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Putting music, pictures and videos onto the thunderbolt
boltthunder
Newbie

With my old phone LG vx83000 All I had to do was plug the microSD card into the computer and put what I want into the folder. Simplicity at its best!

 

I took the microSD card out of the thunderbolt and don't see a place to put music, photos or videos at all.

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Re: Putting music, pictures and videos onto the thunderbolt
AZSALUKI
Super User
Super User

what folders are on the sd card? are there any on it yet?

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Re: Putting music, pictures and videos onto the thunderbolt
AZSALUKI
Super User
Super User

what folders are on the sd card? are there any on it yet?

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Re: Putting music, pictures and videos onto the thunderbolt
bazketballfreak

I'm having the same problem. I have photos/videos but don't know how to save them onto my thunderbolt.

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Re: Putting music, pictures and videos onto the thunderbolt
TBoltOwner
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Just connect the TBolt to your PC as you would a regular external drive.  Then add a separate folder for MP3s, photos, etc., and drag & drop your files to the appropriate folder.  The TBolt will find those files.

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Re: Putting music, pictures and videos onto the thunderbolt
Chubbs
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TBoltOwner wrote:

Just connect the TBolt to your PC as you would a regular external drive.  Then add a separate folder for MP3s, photos, etc., and drag & drop your files to the appropriate folder.  The TBolt will find those files.


Thats what I do.

 

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