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What Are USB Settings And How Do I Use Them On My Cricket SCH-R500?
USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a type of plug-in connection that is used to connect devices, including some phones, to desktop or laptop PC's. In a handset, USB is useful for quickly transferring files to and from phones, or for synchronizing information with a PC application.
Universal Storage Media (USM) is used to describe devices that when connected to a computer, will show up as a storage device (without the installation of additional drivers).
The SCH-R500 handset has the capability to transfer files directly from a PC to the handset's USM (microSD™ memory card) or to use the handset as a modem for a PC, using a compatible USB cable. Upon a successful USB connection between the handset and a PC, the following USB Mode prompt will appear on the handset display:
Highlight the desired USB Mode setting, using the navigation keys, then press the Menu / OK key to select the USB Mode
Note: For more information on using the handset as a Modem or USM, please contact your service provider
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