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[Q] Putting videos on your HTC ONE

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27th May 2013, 09:05 AM   |  #1  
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Hey guys, question. Since this phone doesn't function in USB MAss Storage mode, what are my options if I want to take a movie I have on my PC and transfer it to the phone?

Thanks for your help!
27th May 2013, 09:37 AM   |  #2  
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Hey guys, question. Since this phone doesn't function in USB MAss Storage mode, what are my options if I want to take a movie I have on my PC and transfer it to the phone?

Thanks for your help!

It DOES function in USB mass storage mode, hence you copy your videos normally.
27th May 2013, 09:42 AM   |  #3  
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It DOES function in USB mass storage mode, hence you copy your videos normally.

No. It's MTP. You need a recent Windows Media Player if you're using Windows. You should be able to use HTC sync manager.
27th May 2013, 09:48 AM   |  #4  
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No. It's MTP. You need a recent Windows Media Player if you're using Windows. You should be able to use HTC sync manager.

My HTC ONE is shown as an add-on device and I can copy anything onto/ from it normally, by dragging / dropping. This behaviour is observed both in Win8 and in Win7. The phone itself is not rooted and it has a stock firmware
27th May 2013, 10:18 AM   |  #5  
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Agree, mine works fine once connected to a pc, I can drop and drag any file in any folder.

Mines also stock.

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27th May 2013, 10:27 AM   |  #6  
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Couldnt agree more, i run Windows 8 (Laptop) and Windows 7 (PC) and on both machines, once connected my One, it comes up as a storage device in My Computer, so i drag and drop, Pics, Music, Vids to and from phone...
27th May 2013, 11:39 AM   |  #7  
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My HTC ONE is shown as an add-on device and I can copy anything onto/ from it normally, by dragging / dropping. This behaviour is observed both in Win8 and in Win7. The phone itself is not rooted and it has a stock firmware

...but that doesn't make it USB Mass Storage.

It uses Media Transfer Protocol, something that could have better support on linux and mac.

For example, I doubt you could plug it into a digital picture frame or network media player and have it work.
27th May 2013, 11:47 AM   |  #8  
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...but that doesn't make it USB Mass Storage.

It uses Media Transfer Protocol, something that could have better support on linux and mac.

For example, I doubt you could plug it into a digital picture frame or network media player and have it work.

If an animal walks like a dog and barks like dog...

Being a layman, I have no idea about what protocol precisely HTC One uses internally, and tbh I don't care since it works exactly like a normal USB device with both of my PCs.
27th May 2013, 11:51 AM   |  #9  
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I plug it in, it shows up in my computer, I drag and drop all my types of media into their folder and I'm good to go.

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27th May 2013, 11:57 AM   |  #10  
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If an animal walks like a dog and barks like dog...

Being a layman, I have no idea about what protocol precisely HTC One uses internally, and tbh I don't care since it works exactly like a normal USB device with both of my PCs.

Good for you. However, it's not as easy if you're not running Windows 7 or Windows 8 because it doesn't support UMS, it supports MTP, so in this case it neither walks or barks like a dog.



Next time, if somebody posts "Since this phone doesn't function in USB MAss Storage mode", you'll know it "doesn't function in USB Mass Storage mode" and you'll have no need to incorrectly correct them.
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