When trying to take a picture on my razr phone, i get a message: "insert memory card, switch storage device". I've been able to take pictures before but can't now because I keep getting this message. I still have lots of memory in my phone. Only a few picture
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Copy photos from cell phone to computer Connect the supplied USB cable from your cell phone to the USB port on your computer. The computer will see the cell phone as an external storage device or an external mass storage device, you can then open the photo folder on your cell phone and copy the photos to your computer. If the photos are stored on a mini or micro SD memory card then - An alternate method is to remove the mini or micro SD memory card from the cell phone and insert it into an USB card reader then connect it to the USB port on your computer. You can then open the photo folder on the micro or micro SD memory card and copy the photo to your computer.
(this is about the same for all Razrs that take memory cards/Trans flash)
and if it shows up than obviouslt your cards working and the phone knows its there.
if not, a lil trick i found.
Put the transflash card (your lil memory card) into the SD adapter and put it into a camera and take a picture. check and see if the picture is saved on the card. If it is than pop it in your phone and see if you can find that picture. if you dont see it on your camera, its the card.
also if it is listed in your Storage devices.
but for some reason when you take a picture it doesnt save to the memory card?
go into your camera settings and change your storage device to the memory card.
at default it sets your phone as the primary storage, not you memory card.
My device about 90MB which is where everything gets stored by default and because it's the smaller memory it will easily get full. My storage about 8 GB (handset internal memory) Storage card about 8GB depending on your contract (Memory card)
You will need to move items from the "My devices" memory to either the "My storage" or " Storage card" Start Programs File explorer My device My documents Tap and hold on a file Select cut Go to my storage or storage card which ever desired memory Tap and hold paste.
Try change default storage for pictures and video.... So that they no longer saved under My devices memory.
Open camera as you about to take a picture tap on the tool icon tap on the tool change default storage to my storage or storage card
Also change default storage for files transferred via bluetooth...
Start Settings Connections Bluetooth Tap on FTP tab tap on the bar with 3 dots select desired default storage
when u hve videos or too any messages..ur phones memory is bound to be full..and abt ur calls uv got to check it with ur service providerand if that doesnt work try with the motorola dealership...it must be the network problem..All the best
If you are in your pictures or ringtones and you want to get to your memory card, go to options and switch storage device to Trans-T-Flash. If you are wanting to check the memory on your card, go to Settings, Phone status, Storage Devices and it will show the memory on your card and on your phone.
To access your card you have to change the Storage Device.
For example if you want to access your RINGTONES or SOUNDS, do as follows:
1. Go to MY STUFF menu by pressing the CIRCLED button betten the GREEN (SEND CALL) and the RED (ON/OFF) buttons.
2. Select for example SOUNDS.
3. Hit the middle multiple bar between the BACK and GO TO options on screen (SOUNDS MENU).
4. Select SWITCH STORAGE DEVICE and select the CARD option.
You're now accessing and STORING data on your MEMORY CARD.