I had a Micro SD in my Razr. I have a lot of pics and videos on it. I bought a Krzr and transfered the SD. It Recognizes the SD, but it won't show that there is any files on it. I put it back into the Razr, and it still shows the files there. Any idea why my Krzr recognizes the SD but won't read any of the files on it?
After installing your SD chip in the phone, the KRZR should have created some new folders on your chip. Move the pictures and MP3s currently on your chip from the folders where your old phone stored them to these new folders my_pix and my_music. Should work fine.
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If you have a micro SD card that has an adapter for your computer you can plug it into your computer and open it inside an explorer window and drag and drop pictures from your computer folder to your picture folder on the micro SD card. You can definitely do it. I just did it for a friend of mine and it works perfectly. That's why they sell the micro SD cards with the adapters for your computers...so you can transfer things back and forth. Mine is the 8GB Kingston that comes with adapters from micro to mini to regular SD card and to USB port. I bought it from Newegg.com for under $20.
Are the pics saved to phone or in the camera? If saved to phone.Do you still have service for the internet on the phone? If you do you can send the pics to an email address. If in camera you need a 2 gb or lower micro sd card, micro sd card reader, and a sd card reader.
Use Windows Explorer - START > right click > Select explore. Now
scroll down on
the left panel until you see the entry for your mobile. Click the (+)
next to the entry to expand. Scroll down to the appropriate folder and
copy all the pics you want to transfer. (right click, copy. For
multiple selections, hold down the CTRL key and click on the pics you
want one by one) Now select the folder on your PC where you want to copy the pics to, and right click -paste them there.
If you want to copy to SD Card, Select image and select more options > move to > memory card. However, you may have to do this for each photo individually. The previous method is easy and fast..
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Hi Big Bran, There are 4 methods to transfer pics n videos from mobile to pc. They are through : 1) Bluetooth 2) Infrared Device 3) PC suite via USB data cable 4) MMC reader. ( memory card reader) I think u r new user of this mobile phone. For u, I recommend u to use Memory card reader. It is very easy and fast. Process : Take out memory card of ur mobile and insert in the MMC reader. ( It is easily found in the market and they provide u with adapter like a micro SD memory card to insert ur mini Memory card in it ). Join the MMC reader fitted with ur MMC in PC. Now, it shows a new drive like as CD drives. Now copy or transfer pics or mp3s or videos via it like u do in other drives(pen drives, floppy drives). I think u may have mini Memory card. For it to be fit in MMC reader, u need a small casing adapter which is like a micro SD memory card. INsert ur MMC in it, and ur drive will be shown. ================================================ Looking for ur kind feedback, SAJAN (firstname.lastname@example.org)