1. suncitybob64's Avatar
    I took some videos of a Paul McCartney concert and I have my HTC M8 plugged into my phone put I don't see anyway to Export them to my PC.

    I also went into my device on my PC and opened up the phone and I can't find and folder that contains my videos. One last question. For videos that I am uploading through HTC Sync Manger to my phone from my PC, is there away to put them in a folder on my phone?

    Thank you

    Bob
    08-13-2014 03:35 PM
  2. Indoler's Avatar
    I have my HTC M8 plugged into my phone
    So you have a phone plugged into a phone?

    put I don't see anyway to Export them to my PC.
    Can you see the videos in your M8's gallery? And play them from there?
    If you can, then you can probably also 'share' them from there. Doesn't matter what specific folder on your phone they are in.
    So, then install Dropbox, or another cloud of your choice, on both your M8 and your PC, and 'share' (= upload a copy to) your video(s) with your new cloud. They will then be available in your cloud on your PC too. No cable connections required.
    08-13-2014 04:11 PM
  3. srkmagnus's Avatar
    I took some videos of a Paul McCartney concert and I have my HTC M8 plugged into my phone put I don't see anyway to Export them to my PC.

    I also went into my device on my PC and opened up the phone and I can't find and folder that contains my videos. One last question. For videos that I am uploading through HTC Sync Manger to my phone from my PC, is there away to put them in a folder on my phone?

    Thank you

    Bob
    Does the HTC Sync Manager not let you take the videos from the device and store onto your computer? It should. Otherwise, you can use an app called Wi-Fi file Explorer and transfer through your Wi-Fi network to your computer without connecting.

    With the videos being put onto your phone from computer, use a file manager app to find the video and move it to another location. You can also create folders with the file manager if you would like to customize the folder that videos are placed in.
    Android Optimizer likes this.
    08-13-2014 04:19 PM
  4. suncitybob64's Avatar
    To Ambassador. Which is the best file manager to download on my phone that I can move my videos which I found in my Picture Folder ( don't know why they are there but at least I found them) when I opened up my Device on my PC to move it to another location or like you said create folders with the file manager if you would like to customize the folder that videos are placed in.

    Thank you all.

    Bob
    08-13-2014 06:53 PM
  5. Android Optimizer's Avatar
    you can use an app called Wi-Fi file Explorer and transfer through your Wi-Fi network to your computer without connecting.
    Thanks for pointing out that app. It looks like a good way to copy files from a computer to the phone without needing to connect by USB cable.
    08-13-2014 07:14 PM
  6. Mahender Shahani's Avatar
    use airdroid
    08-13-2014 11:05 PM

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