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Jul
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Jun
27
asked Can I force KitKat to use a particular format for its voice recorder? (Galaxy S3)
Jun
2
awarded  Supporter
Jun
2
accepted Galaxy S3: “/sdcard/Sounds” folder appears empty in Windows 7
Jun
1
comment Galaxy S3: “/sdcard/Sounds” folder appears empty in Windows 7
If you put as an answer "just man up and use adb", I'll accept it, though the underlying issue of why the KitKat update would make files in that folder invisible to Windows is still a mystery. (Feels like every major update for the last year has been regrettable.)
Jun
1
awarded  Scholar
Jun
1
accepted Sprint HTC shift: delete all gmail contacts with no phone number
Jun
1
comment Galaxy S3: “/sdcard/Sounds” folder appears empty in Windows 7
Haha, switched the terms and it worked like magic. I guess it really is a matter of perspective.. it says pull, I say push, etc. :p
May
28
comment Galaxy S3: “/sdcard/Sounds” folder appears empty in Windows 7
So I did manage to install adb and the drivers for my phone. But now whenever I try to grab files from my phone in dos like such: "adb push /sdcard/Sounds/ E:\audio\phone" I get "cannot stat '/sdcard/Sounds/': No such file or directory" I know this is unrelated to the original question, but what is going on? I can access /sdcard/Sounds/ just fine from shell, but trying "push" in shell gives me "/system/bin/sh: push: not found"!
May
10
asked Galaxy S3: “/sdcard/Sounds” folder appears empty in Windows 7
Aug
28
comment Sprint HTC shift: delete all gmail contacts with no phone number
This unfortunately still seems to leave email contacts on the phone. You could say it's the fault of the app for pulling that info, but it's only doing so because the info is on my phone somewhere..
Aug
28
asked Sprint HTC shift: delete all gmail contacts with no phone number