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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by Nydipset91, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. Nydipset91

    Nydipset91 New Member

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    When I connect my Droid X that I have only had for 2 weeks to my computer. I can't seem to find my videos ? Please help..
     
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    Navigate to the folder in the main root menu of the phone called DCIM, they are in there with photos

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    What setting is your droids computer connection set to? And where are you trying to access your videos?

    Basically when you connect your droid you have 4 options. Pc mode, windows media sync, mass storage, and charge only. If you want to access your videos from your computer it should be on either windows media sync or mass storage. I haven't used the windows media sync mode but I would assume it unmounts your sd card from your phone like the mass storage mode does. Once your sd card is unmounted your phone will not see it as being installed. With that being said if you are trying to watch your videos on your phone while its plugged into the computer, switch it over to charge only and your sd card will be remounted and.you will be able to access files from your phone.

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    I am using the exact way Freeze said to do it and it still does not work ? I am extremely confused...ughh