I realize I'm a "little" behind the times as far as cell phones are concerned. We've only in the last year started using something other than one of those pay-as-you-go types!!!
I have a Samsung Intensity II and would like to transfer the pictures I've taken on my phone to my home computer. I'd also like to sync some music from my home computer to my cell phone. We don't have a data plan.
I have a new Toyota Camry that really needs one of those newer SMART phones, but our upgrade time doesn't come for another year. So all those extra features that my car can do with a smart phone will just have to wait.
But, every time I pair my phone with my car it tries to sync with my music library... only problem is I don't have a music library on my phone yet. I have lots of great music on my home computer... HOW do I load that onto my phone's music library???
Behind the Times
Does your phone have a memory card slot? If so I reccomend a micro memory card. Pop it into the phone to format then pop it into a computer card reader and drag and drop files to the various folders and it's done. Works just like a memory stick. Mary
I have no item like that on my galaxy
I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.
If you don't have a memory card in your SD slot, you can connect your phone to your computer via the USB cable and once your computer recognizes the phone and displays the folders, you can then drag and drop files.
The memory card slot on my phone does not work. Any suggestions how to just have a straight usb connection? every time i try it there are no files recognized.