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    So I just switched to an iPhone 4. I'm trying to access my internal storage of the DInc and the SD card thats plugged into it, but it won't seem to connect. I've tried connecting the USB to the computer and DInc on 2 different computers, but it still won't read on my computer. Anyone got any suggestions?
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    When you plug it in, you should get a popup that asks you if you are just charging, or you want to use USB disk mode, and some other stuff. If you select USB disk mode if should mount both of those storage areas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSG75 View Post
    When you plug it in, you should get a popup that asks you if you are just charging, or you want to use USB disk mode, and some other stuff. If you select USB disk mode if should mount both of those storage areas.
    Yea, normally that does show up, but it isn't showing up anymore ever since I deactivated my phone. Is there any correlation, or just a coincidence and something else is up?
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    Could be cause you are using a different device
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jude526 View Post
    Could be cause you are using a different device
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    no idea what the problem was, i just ended up using astro to move everything to my sd card, then using a micro sd card reader and plugging that directly to my computer.
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    Hey, just curious..... why the move to the iPhone? No judging here, just curiosity...

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    I'm trying to remember - my wife's phone is not here, but I think there is a way to get to the USB options in Settings. I'll look tonight and find it for future reference.
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