Question about HTC Touch HD T8282 T8282
Easy. there are three possible solutions. With the android system its even easier. You can start by plugging the USB connector into your computer. If the screens pops up (on your phone) about what kind of connection you'd like to have you simply choose the data transfer option. Your phone will then show up as an external drive on your computer. If that doesn't work, you can get an adapter for an SDMicro, plug it in and voila! It will show up as an external drive. Finally, If all else fails and you happen to have a computer with bluetooth capabilities, you can connect to your phone as a device by making your phone discoverable and transfer the data that way.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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