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When the phone is plugged into computer via usb port, on the display of the phone will say usb modem , usb mass storage device with a checkmark beside it. tap where it says "usb mass storage device
" on the display of the phone. on your computer it should begin to install device drivers, and now you can view or transfer files to/from the phone. note: you need to have a micro sd card installed on the phone before you can select usb mass storage under usb phone settings. hope this helps because i like to never found the answer, had to call lg customner service to find the answer, this info is not in the owners manual or anywhere to be found on the internet.

Posted on Jun 08, 2010

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