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Storing musik on phone

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by BackSeatSuicide, Apr 13, 2011.

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    I was wondering if there was a way to store some of my musik on my phone instead of my sdcard, and if that's possible can I do it with movies. And does the pics and vids you take/record auto store to the phone and can I make them store to sdcard instead?

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    don't know about storing on phone, but all images and videos i've taken are stored on sd. card. images in dcim folder, and videos in video folder.

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    If you're rooted you can move files to the internal storage if you choose to do so.

    I put ringtones and notifications on the internal storage so they show up under android system.
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    How do I do that. I know how to move apps to my SD, using an app but I have no idea how to move specific files.

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    You can use the command line if you have a terminal emulator and busybox, or you can use a file explorer with root access such as root explorer.
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    What's the command line for the T-Emulator. I wanna try that

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    If you don't know the commands you might not want to mess with it.

    You would just use the mv or cp command, to move or copy the file from its current location to /system/media/audio/ringtones or notifications.
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    I know how to use the command prompt on PC pretty well, its not too much different. Thanks for the info bro

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