jpanwala:nomiss7:jpanwala:nomiss7:jpanwala: Hey guys, sorry for missing this info if posted here, has anybody experienced the beautiful default weather widget gets smaller if you remove it and want to read it again??
This is my first droid.. maybe there is something i have missed but if someone could tell me how to get it back, that would be very helpful!
Hold down the widget till the delete option comes up then release without moving it, you should then be able to drag the bottom right corner to resise it.
Hey thanks mate, that brings it back to normal...
Having real difficulty connecting it to my macbook pro for transferring photos.
Kies Air shows me the pics, but when I hit download, it asks me to install Java; funny as I am running the latest one on the macbook!
Bluetooth wont transfer any data even they are paired together, seems like they just don't "talk"... says "could not send" on the galaxy s2
USB mode acting weird as well. No external drive appears upon connection (not sure if that should be the case) nor do any photos appear in iPhoto; it does detect the phone but says "no photos"
Do I need something else to make it work?
You should be able to just set USB storage to on (in Settings/wireless networks/USB utilities).
Plug it into your Macbook Pro and it will show up as external storage and an SD card as a mounted device.
(I renamed them to "phone" and "SD Card" to help with the confusion of what your copying too or from.
hey mate, tried that, does not work. gives no option to set it to ON.
could you also please elaborate about the renaming? where is that to be done? Mine just shows phone memory and usb storage memory. SD card is not present.
Are you sure there is no option to switch it on?
Click enable and then it will tell you to plug in the USB cable and then goes to a screen that you can press the enable usb storage, and then they should show up in the finder on the mac.
And you need to be able to see the mounted drives on the mac before you can rename them. If you have an SD card it will show up on the mac as two separate removable devices, exactly the same as a pen drive or external hard drive will.