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Ok, I started going through the settings and when I check USB, I could choose activesync, modem, and mass storage. What does this mean? If WM5Storage is too buggy for you, or just complicated, you can use your micro sd card as a storage drive this way.

Go to settings>connections>usb>set it to mass storage.

Now when you connect your phone to your comp, it should appear as a mass storage drive.

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Ok, I started going through the settings and when I check USB, I could choose activesync, modem, and mass storage. What does this mean? If WM5Storage is too buggy for you, or just complicated, you can use your micro sd card as a storage drive this way.

Go to settings>connections>usb>set it to mass storage.

Now when you connect your phone to your comp, it should appear as a mass storage drive.


Whats the point in doing it as a mass storage device?

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Whats the point in doing it as a mass storage device?

Drag and drop files without Active sync , use as a drive for transprting files like a usb memory stick to name but a couple of things.

Edited by Confucious, 15 March 2007 - 05:30 PM.

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Whats the point in doing it as a mass storage device?


;) lol wow.....

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