By the manual, eris only support up to 16gb of sd card. Does anyone try to use 32gb? - I fount the answer.... It was a really dumb question and I found similar post.... Actually, I want to delete this post but I don't know how to do.
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 have the HTC EVO 4G with a 16GB memory card inserted. I am almost out of space with my audio books etc so I was thinking of upgrading to a 32GB memory card. What is the best way to use the 32GB card with all the content currently on the 16GB card. Would using my CPU to hold the 16GB's data then copying to the 32GB card work?
I'm going ahead and grabbing a few generic accessories before my first Android arrives and I wanted to get people's opinions. I know in the end it's personal preference but I though it would be interesting to get other perspectives.
I plan to get some sort of micro sdhc storage for my phone. I was all set on getting a 16gb class 6 card and am still kind of leaning that way. But I noticed that I can get 3 of the 8gb class 6 microsdhc cards for the same price. What would you do? I mean it certainly is more convenient to just be able to leave the one card in the phone and not worry about it but is it worth the extra 8gb of space to switch them in and out and keep track of the tiny little things?
I have bought 16gb card Copied all old files turned on my phone and all my mp3s disappeared.Weird but ok I have plugged it on again copied again and again files are not there? Took off the card connected to PC via card reader formatted it copied again plugged off plugged in files on the card plugged in to the desire turned on the phone files gone after couple more attempts I have only 2 folders with mp3s but rest is empty.I dont know what is going on.
I wanted to load up an A-DATA 16GB Class 6 card with music tonight so I can listen to music at work on the Evo tomorrow at work after i pick up phone in the morning...my questions is, since my PC (Windows 7) didn't need to format the card, will the phone need to do any formatting? Hoping I can just throw the card in at Radio Shack and enjoy my tunes.
I have bee getting a notification for the past few weeks saying storage is almost full. I switched from a small 4gb SD to a 16gb SD and within an hour of switching to the larger card I began getting the notification again.
I want to add my gmail settings to the native mail app and use that for gmail instead of using the gmail app. I dont like how you cant attach a file other than a photo using the gmail app and I like the layout of the native mail app.If you add your gmail account to the native mail app can you still receive push email? I plan on disabling the sync settings for google in the main settings but that shouldn't affect an account added to the main mail app.
Can someone with 2.1 please tell me if there are any changes/enhancements to the HTC built exchange support on the device?I'd love to upgrade, but mine is a company phone and the IT guys would probably just take it away if I got into trouble with it.Specifically, is any of the following changed? I expect most of these answers to be no, but any yes would be great.
1. Corporate directory: Is it possible to see phone numbers now in addition to emails? Is it still 10 menus deep? 2. Is there autosync and notifications for email subfolders? 3. Out of Office reply options? 4. Can you sync tasks? 5. Does the calendar have a week view? 6. Notifications on 1.5 only show a "new email" message, does 2.1 show sender/subject info in the notification (like gmail and txts do)?Also, is TouchDown available on the 2.1 market, or is it protected?
I have the OTA update and have had several issues that through this forum I've tried to correct but it just keeps getting more frustrating every day. I was on vacation and was using it as an alarm only to find that if you don't turn off and on the alarm every day, it won't work (and I had it set to S-S). I miss calls all the time, all over town, going straight to voice mail. The dialer lags all the time (except when I accidentally hit the wrong number, then it works like a champ ). My voice mail programed pin hesitates every time, not like the lighting speed it used to run on 1.5; so much so I'm not sure it will go through sometimes. My email notifications stutter or doubles for the same email. The phone gets very warm when I haven't used it for several hours and within a good cell signal area so I know it shouldn't be working to get a signal.
With all that said, I really liked the phone on 1.5 and would kill to get it back to that but I don't see that as a viable solution.I stopped into one of the local stores and told the guy I wanted my phone to work like it used to.He said I needed to take it to one of the tech support shops and be prepared to leave it for several hours for it to be checked.So here is my question (finally).I want to take it to the shop in case it is a bad handset but I need to clear the phone of sensitive information first.I get all my work emails on my phone, many of them sensitive information, along with web site access to my company's internal system. I need to make sure that all that information is cleared from the phone before I take it in.
I'm sure that this has been asked before, but after searching the forum I came up with some older posts regarding flash player (obviously not released at that point). Anyways, I received my HTC Incredible and noticed that it has full flash support, but my brother's HTC Eris does not. Is there any release for flash for the Eris or does it have to wait until the full release?
I decided I wanted to delete my gmail account on my Droid Eris and add my primary gmail account. ex. went into managae apps and cleared data for account1 @gmail .com, then I reset up my phone with account2 @gmail.com. I just realized by clearing data, I deleted all of my contacts off of my phone. Luckily I went online and checked firstname.lastname@example.org to see that all of my contacts were still there. How do I get them back onto my phone? Do I need to transfer the contacts from this account to email@example.com? And how do I transfer them? Simply, how do I get my contacts into account2, my primary gmail account on my droid eris, and also back onto the phone?
I just bought a SanDisk 32gb microSDHC card to replace the 16gb which came with my Droid-X. I have explored it some using the Astro free file browser found in the Android Market. It seems that the filesystem is some form of Linux/Unix (EXT/EXT2/EXT3).
How can I copy everything from the existing 16gb card to the new 32gb card using a Windows pc?
It's one thing to read/write from/to the card from a Windows PC while the card is still in the Droid. It's another thing to read/write from/to it while the card is mounted in a reader on the Windows PC. I am concerned about screwing up file permissions, privileges, the structure and getting all hidden files.
i am looking for the information that can tell me if the sim/usim card inserted accept/support 2G and/or 3G? I need this information in order to adapt some call to the sim card. If the sim card support only 2G network, an APDU will be call, then if the usim card is 3G another APDU will be called instead.
If you enable device encryption on devices with external sd card, the external sd card always remains unencrypted. As you cannot really control for every app where to store its data, you have some of your app-data on internal sd (encrypted) and some of you app-data on external sd (encrypted). To me this seems to be a security hole, concerning device encryption. why cm team does not include encryption for external sd cards, like some oems do? They put so much effort in security features and on the other side they leave parts of the local storage encrypted?