Whenever I try to copy larger files (over 500kByte) to the SD card (or aprogram is installing these files, in my case TomTom navigation maps) the USB - cradle - iPaq connection stalls after some time. Only cancelling the file transfer and removing/reinserting the iPaq in the cradle brings back the communication. I have XP SP2 and activesync 3.8.0.
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Remove SD card, connect to PC using a card reader (and adapter if needed), copy files to PC. Connect a larger capacity SD card to PC, copy files from PC to new, larger SD card, install new SD card in phone.
Connect phone to PC with USB cable, then do same process as above.
Back up phone to Google, Samsung, or other cloud resource. Replace SD card with larger one. Restore phone from cloud.
First you need to get movies on the tablet.
You can do this in several ways.
1) You can download movies from internet directly on the tablet.
2) You can connect the tablet to a computer via USB and copy movie files to the tablet.
3) My favorite: buy a 32GB SD Card and a USB card reader. Use the card reader on a computer to copy movies to the SD Card. Then install the SD Card in the tablet. You can watch the movies on your tablet from the inserted SD Card.
Movies are mostly very large files.
Keeping them on a removable SD Card prevents using up all the internal storage space of your tablet.
Organizing movies on the SD Card using a card reader on a separate computer usually works faster.
With Windows Explorer you can use drag and drop method. or the copy and paste method. Use the SD card as you would a Floppy opps did I date myself. You my have to download drivers for your card but usally it is included on the SD card. Highlight the file you downloaded right click copy then open up your SD card it would have been assigned a drive letter and paste it. Ir my take a couple minuyes to copy large files.
When you install a larger SD card it will be a fresh empty memory card. Your existing 8Gb SD card will still have the the 5 hour gig data on it. You can insert the 8Gb SD memory card into an USB memory card reader and plug this into the USB port on your computer. The computer will see this SD memory card and adapter as an external storage device. You can then open the audio folder on theis SD memory card and copy this file to your computer.
Possible that the video files or the memory sd card is corrupt with some virus or malware . It will be good to have the sd card taken out and scanned with a PC. If so remove the files to a new folder and format the SD card,now copy only the safe files and videos to you card and try.
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Does your phone have an SD or similar card? If so maybe there is a little tab on the side of the card that needs to be slid down or up, depending on its current position, to release the copy protection.
I know that this can be the case with the larger Micro SD adapters, in which you slot your small SD card into a larger card (the adapter) in order to interface it with card readers and the like.
try to remove your sd card and open it in a pc using a card reader... there you can copy the files and transfer it to other disk... maybe its almost full.. make a copy of everything and format your sd card. this will give you more space. 6600 slows down if the memory card is loaded try to remove other files especially large files. a full sd card slows down the cp's performance...