Make sure that when you go to My Stuff, you select the correct memory source. The internal memory is located on the upper left hand side and the memory card is on the upper right hand side. By default the phone shows the internal memory, so you have to select the memory card every time you want to access it.
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You are saving eevrything on you phone memory , go to Messaging - options soft key choose Settings , Choose Others , Scroll Down to Memory in USe and select Memory Card and Transfer all MEssages to it without saving them on Phone , you will free up your phone memory and also have enough space for other daya
memory card is the flash storage device.as you have formatted it , it has deleted everything contained in it. so unfortunately there is absolutely no way (even by slightest chance) that you can get the things back on the card...
If you are saving the photos onto the internal memory (not a MicroSD), then you'll need to access it through the "Contents" tool in the PC Suite.
If this is not working, in Phone Settings, go to Connectivity and then USB Connection Mode. Make sure "Data service" is selected.
However, if you have saved the photos onto a memory card, select "Mass Storage" in the settings above. After you connect your phone, it should appear as an external drive (like a USB), which you can directly access.
Either connect the phone to a computer using usb adapter and software provided with phone. If you do not have cable and software, an alternative quicker way is extracting the card, putting it into a card reader for Sony Stick Pro Duo cards. And reading card directly from computer, you will just have to do copy and paste to save files onto your computer.
I guess the best way to copy messages from the phone's internal memory to the memory card (probably a micro SD ) is to archive them...but the phone must have an archiving sofware of some sort, or rather send the messages to your PC via bluetooth..it may help more, although the message copyright may suffer some host information modifications...allthough, if the messages can be saved in the SIM card...please do so...because then, absolutely every mobile phone (with a SIM compatibility) can open the messages to be read...by the way...good luck with the trial, or something
Hi, I downloaded some pictures onto my pc from my digital camera as usual and saw them on the computer was told i was done etc. The next morning i deleated them from my camera but when i went into pictures they were gone and i can't find them anywhere. Help me please, what can i do? Are they still there?
I have posted information in 'hints and tips' regarding media files (pictures mp3s etc). The first thing to remember when sending files to your phone is that they have to be done one at a time as the phone memory is limited. The phone has a memory card inside it which is extra/external to the phone memory. What is confusing is that you cannot send files directly to this memory card so each file you send to the phone has to be moved to the 'external memory' before you send another to the phone.