Well, it's simple: when I transfer files from the USB device to my laptop it happens that only one part of the files is actually transfered and after that the transfer window freezes. After that, when I try to transfer the rest of the files, I get a message saying that the files are not there anymore, so I have to unplug it and then put it back again and the files are still there.
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Re: File Transfer Failed
Transfer window is vague.. Are you deleting old stuff you do not need.. How much memory is left on your memory stick.
Also it may help to open your memory stick in my computer to see what you really have on it and how big it is and if it is compatible... like say you have window xp on your laptop and vista on another..
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Connect the USB cable from the device to the computer.
From the home screen of the device, swipe down the Status bar.
Tap the USB prompt.
Tap File transfers.
On the computer, click the Start button, then click File Explorer.
Note: If Tap to choose what happens with this device pops-up, click on it, then click Open device to view files and skip the next step.
Click This PC, then double-click the device name under Devices and drives.
Double-click Phone to explore the content of your phone's internal memory.
Note: If a memory card is inserted in the device, double-click SD card to explore the content of the memory card.
Drag and drop files into the appropriate folders and/or subfolders as preferred.
Music files are typically stored in a folder titled Music.
Photos and Videos captured with the handset camera are typically stored in a folder titled DCIM.
Note: 3rd Party applications may store photos in different storage locations. Consult the application's support website or contact the developer for further assistance.
Once the file transfer is complete, disconnect the USB cable.
The files are now transferred.
What do you need to transfer?
You can use android transfer app, which allows you to save a lot of time to transfer or backup text messages, contacts, photos, and other media files like videos, music files.
With the help of those backup tools, you can easily transfer files from android to computer.
This is true, files that are about 500-600 MB and above should not be sent via Bluetooth, you may spend almost an hour waiting for it transfer and it may disconnect at 95%. Please use a USB cable to transfer file to PC and then to other device via USB the fastest and the safest method
I got the same thing - my computer would charge the device, but not recognize it to allow file transfer. it was the same for all USB ports. I tried using the USB cable from my old Samsung YP-T9, and it actually worked immediately. So it is not the device itself, but the USB cable, for some reason. I don't know how to solve the problem with the HTC HD2 cable, though.
• The USB mode uses a file transfer class called the MSC (Mass Storage Class). This was developed as a way for files to be transferred onto an external drive such as a flash drive or an external hard drive. • In this mode, your mp3 player will look and function like an external hard drive in that it will appear in My Computer as a separate drive. This transfer class is not very specific to the transfer of media files so the MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) was introduced. • The difference with media files, specifically music files, is that they demand much more management. • Downloading services can require special licensing and a limit on the number of playbacks a music file can have. • The acquisition, restoration, updating, and backing up of these licenses as well as compatibility issues with file type and compression ratio within these digital music players demanded a more user-friendly and functional approach to file transfers. • For this reason, you will need to have Windows Media Player 10 or 11 available on your computer to utilize MTP. • Those with Windows Media Player 9 on their Windows 98 SE, Windows Millennium Edition, and Windows 2000 operating system will need to update using our Download Center. • We recommend the use of MTP over MSC (the USB mode on your player) because it is more specific to the transfer of music files. To change this setting, press the power button on your device once it’s connected to the computer until the USB icon disappears.
Otie, Is this the only unit having trouble? Have you checked your firewall settings? Not knowing the error messege I will just throw my 2 cents in... Have there been any updates to the XP Pro? Has there been any ProComm updates that may have affected the machine. You may need to reset and reconfigure the modem. There could even be some kind of interference at the Telco Office.
Just some thoughts,