Try copying those files "by hand", by dropping into CMD.EXE in administrator mode. First you're going to need to know two or three things. 1) The location of the files you want to move. 2) The drive letter of the SD Card you want to move them to, and any directories you want to put them in. 3) If you want those files copied to a specific directory on your SD card make sure it exists, and if not, make sure to create it yourself. If you want to put your files into the directory MyFile on drive E, type this: MD E:\MyFiles Followed by the return/enter key. Click in Windows Search Window (Bottom Left by the Windows button) and type in CMD.EXE Click "Windows" -> Search - Type in "CMD.EXE" -> OK Either of those will search your computer for the CMD.EXE file. When it finds it, Left Click on CMD.EXE and Right Click "Run as Administrator" This will give you the ability to da nearly anything, so be careful. Next find out where on your computer the files you want to copy are located. It will probably look something like: C:\Users\Files\Documents\file.doc In this case you would type: CD C:\Users\Files\Documents Now locate your SD Card. It's most likely something like "E:\" In Windows \ DOS parlence here is a quick into to understanding paths. A path is like a URL, but rather pointing to a file on the internet, it points to a file on your computer. Basically. Any a path breaks down like this: (Drive Containg File) : \ SubDirectory \ File.txt So a file named x.txt living on the Root (main) directory of drive C would have a "path" of: C:\x.txt And if it was in a directory called Stuff it would be: C:\Stuff\x.txt And if there are ANY spaces, you need double quotes. "C:\More Stuff\x.txt" The rules concerning the placement of double quotation marks can be a bit arcane, so I gave you the simple version. Now, for simplicity's sake I reccomend that you make the directory with the files to be moved, your "working" or "current" directory. So type: CD "C:\Path\to files" Then press (Enter). Assuming your files are File1.txt, File2.Doc and File3.png, you can type: COPY File1.txt E:\MyFiles COPY File2.doc E:\MyFiles COPY File1.png E:\MyFiles Which will copy only those 3 files onto drive e, and into the ALREADY EXISTING directory MyFiles. You should really compare the copies to the originals, but I gotta go. When you decide youre done, remember to delete the original files.
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I usually find it in Settings -> Apps -> (App Name) -> Storage -> Cashe -> Clear Cashe. You may find one more or less step. For instance my J7 followed the exact steps above, while my s21 has 1 less. Also, it may demand you answer a yes or no question.
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Let me pose my question first:
"Why is Samsung forcing me to turn off my mobile data?"
I don't understand why using 5G is not only slower than 4G / LTE, but also is preventing ANY connection to the Internet. Often with that happy little 5G icon claiming I'm connected, while EVERYTHING times-out!
All while within, not the strongest wifi signal, but one strong enough that EVERY other phone has had no problems using (computers too). In fact even this phone had actually connected earlier, but something is preventing it now. (While my computer purrs along 2 feet away without issue.)
I turned the phone's WiFi off and on. Rebooted the phone, rebooted the router, and successfully looked for a way to turn off the 5G (Apparently AT&T doesn't allow that.) All to no avail.
The most aggrivating fact being that, I've gone into the room with the router, am getting 3 or 4 bars, depending how you count it, but your phone STILL isn't letting me select the better and stronger WiFi network.
I can't use the phone like this, so I did the only thing I COULD do. Turn off mobile data on my brand new $1,500 Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. (Which, BTW has NO SD Slot! As computer user / programmer since 1982, the ONE steady rule about computers is that you're eventually going to REQUIRE MORE MEMORY!)
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