computer with different USB cables - then your camera must be brought to the repair service.
P.S. As a long term solution USB memory card reader is a very practical and cheap solution (even for $0.01 if you are lucky): http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p5197.m570.l1313&_nkw=memory+card+reader&_sacat=See-All-Categories
P.P.S. Remember that not all problems you can solve yourself, often a professional repair service is necessary.

Posted on Mar 06, 2011

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SOURCE: I bought a kodak Zi8

Hi.

Apple iMovie does not recognize the format of Kodak movies.

Try the following ways :

1 In iMovie, go to File - Import Movies, and select the your SD card. Open the DCIM folder, find the .MOV files, and import them.

2 Go to Archive --> Import --> Films and select the movie files.

3 Go to Kodak website, download and install the software update and see if that fixes the problem. Here the link,

4 If still no luck use a video converter then import the converted file. here converter software: Squared5 Software

Regards.

Ginko

Posted on Aug 30, 2011

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These memory card are usually USB connections so you should just need to insert it in a USB slot and then insert the memory card. You may find that your computer needs to have the 'Reader' drivers installed. This usually happens automatically when you first try to use the 'Reader' Have you tried locating the USB drive to activate it. Insert the Reader with a memory card in it go into My Computer find the USB drive and double click on it

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First you need to get movies on the tablet.
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3) My favorite: buy a 32GB SD Card and a USB card reader. Use the card reader on a computer to copy movies to the SD Card. Then install the SD Card in the tablet. You can watch the movies on your tablet from the inserted SD Card.

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When you tether with your Android-powered smartphone, you can connect to the Internet on your computer from any location covered by your cellphone service provider's network. Tethering allows your phone to act as a modem for the computer. Tethering applications such as Tether for Android allow you to set up tethering without the need to root your phone. Before tethering, check with your cellphone service provider to determine how much data you are allowed to use without incurring data charges. Excessive use of the Android phone as a modem can cause you to exceed your allotted data.

Search the Android Market on your phone for a tethering application. Applications such as EasyTether and PdaNet are available to download for free. Download the application from the Market. Installation begins immediately after the download. When installation finishes, an icon for the tethering app is placed on the Android's expanded home screen. Open a Web browser on the computer and access the site specified in the tethering application's description in the Market. Download and install the USB drivers needed to tether from the site. When installation is finished, an icon for the tethering application is placed on the computer's desktop. Tap "Settings" on your Android phone, then tap "Applications." Tap "Development" and enable "USB Debugging." When the field turns green, it is enabled. Connect the phone to the computer with its USB cable. Launch the tethering application on the phone. Launch the application on the computer. Click the option to connect to the Internet in the home screen. When the connection is established, confirmation is displayed in the status window.
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http://www.androidcentral.com/android-internet-tether EasyTether shares your Android smartphone connection with your PC. http://www.mobile-stream.com/easytether/android.html

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Got to -

Settings --> Wireless & Network Settings --> Tethering & Portable hotspot.

Check on the way you want the sharing to work. Try USB tethering which should be the most easy to set up. Tethering will work with Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Linux.

For more information on Android tethering, please visit: http://www.android.com/tether#usb

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