Method 2 Windows 7 and Earlier
- Insert the USB drive you want to use.
- Open the "Computer" window.
- Find your USB drive.
- Make note of the USB drive's label and letter.
- Check how much space is available on the drive.
- Find the music you want to transfer.
- Select the files and folders that you want to copy.
How do you put music on your phone from Windows Media Player?
Here's how it works:
- Connect the phone to the PC.
- On the PC, choose Windows Media Player from the AutoPlay dialog box.
- On the PC, ensure that the Sync list appears.
- Drag to the Sync area the music you want to transfer to your phone.
- Click the Start Sync button to transfer the music from the PC to your Android phone.
Windows Media Player 9 Series
- Click the playlist you want to export, and then click Save Playlist As on the File menu.
- In the Save As dialog box, select the folder where you want to save your playlist.
- In the File name box, type a descriptive name for your playlist, and then click OK.
- Connect your flash drive to the USB port on your Mac.
- An icon will appear on your desktop and click it to open your flash drive folder.
- Locate the music files you wish to transfer from your hard drive by clicking “File” – “New finder window” – “Home” – “Download folder”.
Insert your flash drive into a USB port on your computer with the compatible music you want to transfer. Double click iTunes icon to launch it, and then select “Preferences” which you can find on the 'Edit” menu. 2) Copy files to iTunes Media folder when adding to library.
First, insert the USB memory stick into an available USB port. On Windows, this will bring up a window showing the memory stick is now seen as a drive on your computer (e.g., "Removable Disk" E: drive). You'll also get a menu of options for using the device. Select "Open folder to view files" at the bottom.
To copy songs from iTunes to a USB: Insert the flash drive into a USB port, and open it so it looks like a folder on your desktop. Then highlight the songs in your iTunes library that you want, as follows: To highlight one song, click it. To highlight a range of songs, click the first, hold Shift, and click the last.
Load music onto your device using a USB cable
- Download and install Android File Transfer on your computer.
- If your screen is locked, unlock your screen.
- Connect your computer to your device using a USB cable.
- Locate music files on your computer and drag them into your device's Music folder in Android File Transfer.
Check to make sure that the "Manually manage music and videos" option is turned on:
- Connect your device to your computer.
- Open iTunes.
- Locate and click on your device.
- In the left sidebar, click Summary.
- Scroll to the Options section.
- Click the box next to "Manually manage music and videos."
- Click Apply.
Insert the USB flash drive into a free USB port; avoid USB hubs if possible. Press "Windows-X" to expand the Windows Power User menu and then click "File Explorer" to launch the file browser. Select the flash drive in the Computer section of the left pane -- the USB flash drive is usually labeled as "Removable Disk."
Viewing and Moving Flash Drive Files
- Click Open Folder to View Files.
- In Windows Explorer, select the file(s) you want to transfer.
- Click a folder arrow to locate the subfolder you want to use to store the file(s).
- To move the file, press and hold the Shift key and drag it to the folder.
Step 7: Plug the flash drive into the USB port of the computer you want your photos on. Open the flash drive folder (as described in step 2), click on one of the images/folders and then click Ctrl + A to select all. Now, either drag-and-drop your folders onto your desktop or right-click and choose “copy".
Insert the memory stick into an SD port on your computer or a memory card reader that's connected to the PC. Click the Windows orb and select "Computer" in the right pane of the Start menu. Double-click the SD memory stick in the "Devices with Removable Storage" section and then minimize the folder that opens.
Method 1 Using Windows
- Navigate to the folder that contains the files you'd like to copy.
- Plug the USB flash drive into a USB port on the computer.
- Find a place on your USB drive to store the copied files.
- Drag file(s) from the computer to the USB drive.
- Save an open file right to the USB drive.
- Eject the drive safely.
Part 2 Saving Files Directly to a USB Flash Drive
- Insert the USB drive in your computer.
- Open the "Save As" window in your program.
- Open your USB drive in the Save As window.
- Save the file to the USB drive.
- Safely eject the USB drive before removing it.
- Remove the USB drive.
Open disk management—you can navigate there or hit Windows Key + R and then type "diskmgmt.msc"—and find the USB drive. Right-click the drive and select Change Drive Letter and Paths. Click the Change button and select a new, unique drive letter. Then click OK and Yes in the following dialog boxes.
To connect a flash drive:
- Insert the flash drive into a USB port on your computer.
- If you're using Windows, a dialog box may appear.
- If a dialog box does not appear, open Windows Explorer—or Finder if you're using a Mac—and select the flash drive on the left side of the window.
That is, a file (an abstract concept) in a real computer system must have a real physical analogue if it is to exist at all. In physical terms, most computer files are stored on some type of data storage device. For example, most operating systems store files on a hard disk.
A file is an object on a computer that stores data, information, settings, or commands used with a computer program. For example, the picture is an icon associated with Adobe Acrobat PDF files.
In this how-to, we'll show you where the files are and what app to use to find them.
- When you download e-mail attachments or Web files, they get placed in the "download" folder.
- Once the file manager opens, select "Phone files."
- From the list of file folders, scroll down and select the "download" folder.