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[Q] Access folder by PC

15th August 2014, 05:19 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guys!

I have a problem ...

I use an app for courses (Udemy) and it have the option to download courses for offline watching.
Did it. I can watch the app offline, but wanted to move to the PC. I found the files in the folder:

android / data / com.udemy.android / files / udemy-final-downloads

Within this folder I have several folders, each containing one video of the course. The problem is that when plug the mobile in PC most of the files do not appear.

In short: I can see all the phone but the PC does not appear the most.

I've tried with linux and windows. Already asked to view hidden files and resolves nothing.

Has anyone had similar problem?

Obs.'s Mobile phone is a Moto X.

Thanks Guys!

Felipe
15th August 2014, 09:23 AM   |  #2  
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Hey guys!

I have a problem ...

I use an app for courses (Udemy) and it have the option to download courses for offline watching.
Did it. I can watch the app offline, but wanted to move to the PC. I found the files in the folder:

android / data / com.udemy.android / files / udemy-final-downloads

Within this folder I have several folders, each containing one video of the course. The problem is that when plug the mobile in PC most of the files do not appear.

In short: I can see all the phone but the PC does not appear the most.

I've tried with linux and windows. Already asked to view hidden files and resolves nothing.

Has anyone had similar problem?

Obs.'s Mobile phone is a Moto X.

Thanks Guys!

Felipe

Move the files or folder to your highest directory. Should be something like /storage/emulated/0. FYI, your device has to be unlocked (meaning PIN or pattern or password or whatever) to open anything on the phone on your PC.
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15th August 2014, 10:51 AM   |  #3  
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Move the files or folder to your highest directory. Should be something like /storage/emulated/0. FYI, your device has to be unlocked (meaning PIN or pattern or password or whatever) to open anything on the phone on your PC.

hey friend, thanks for answer!

I tried that but it did not work.
Is there any setting to display mobile files on PC?
15th August 2014, 10:56 AM   |  #4  
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hey friend, thanks for answer!

I tried that but it did not work.
Is there any setting to display mobile files on PC?

That's weird. How about uploading them to cloud storage, like DropBox or Google Drive?
15th August 2014, 01:09 PM   |  #5  
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I tried it too. The files are very big 4.8 GB and always stop. I'll try do it littke files at time.
15th August 2014, 08:23 PM   |  #6  
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Send to PC over Bluetooth?

Delete and re-download them to a location of your choosing?
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