I have the USB Modem but when I look for the phone on File Manager, it's not there. I really do not want to email 10 pictures to my email client. Can't I use the USB connection to access the pictures file?
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Select File Manager icon on the tool bar (or
select Tool then File Manager). Once File Manager is opened, on the top
left window, you can find My Phone. After expend it, you can find a
folder called My Photo. Click on My Photo and the name of all the photos
will be listed on the next window. Select the photos that you would
like to download. The download icon will be highlighted. On the bottom
half is a file explorer window for your PC, select the path / location
where you want the photos to be downloaded. Then click the download
icon and the photos will be downloaded to your PC.
then, if you want to make use of a U.S.B cable, quickly get an original U.S.B cable for your Samsung Star GT-S5233 Cell Phone plug it to the phone and connect it to your pc, you will be notified that an external drive has been inserted to your pc.. quickly open it, select the pictures you need to make use of, copy and save them on your desktop, or right click on the pictures using your mouse, select send to, then select my computer.....
try downloading themes at www.zedge.net or www.mobile9.com (be sure to have your theme compatible to your phone). download your theme via USB directly to your cellphone or to your PC and transfer it to your cellphone via USB cable also. on your phone, go to file manager, select the theme name, click it and it will install automatically. try it.
Download and install 'Astro File Manager' from the market for free.
Connect phone to pc and save the app or game you want to install to your SD card.
Disconnect phone from pc.
Go into Astro on the phone - you can now browse your SD card or phone.
Browse to the game or app and click on it.
Select 'Open App Manager' and you then have an option to install.
Once the app is installed, you can use the same procedure to un-install it.
NOTE - if you're downloading Android apps from the internet rather than the market, a lot of them are not actually compatible with the X10, but there are some really good ones out there.
Connect ur phone with pc via USB start the samsung pc suit software and then close it. Next right click MY COMPUTER and go to device manager VIA hardware.Click to the modem option and then click the Samsung modem then select the advanced option and then advanced port settings. U'LL FIND THE COM PORT NO. ENTER THE SAME IN TK FILE COM PORT OPTION AND THEN CONNECT.
you can use the cable the came with the phone and connect it to the pc via usb but you can only transfer them when you connect the phone to the pc while the phone is switch on and you select the "FILE TRANSFER" menu
if you have an internet plan on your phone you can send that file throught it. And if your phone has bluetooth and PC with bluetooth you can sync both device without problem. Or if your phone has an external memory capable (SD,MS,Pro,MMC,XD, etc..) put that kind of memory on your phone and save to that external and transfer it to your PC.
I had the same problem myself with a v3i, check in the Hardware Manager of Windows if in the Modem section you have a "Standard Modem" listed, if yes, then uninstall it and restart MPT and there, after hitting F6, check the configuration and select the Motorola Modem you will there find (not the speaker modem thing or sth) and it should work.