1. Galunga_Unga's Avatar
    I am running windows 7 my computer connects to my phone when I plug in the USB connection. It shows up as a removable hard drive. I am able to move songs to my phone and I am able to view videos that are stored on my phone (transferred from my old phone) in the folder "Saved Video." However, I cannot find the videos I have recorded on my Charge anywhere within the folders. When I go into gallery on my phone while it is plugged in, it says "no items found" with a message that pops up saying "No SD card detected." When I unplug the phone, it rescans the SD card and then everything pops up normally on my phone. Shouldn't I be able to just drag and drop videos onto my computer? Am I just doing something wrong?
    06-27-2011 09:21 PM
  2. dajobo's Avatar
    What you need to do, after your phone is plugged into your computer, go to "my computer". Then find the drive that corresponds to your phone, and right click on it, then click "open". You should be able to see the folder view. Its under DCIM > CAMERA. The videos are mixed with the pics.

    Hope that helped.

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    06-27-2011 09:35 PM
  3. geochemical's Avatar
    You don't even have to be hard-wired to your PC if you don't want to be, if you have a home wireless network. Install free SwiftFTP on your Charge, create and set the ftp transfer folder to /mnt/sdcard/folder-name-of-your-choice, start SwiftFTP, and then open the indicated LAN IP address as an ftp site in Windows Explorer (allow the connection on your router if it has a firewall).

    You can also set a proxy IP address for the Charge over the internet if you want to ftp to and from it from anywhere.

    Of course, this is only practical if you have an unlimited data plan.
    06-27-2011 10:13 PM
  4. atlantar6's Avatar
    Mine works fine.
    06-28-2011 06:06 AM
  5. Galunga_Unga's Avatar
    Wow, that was simple. I should have figured that out. Thanks for the help!
    06-28-2011 03:39 PM

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