Question about Cell Phones
Most dash cams require an external memory card to be inserted into an included SD slot to have sufficient space to operate. Of course, you should install the largest allowable SD card as recommended for your particular model. There is also probably a setting that allows you to tell the cam where to save the video, as you would probably want it to save to the external SD card. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 09, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a the same problem, with my computer not reading the SD card when the phone was connected to the computer. However, after messing with my phone for a while, I believe I've found the solution. On the phone menu, go to;
then, "Set Phone"
then, "Select USB Mode"
and finally, "Mass Storage"
Your computer should now read the data off the SD card, as if it were a drive. I don't think the "PC Studio" program will recognize the phone after this, but you can always manually copy music into the folders on the card now.
Hope this has helped!
Posted on Mar 18, 2008
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