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If you have a MicroSD card, and the phone has a slot for it, just slide it in, and move all your pictures onto the card via file. After this you can pop out the card and they have a bigger one much like a camera storage card that you can slide the smaller SD card into and slide into your computer and viola! You have everything.
make sure that all of the files that you have sent before via bleutooth was move on your memory card.take a lokk at your phone memory on how much is the free space.because once you transfer file via bluetooth it uses your phone memory. check your inbox outbox and myfolders.delete or move the files that is in there.then try to send via bluetooth again.hope I explained it well.
ive been trying for ages to do this and its so easy but no one seems to be explaining it easy! Your phone without the memory card only holds one or two songs. you must have songs in there for it to say memory full. Go to this song press options , file, move to extrenal. Now try and send a song through bluetooth. You will be able to recieve it now you have freed up spave on the phones own memory. Remember to save it to external straight away so u can recieve the next item. Easy peasy!
dats a load of waffle wat do u work for lg or somethung?? The bluetooth is full of problems but if u have a usb cable you can transfer files either directly onto the memory card or you can put one on your phone then maually transfer to the external card. Lg really messed up with this though
I had the same problem and realised that you have to copy the file from the music section on your external memory to the sounds section. Firstly I sent an album to my memory card via windows media player and it went to the music section. My phone recongnised it was there on the external memory but not when I tried to play it through the mp3. I read an earlier message and it mentioned that the music needs to go into the sounds file so I copied it to that file and hey presto, I have music on my external memory that actually plays lol
when you plug in connect the phone via the usb cord a window should pop up asking if you want to view the folder. select this option. when you click it, you should see four folders. dcim, music, email, bluetooth. click on dcim. your videos should be stored in this folder. just click and drag them into whichever folder on your pc you want them in. or, when you connect your phone it will give you four options. transfer music, mass storage, phone as modem, pict bridge. select transfer music. this should make the previously mentioned window pop up and you can follow my instructions from there. or, if you have you videos stored in the 'in phone' part of your phones memory you need to move them to your 'memory card' memory. just select 'options', then 'move'.
first of all you select the photo you want to move onto the memory card and click OPTIONS, then go MANAGE and click MOVE. Then you will get to options MEMORY CARD and BLUETOOTH, click on MEMORY CARD and it will copy to your memoey card. this will work for any pictures, music and videos you want to move onto your memory card