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moving contents of D1 sd card to D3

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by Big D, Jul 13, 2011.

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    Just want to move the card contents to the internal storage. I see that the internal storage shows as sdcard and the sd card shows as ext. I'm sure it's something easy.

    Thanks guys.
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    Astro would probably be the quickest on fone.

    Haven't hooked up the fone to a computer for mass storage but if you can mount both or use a reader for your d1 card to just copy, that might be as simple as drag and drop.
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    any worry about copying files right to the internal card like backups from custom ROMs and such?

    I have a ton of that stuff on the card and I'm afraid I'd brick it.
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    Just copy the things you want......pics, mp3s, etc....and don't copy the things like backups (useless), ROMS (useless), app directories, etc.... .android_secure, android, lost.dir, etc...

    The built in Files apps should be sufficient to move your pictures, music files and such.
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    Done and done.

    I copied the card to my computer and transfered music, pics etc to D3.

    Good to go.

    Thanks fellas.