i tried all the apps (doubletwist, isyncr etc.) but i found it to be easier just copying the music folders into my phone ; just like i do on itunes. i was just wondering if i drag a folder in to my phone when its already in there, will it copy twice? i.e i have a folder for singles that i download off sites like hotnewhiphop & when i only download one song i drag it to that folder. so will i be able to constantly drag that folder on to my phone every few days & will it only update the new songs or will it multiply every song - everytime i do this.
Alright so I'm trying to copy my music that I downloaded through an app in the play store to my computer and upload it to play music so that I can stream it to my Chrome cast but I can't figure out of to get the songs to my computer.. Do I just connect the phone to the pc then drag from the phone into a folder I make on my desktop?
So I plugged my new Captivate into my PC (Windows 7 64-bit) and the Captivate says it's connected, but the PC shows no signs of it being connected. I called SAmsung support, and from what I could understand of what the "tech" told me, this is a bug, and there's no way for a PC to recognize the Captivate unless there's a memory card installed. is this correct? Once a 16GB memory card is installed, do you have 64-GB of storage space you can use for music, etc?
This seems like a mammoth problem - do they have any timeframe for a fix for this? Or is the "tech" incorrect? I can't believe I just bought a brand new "Smartphone" to replace my old mobile phone and MP3 player, and I can't copy files to it. Help!
Should Samsung Kies be selected as the USB setting? That's the default.
i recently went from a blackberry storm to a HTC incredible. Big switch haha. So my question, the other day one of my friends txted me and asked for another one of my friend's number. So i figured out how to send the Vcard through MMS but my friend didnt have MMS on his phone plan. SO, how do you just copy a contacts number and paste it in a text.
I'm using a Legend atm- and I'm thinking of getting the Desire/Galaxy S, but I'm not sure how I can copy back over my contacts from my Phone to my SIM card.When I first got the phone I copied over my contacts from my SIM to my phone and then cleared out the SIM card- but now I don't get an option from People to Export to SIM card, but I get the option to Export to SD. Having done so I'm not sure if I did it properly because there also isn't an option under View to see info from the SD card- only from Google, Phone and SIM.I really can't be bothered getting an app for this lol. I don't really want to do Google Sync because it isn't exactly as re-assuring as having the info in a SD/SIM card you can hold.So really how do I copy over my contacts from Phone to SIM/Phone to SD Card? And how can I check to see if I've done so properly (I will uncheck Phone from the View menu in People)?Also- how to move all my SMS's from my Phone to SIM/Phone to SD as well?
Is there a simple way of copying text (or partial text) from an SMS. I feel like selecting "Forward Message" and then copying the text (or portions of the text) from the editable field is too unnecessary.
I've tried changing "Additional settings -> Mass storage only" back and forth, and I've also tried using USB in "USB debugging" mode. Nothing works.It is as if copying works for the first file (though not always), but then the phone resets the connection and I have to re-enable the connection.The USB drivers are from the CD. I have the latest firmware. Is there some trick to enable proper copying to and from the i7500? This is driving me nuts.
I have a question, i am new to the android system but i was wondering if there was a way i could copy my sms to the computer from my hero.please help going through a divorce and could use information off phone
I need to view the contents of my app's database on my device.I have read you can copy the database off the phone using 'adb pull' but I really have no idea how to issue this command, or where to find the database on the phone.
I'd like to be able to copy files from a PC on my wireless network, to my SD card, without having to connect my phone (HTC Hero) to my laptop via a cable.I've found Estrongs' ES File Explorer, but I can't manage to get the connection setup via the "add server" thing. No matter what settings I put in there, it just denies that the server exists. I've read the FAQs on their website, but I can't see anything to help.Are there any other apps or ways that I can use to copy files from my PC wirelessly?
How do you copy phone numbers and email addresses etc..from my contacts?I frequently have to do this and so far the only way I can find to do it is to select edit, then it lets me copy.Can this be done?
I'm developing an app that backs up and restores the saves of all Angry Birds Versions. For devices with Android 1.5 or higher I've written a simple input/output file stream, and it works.
On device with Android 4.1 or higher (due probably to the increased security) the Angry Birds saves require more permissions to be copied from my app (rwx isn't enough). Is there a way to change the permission adding root access in my app or is there a solution without adding root?
Arrays.copyOfRange() is unavailable in Android, so I'm wondering what the preferred method of copying arrays is. Manually over a loop, or System.arraycopy()? Also, what was the reason behind the decision to not include Arrays.* ?
I was trying to copy a tracking number from an email in gmail and didn't find a way to do it.There must be a way to select text and I was just pressing the holding the screen like an idiot. Can somebody please shine some light on the subject?
I wanted to know if there is some stock app on the DI that I'm missing or do I need to download an app to do this.I miss being able to copy or cut text and paste it on another text message or e-mail which I could do on my previous phone.If there is another app I need, please advise.
I have two cellphones, different brands, android 2.3.4 and 4.1.2. On the first phone there are some stock ringtones I like that are not on the other phone (both regular ringtones and notification ringtones). I want to copy the ones I like from the first phone and put them on the second phone. I tried looking through the folders on the first phone and can't find any ringtones. Neither of the phones are rooted.
I have an Acer Iconia A500 tab, rooted. The problem is everytime I try to copy an MKV file to the SD inside my tab my windows crashes and restarts. I tried copying other files to the SD and it works like the charm, but when it comes to MKV files it crashes. Note I can copy large files into the SD just not MKV files This makes me mad for a good reason. I've tried and tried solutions, but seem to not come to a happy understanding.
P.S! I have ICS also I do not know why I can't mount my external HDD to the tab either.
Is there any Android app that can automatically copy content from a news article website and paste it into a Google Docs document?I want to be able to archive news articles for future reference. Currently the best I can do is use Delicious but that only saves the URL (which could expire).
I've just got my Desire (loving it already!) and have copied over my contacts from my SIM to Google. On both my SIM view, and when copied over, however, only 1 number is showing per contact when for some of my contacts I have 2 numbers (e.g. home and mobile). These showed up as SIM contacts on my old phone (Nokia) and have definitely not been left behind so they must be on the SIM somewhere. Anyone know how to access these on the Desire and copy them over?
I have a test project with a WebView that displays a html page (demo.html) stored in the assets folder. I've stored images and databases in the assets folder before without any problem, but for some reason now that assets aren't being seen. The code I'm using is as follows;