Where can I store Droid videos and photos to create more space on my phone?

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    Where can I store Motorola Droid videos and photos to create more space on my phone?

    My Motorola Droid is 90% full of videos and photos. I Do Not own a Desktop or Laptop computer but can use the local library...

    My question is, where can I store these photos and videos so I can retrieve them later if necessary? I may want to keep some of them. I don't want to spend hours posting things on free photo/video hosting websites that could close without warning and then I would loose the data. I do have a youtube account where I've posted videos, but I think it would take too long to download all the videos on my phone to youtube.

    Can I buy some type of Solid State Storage Device and transfer the photos and videos from my Droid to the Storage Device? Any suggestions of what I should buy, approx cost and from where? I'm not a computer geek. I do know how to surf the net and do simple things on the computer.

    Thankyou.
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    Take the micro SD card out of your droid and put it under your mattress. Buy another 16gig Micro SD card and pop it in. It'll cost you around $30-$40.
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    Is there a cheaper way to do this that would give me more storage in a device that is larger than the SD Micro Card?

    $30-40 for another card? Sounds like an expensive way to store stuff. I'll have it full with videos and photos in a few months. Any cheaper alternatives?
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    If you were rooted and have the 2.1 gallery you can send all your pics to picasa on the web. Then sync your phone with picasa and you'll have a "picasa" folder on your gallery. A fantastic little feature! You can even have separate folders/albums.
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    Really, for physical storage, that's about as cheap as you're going to get. You could probably do some kind of free online storage - get yourself a free rapidshare account, put all your stuff in .zip files, and archive it there til you need it.
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    or just attatch all the a email and email them to yourself
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    Picasa, or Photoshop mobile for your pics, you could also upload to Facebook, but...
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    Can't do that with large files. Verizon has a size limit.
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    Buy a 250gb external hard drive for around $50.00 best way to go or a 1tb for around $100, some of them are the size of a wallet now and you can plug them into any computer to retreve or add or remove
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    You can buy a 32gb card when they come out....About $230
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    More questions, if anyone would like to answer.

    Would this be a Solid State unit for $50?

    I don't own a computer, just the droid. Would this interfere with transferring data from the droid to the HD?

    And would I download all the photos and videos from the droid to the HD? How would I know which one is which when the are on the HD? Are they coded with a number, same number that I see when I search for one?

    Is it possible to have thumbnail photos and a description when on the HD?

    Could I connect the droid to the HD and watch the videos that are on the HD?

    What else could I do or not do with the HD?
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    You are going to need a computer for this.

    You can use the one in the library perhaps, depending on whether they let you plug in USB devices. You can take a USB card reader, take the card off your Droid, and copy the contents onto an external hard drive. Not sure whether library computers allow for that.

    The other alternative is a FTP/online account, but that will cost money also. I use AndFTP and a personal FTP account to store/access a lot of files, but most of my videos/music on on my computer.
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