15/04/2011 Leave a comment
I decided to substitute the default 4GB micro SD card provided with my HTC Desire with a 16GB one. Here is a summary of how I did it. It’s extremely simple actually 🙂 I haven’t tried on any other phone but I take for granted that I shall work with other Android phones.
- Copy the contents of the current card to your hard drive.
- Copy the contents from the hard drive to the new card.
- Replace the current card with the new one.
As the contents of the card was the same after the substitution, I was surprised to find that WinAmp could not find back the covers of the albums in my music library. Except that, the substitution went without a hitch.
To copy the contents of the current card to the hard drive, I use a card reader. I could have plugged in the phone and copy directly from it as well.