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    The window you see when your phone is plugged in and mounted is your sdcard put it there just not in any folders.
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    Theres nothing on my desktop that resembles my phone, theres only 2 white ipod looking things that pop up when I connect. One's named no name, and it has like album thumbs, DCIM, download, htc sync, etc on it. The other's named Blackberry 2, and it has all my stuff from my sd card on it. Which one do I put it in? Sooooo confusing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvcafighter View Post
    Theres nothing on my desktop that resembles my phone, theres only 2 white ipod looking things that pop up when I connect. One's named no name, the other's named Blackberry 2, and it has all my stuff from my sd card on it.
    What is in them if you click on them?

    The one named Blackberry 2 sounds like it, don't know how it got that name. Just put the file in there (not in a folder).
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    I think its named Blackberry 2 cuz I used to use a Blackberry, and I use the sd card from my blackberry in my htc so it probably just kept the same name. Im usually good with this sort of stuff, but it is extremely confusing for some reason
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvcafighter View Post
    I think its named Blackberry 2 cuz I used to use a Blackberry, and I use the sd card from my blackberry in my htc so it probably just kept the same name. Im usually good with this sort of stuff, but it is extremely confusing for some reason
    OK well that must be it then, just put the file in there, no folder
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    No it is "no name"
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    Thats where it is, however I think the whole thing is in a subfolder cuz the only things in there are individual pictures and youmail and all that. I dont know if im already in a folder or not, it doesn't let me back out farther. I tried putting it in no name, it was sitting by itself with the rest of the other folders, but I dont think its right tho.
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    Just click and drag the file on your desktop to the unknown and drop. Done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mwhartman View Post
    No it is "no name"
    Ok, I'm gonna let the guy with the Mac take over. Lol
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    Ok, I dragged it into no name. Now when I go into astro manager, I go back as far as I can in the folder chain, and its not there. When I am at the main manager screen I open up a folder called emmc, and its in there along with .footprints, .trashes, download, htcsync, lost.dir, mp3, etc....
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