|Re: The New Apple Tablet - $499!
Group: alt.cellular.attws · Group Profile
Author: Larry Date: Jan 29, 2010 11:03
nospam wrote in news:290120100422593085%%
> different type of lock. can you get to the file system of a typical
> cellphone? no. and what do you need within the file system anyway?
> there really isn't that much of interest to the typical user.
MOTOROLA Z6M on Alltel. The file manager lets me move and copy files
from the EXTERNAL microSD card to the INTERNAL memory or vice
versa....pictures, music, movies, apps, even stupid things it has no
idea what to do with.
Open the menu from the main screen....
Click MEDIA GALLERY
Click VIEW STORAGE DEVICES
Click MEMORY CARD
move down list of hundreds of pictures and highlight the one you want
Click OPTIONS button
Pick MANAGE from the list by right arrowing
Pick DELETE or MOVE or COPY
Move or copy ask where you want to put it.
Pick INTERNAL MEMORY and it moves or copies the file.
Music works the same way with either the SOUNDS or MUSIC PLAYER apps.
You can tell the camera to either put it in internal memory, then
copy/move the movies/pictures to the external card.....or you can just
tell the camera to put its pictures directly onto the external memory
card....no expensive emailing/MMS bullshit to add to your billing
Store as many tiny microSD cards in your wallet as you like. They don't
weigh much, compared to the $100 notes.
If you create a ringtone or the home screen background out of an MP3
file on the external card, it's best to copy it to the internal memory
so the phone can find it when you change cards. Makes good sense....
Any MP3 file that will fit on a card makes a ringtone with a few
keystrokes. No need to add to your bill again for a stupid ringtone
file you already have thousands of on the computer.
I miss Alltel. Verizon customers with the SAME phone don't have these
choices....none of them. Verizon wants you to PAY for your pictures,
over and over and over if they can.