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Connected as USB Drive-Files On Memory Card Not Available Now

Im trying to use a USB cable to connect my phone to the computer so i can take the pictures from my camera on my phone to the computer and i get this message "Connected as USB Drive-Files: On Memory Card Not Available Now "

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Go to , sign-up and then download the usb drivers for the motorola

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I can't get anything to transfer to my 16gb sd card.

Hello Christie!
Make the SD card is inserted properly into the slot.
  • Go to settings on the phone then storage. Check there to see if the card and available memory is listed.
  • You will need to set up where your files ie music,photos etc... store on the phone. Choose SD Card.
  • Plug the phone into a USB port on your computer via a USB cable and select "USB Connected" so that you can transfer files to and from your phone.
  • Also you can select "As USB Storage" so you can view all other options.
  • If you can not see the SD card, it might be Defective. Or the cable is defective too.
Here is a link for the Blu Studio 5.5, it has the same features as your phone.
Best of Luck,

Jul 07, 2015 | Cell Phones


How to Transfer Files from Cellphone to Laptop and Vice Versa

<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 /> </span>

on Jan 28, 2011 | Cell Phones

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Hi there. I cant seem to figure out how to download or install the software to put music on my phone. Same with getting pictures off of it. I plug it in and it doesnt seem to find my device.. or the...

You dont need any software for these things. Your phone can be connected as memory card in computer and then you can move files just like a normal usb drive.
Connect your phone to computer with data cable. Go to settings, Connections, data cable Select Mass memory instead of modem.,
You will see your phone in computer just like a usb drive. You can copy music files and takee images from it.

Jun 07, 2011 | Cell Phones

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Cannot exchange the data between my computer and my mobile my computer use window 7 Thanks in advance

Whenever you connect your phone to a computer using the USB cable, the Connect to PC screen opens and lets you choose the type of USB connection. Select one of the following choices, and then tap Done: Charge only Select this option if you only want to charge the battery while your phone is connected to your computer. HTC Sync Select this option to synchronize contacts, calendar, and other information between your computer and your phone. Disk drive This mode is available only when there's a microSD card on your phone. Select this mode when you want to copy files between your phone's storage card and your computer.

When Disk drive mode is enabled while your phone is connected to the computer, you will not be able to use apps on your phone to access the storage card.

May 03, 2011 | HTC Desire HD Cell Phone

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I am trying to take my pictures off the phone and transfered to my computer, IT DOESN'T RECOGNIZE MY PHONE

Welcome to Fixya

Try the alternate way of transferring the pictures to your computer instead of using cable.

To download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer. Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. Just drag&drop pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files.

Thank you

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you can connect through usb cable and transfer the pictures from the phone to the pc.

Mar 14, 2011 | HTC Aria Cell Phone

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Cant get usb data cable to work

As long as you have a memory card installed in your phone, you should have no problem. Use a micro SD card of no larger than 4 GB. Attach the cable to your phone and computer via an available usb port. Your pc will then recognize your memory card as a mass storage device, and you cn drag and drop your files to and from the computer.Make sure your phone usb connection is set to mass storage.

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Putting songs from my computer to my memory card for my samsung E250?


just connect the usb cable that comes with he phone in package.

connect it to PC usb and the PC will automatically detects it.

if phone ask what type of connection? choose data transfer.

your pc will add another drive (EG. drive: F) that means that your phone is connected and ready for transfer any files..

Jun 10, 2008 | Cell Phones

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Transfering photos from pc to lg prada

Although I could not get the sync software to work on my computer, I could still transfer files by connection it to my laptop through USB. It's just a simple case of plug and play. The phone will become the next available drive letter, and the sd card is the letter after that. E.g in my case, my hard drives take up the C:/ and D:/ drive, my sd and memory card readers take up E:/ and F:/ drive, and my CD drive is G:/. So the next available drives would be H:/ & I:/
It's very easy to transfer files between the phone and the computer as it's just a case of dragging and dropping into the folders.
When connected to the computer, the phone cannot receive calls or messages. It charges through the computer when connected by USB lead, so there's no worrying about running out of battery while your in the middle of transferring songs or pictures.

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Connectivity - usb cable

im not a genius or anything but i have nokia pc suite and i cant drag files to my phone either. i usually just plug the memory card into the computer and it comes up as a memory card with the images and video clips folders etc. im pretty sure its faster than the usb cable. you could also buy a usb infrared thing but they are very slow to transfer files. so if you really want to use your usb cable then this question wouldnt've helpd. thanks. Louis

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