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What you are asking for is called UMS or USB Mass Storage. On newer devices, this often got replaced by MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) for several good reasons. Both protocols have their pros and cons. Unfortunately, in most cases the user is not given the choice which one to use (some devices offer this). However, an article at device-recovery.com explains ...
The Wildfire S only has 512MB of internal flash. None of this austere allotment is allocated to a user storage partition like is done on the Galaxy S2, S3, etc.
For Android Phone, ROM has two meaning, one is the memory capacity of the phone, which doesn't contain the external memory card, another one is the system of the phone, which is like Windows OS on computer. I think your question mean the former one.
Actually, the lost photos are still in the memory space, you can recover lost photo by some Android Data Rcovery software. But the first thing you have to do is stopping using the phone, and follow the steps: Step1. Download the Sasmung Galaxy Data Recovery from here and install it on your computer. Step2. Connect your Samsung galaxy phone to computer via ...
It's for installing VPN and SSL client authentication certificates that you use to access VPNs or web servers that use certificates as logon credentials. It's fairly rare to need to use credential storage for the majority of Droid users. If you don't possess any digital certificates that identify you,it has no value to you.(found in some forum)
It varies from phone to phone, but generally in your camera settings you can set a destination. If that's not an option, you can try something more creative with an app such as tasker to have it automatically move pictures that your camera adds to its folder to a different folder on the SD card. If your stock camera app doesn't let you though, there are ...
move the big application installed in the internal memory to sd card and clear cache .. with some appz like ccleaner for android..
You can get free storage space the same way you do on your PC: Uninstall some apps you're not using. You might find it useful to go into the device Settings, then Apps (or Applications manager), then press the menu key and choose Sort by size to see which are taking up the most space. If you have lots of videos, photos, or music in your internal storage, ...
It is very possible for someone to unlock it, especially with the right skills. Here is what I don't like about pattern unlocks: I once sat next to someone at school who wiped his 'friends' phone screen off, and then waited for him to unlock it. He then stole it and looked at the smudge on the screen to get the unlock pattern. In my personal experience, ...
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