Question about HTC Hero Smartphone
You will need to tell the phone to act like an external card reader. By default, when you connect your phone, it will just charge. You need to mount the sd card and your computer will be able to read the contents.
Pull down your notification screen. It should say "Charge only". Press that and it will come up to a screen where you can change the behavior of the USB connection. Select "Disk drive" and your SD card should pop up on your computer.
Remember when you are done, you will need to reverse the above steps to unmount your SD card. It is just like removing a flash drive in Windows. You do this to prevent data loss and corruption.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
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