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A microSD device is a digital storage device used in many Mobile Phones Cameras and MP3 players. It is a smaller version of the standard SD memory card, about one-quarter its , and has a storage capacity that ranges from 128MB to 4GB. In order for you to read files inside the microSD card using your computer, you need either a microSD card reader or a microSD card adapter. Insert the microSD card into the microSD card reader and make sure that the card is properly connected to the device. Plug the microSD card reader into a USB port in your computer and wait for the computer to recognize the device. Use a microSD card adapter to read your microSD card if you do not have a microSD card reader. A microSD adapter basically looks like a standard SD card but is designed to accommodate a microSD card to fit the SD card slot. Simply insert the microSD card into the microSD adapter and then plug the adapter into the SD slot in your computer. Plug the SD card adapter into an SD card reader if the computer you are using does not have an SD slot. Consequently, plug the SD card reader into a USB port in your computer. Use your phone to read your microSD card. Plug one end of the USB cable that comes with your camera or phone to the mini USB port in your device and plug the other end to a USB port in your computer. When you are prompted that the device is recognized, install syncing software (if applicable). Many cameras phones and MP3 players can be connected to the computer without using any software. Navigate to the location of the removable drive. Open the folder to see if you can browse the files in the microSD card.
The LG800G works with microSD cards. Your 4GB card is actually a microSDHC card. While it fits into the slot, it's electronically incompatible and will not work with this phone. You need to use microSD cards, 2GB and smaller.
face up. gently push till it clicks. it should only fit in the slot one way. (make sure the slot is the same width as the card. Do not use the Larger slots. Typically you insert (gold) contacts down, and in first. to remove, push till you feel click, then pull.
Be aware that some new micro SD cards have formats that older,( 2 years ago) laptops will not recognize. I think they are marked HD. or HC. Cards. Most of my devices Wont recognize this new format.
Go to Device manager and totally remove/un-install ALL/ anything USB...
Then reboot the PC, DO NOT plug anything USB in yet.
PC will start then install usb structure.. then reboot.
NOW try ya USB things ... ya prob good to go.
No problem at all. As long as the phone recognizes the memory card, you can transfer the pics from it. What you do is - connect the phone to the PC as a Mass Storage Device through a data cable using the USB port. It will appear in My Computer as an additional drive which can be used as any other drive in the HDD. Copy, paste, delete, whatever.
However, remember that after the file transfer you must first stop using the card from an icon in the system tray and only when it tell you that it is safe to remove the card, then only detach it from the PC. Else there are chances of you card getting damaged.