I'm trying to transfer a 5gb file onto my Eris. The SD card is mounted, and it shows that 7gb is free. I am able to copy over a 1gb file to and from, but when I try the 5gb file, I receive the following message:The disk in the destination drive is full. Insert a new disk to continue. Retry Cancel.If I click Retry, I get the following:
Cannot copy (filename): there is not enough free disk space. What's the deal? Anyone know how to get this to work?
When I install it, are there files Android saved on my old microSD card I need to copy to my computer and transfer to the new card? It seems like most files are saved to the SD card rather than the internal memory for my apps and don't want to cause any issues when I put the new one in.
I'm trying to unbundle a binary file (sound1.ogg) and store it on the sdcard.So it starts out as a raw resource (R.raw.sound1) and should end up as a copy named /sdcard/ mydir/sound1.ogg I wrote a method called something like copyResourceToFile() and did a copy via file descriptors / streams. But the target file just isn't right.If I do a buffered read, the target file ends up being WAY bigger - like 10x bigger.If I just do a byte-by-byte read for the size of the original file, the target file is the right size but is not the same file. Is there a simpler (well, correct/working) way to do this thing?
I am using the ES File Explorer on my HTC One M8, but it doesn't allow me to copy pictures on my SD card. Root Explorer also not. Is it because of Kitkat? Are there any other file browsers that allow copying stuff to the SD card?
When making an image I accidentally had Clockworkmod image be saved to the device itself instead of being saved to the external SD card.
I am able to browse to it using Root Explorer and select to Copy it, but how do I PASTE it onto the external SD card when Root Explorer only accesses the device directory and not the external SD card?
Quick 2nd question: I know on some previous devices such as the Galaxy S 4G you were *not* supposed to run Clockworkmod after booting in and from the Apps Drawer, instead you were only supposed to run directly from the startup screen before booting in. Is it OK to actually start the Clockwork Backup/Restore process from the Apps Drawer of the Galaxy S4 and let it reboot and do its thing or is it only supposed to be run BEFORE booting in?
Just downloaded a file manager (two, actually - deciding which one I like best), but in accessing my SD card, I notices a bunch of folders with nothing in them. I'm wondering if this is possibly due to when I switched from my Motorola Droid, they allowed me to take that 16 gb card and put it in my Eris since I had some downloads and photos on it (and, yes, I had to buy a replacement 16 gb card for the Droid, so now I have an extra 8 gig card just laying around doing nothing). So I was wondering, does anyone else have these files? Are they safe to delete? Should I delete them or just leave them? Here is the "tree." I've indented sub folders five spaces and put in parenthesis if the folder/subfolder contains any files/info.
SD .bookmark_thumb1 (empty) .footprints thumbnails (empty) voices (empty) .voicerecorder voices (empty) Backgrounds (bunch of files I've downloaded. keeping this one) Cellebrite (not a "folder" - has a "page" icon and when I select it, it gives me a message "file type vcf not found") DCIM .thumbnails (empty) 100ANDRO (empty) 100MEDIA (pictures I've taken) Camera (empty) LOST.DIR (empty) download (.pdf I downloaded when I had my Droid. It's an instruction sheet for my jawbone headset) google_maps_navigation cache (7 .wav files and two other files. tilecache_ImageTileSt - both start with this, but I can't see the rest of the extension. One is 6KB, the other 163KB.) - When I play the .wav files, they give me "directions." I think it's to a place when I went when I had my Droid, but I don't remember and I certainly don't remember saving the location.
debug (empty) LOST.DIR (empty) prettyweather-googlecode-com clock (clock-default.zip) (bunch of other folders skins I think I downloaded when I owned the Droid and downloaded the BeautifulWidgets clock that looks like the one on the Eris) rosie_scroll (empty) tmp (empty)
Trying to ADB push and this is the error I get: Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:Documents and SettingsLori>cd/ C:Documents and SettingsLori>cd C:Documents and SettingsLoriDesktopAndroid SDKandroid-sdk-windowstools
C:Documents and SettingsLoriDesktopAndroidSDKandroid-sdk-windowstools>moun t -oremount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock4 /system 'mount' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file. C:Documents and SettingsLoriDesktopAndroidSDKandroid-sdk-windowstools>rm/ system/app/Browser.odex 'rm' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
C:Documents and SettingsLoriDesktopAndroidSDKandroid-sdk-windowstools>adb push libmtwebcore.so /system/lib failed to copy 'libmtwebcore.so' to '/system/lib/libmtwebcore.so': Read-only file system C:Documents and SettingsLoriDesktopAndroidSDKandroid-sdk-windowstools>adb push Browser.apk /system/app/Browser.apk failed to copy 'Browser.apk' to '/system/app/Browser.apk': Read-only file system C:Documents and SettingsLoriDesktopAndroidSDKandroid-sdk-windowstools>
I picked up my Droid 2 this past Saturday, and immediately ordered a 16GB Transcend Class 6 micro SD card for it. To install it, I plugged my Droid into my PC (Linux machine), un-hid all the hidden files, copied them to my desktop, then disconnected the Droid, took the stock card out, plugged the new card in, and copied the files back. After a reboot of the Droid, everything seemed OK.The problems started while copying songs onto the Droid. The copy process froze, and ever since, the phone had problems with this card. It's sluggish, and hangs on shut-down.Is there a proper way to upgrade to a new card that I don't know about? The guys at the Verizon store didn't have any ideas.
I'm upgrading from my Droid 1 to the Droid X tomorrow and would like to start my use of the DX with it's new 32gb card in place of my old 16gb card from my Droid 1 but need to know if there's anything required to copy from my droid 1 16gb card to my new DX 32 gb card that would be required or helpful in the DX use.I will obviously transfer music/vids/pics but are there any essential files, apps, etc. that are needed.Or is it a good idea to use my paid MyBackupPro to copy the old Droid 1 apps/data for use in the DX larger memory card or is this not copatible to perform between the 2 devices?
I took a bunch of pics with my camera and saved them. I can see them on my phone; I would like to copy them to my PC, but I cannot find them. I thought they would be in "my-pix", but I do not see them.
Every time. I load a froyo ROM this pops up. I'm running. Nonsensikal 1.5 now but others have said this too and I know my SD card is not blank. Do I have the wrong card in there. Its the stock 8gb. It doesn't. Let me download any Apps. that require SD permission. What do I do because I really want to keep this ROM.
It appears that copy protected apps are now available for us Eris users who have the leaked versions. Just thought I'd let you know. So, if you went to a leaked version and miss those apps that suddenly disappeared from the Market, go check to see if they are there.
Does anyone have a clever method for inserting phone numbers into a text message? For example- I work in music, and people frequently call or text asking for the phone numbers of cellists and violinists I know so they can hire them for recording sessions. "Sure," I reply, "I'll text the numbers to you." Then, I have to look up the numbers in my People app, write them down on a piece of paper (or on a notepad on my computer), and then write the names and numbers into a text message. That works for home, but when I'm on the road it really screws the process. Can I start the text message and then import the names and numbers as text? I really want to be able to add more than contact to the text message (I'm not talking about recipients here, I mean sending a text that is a list of names and phone numbers).
I used the video camera on my Eris to record a video, but I can't seem to find the folder that the video is stored in when I connect it to my computer, so I cannot copy it to my computer. I used Astro to try to find it on the phone, but I can't seem to find it that way either.
The file is too large to send via email, and I cannot use bluetooth transfer. I would like to get the video off of my phone, and onto my computer. Any suggestions?
1. Is there any way to copy a picture from the Internet and save it to my Eris? 2. I tried watching a trailer on IMDB and it was way too slow and choppy. Is that how any video will be or is there way to improve watching videos from the Internet?