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* Brand and model for specific solutions.
* Most devices have some sort of "connection" to the outside world. Otherwise it's just a phone or document reader.
* Use the same method to transfer document (ebooks, PDF, pictures, etc.) but transfer the MP3 music files.
* You probably can download or transfer any digital file using this method. BUT you will need app to read or play them. IE: mp3 player app to play audio. (WAV audio may need a different app.)
* Mpeg3, MP3, MP4, AVI may need separate apps too.
* Your device does not have blue tooth but does have "Ear Buds" plug in.
* Many Blue tooth speakers may come with an "ear Bud" or Earphone plug adapter. This allows you to plug the speaker directly into your device without having to use Blue tooth. (Direct is better as it uses less power on your device.)
* Direct connection may give you a better sound (High Fidelity) than Blue tooth. Deeper bass, Higher Treble.
* Transfer files is possible on some devices by loading it directly to the SD memory card. Remove card from device and plug into lap top. Transfer files directly to music folder on card (note; load only file types that your device can play.) Return SD card to device and check files with app or File reader.
* You may be able to transfer files using the "Micro USB" or USB port on your device. Though many stopped this file transfer option. It's only used for recharging.
* Last method (most common) is to use "cloud drive" service. Many devices already come with remote data storage on the internet. They do this for low RAM devices. "You don't need Lots of RAM if everything is stored in the "Cloud". Use your laptop to transfer files to cloud and then access file from cloud to your device.
* Contact your device support for additional advice.
First, use the review function to make sure your camera actually took the pictures. Assuming it did, I would remove the SD memory card from the camera and use a card reader to transfer the pictures to your computer. If your computer does not have an SD memory reader, many USB readers are available for under $20. They are USB devices and once they are attached to your computer and you insert the SD card, the computer will act as if the SD card is another external hard drive. You will be able to transfer your photo files from the SC card to a file on your hard drive via copy and paste or drag and drop. Although you can erase your card when you are done by deleting the files, it is better to put the card back in your camera and use the format function found in you camera's menus.
you have to download a file moving app or viewing app. it should allow you to copy the music files on your phone and past them to the sd card. This may work but if not you may have to reformat your sdcard and but that will wipe everything on your card. Another solution is to get your phone rooted is what you may have to do giving you acess to move files around better
Please remove the SD card from the camera. Connect the SD card to the computer using the external memory card reader and then transfer all the images in the computer or laptop. Then try to open all the images.
Depending on the type of GPS you have, you have a few options...
If the update instructs you to put the update files on the SD card, you need a means for your computer to access the SD card. This can be done by using an USB SD card reader, which can be picked up at your local electronics, digital photography store or online.
If you have another device that allows the transfer of data between a computer and the device (and it uses SD cards), you can put the SD card for you GPS into your other device, connect it to the computer through USB, and transfer the update files. For example, if your digital camera uses an SD card, you could put the GPS SD card into the camera, and then connect the camera to the computer.
Make sure you're updating correctly - sometimes the update is a file you run on your PC that in turn transfers files through a different means onto the GPS. Read the manual for your GPS for more information regarding transferring files onto the GPS and updating.
Are you sure the files are transferred to the sd card. With some camcordes you can transfer files back and forth, you can only copy the to your pc... unplug and plug it in again and check if the files are still there if aren't use a sd card reader to transfer these files back to your cam. But if the files are on the sd card and your camera still doesn't read them, try recording a new movie, see where it's located, does it have a seperate folder and try doing the same with your org movie. I hope it helps. :)
My first impression is the transfer rate of the card through the camera firmware is not fast enough. You said SD card an SD card is a much slower rate then an SDHC which is much better for video. I use SD memory cards for still photography SDHC for any video. You can use SDHC for stills as well but it just my way of keeping things separated. Another thing is you should (must) format the memory cards each time you download, install them in another camera or a new SD SDHC card is installed . As a rule of thumb format the card in the camera it's going to be used in.