If you or someone you know has an Android phone, and it's not quite easy to explain how to move files on and off of it, the Times' Gadgetwise blog has taken the time to explain it in plain English. Along with the Times' basic run-down, we'd recommend two apps for automatic USB mounting to save some steps, along with using Google's Picasa to more easily pull video and pictures from an Android phone. [NYTimes/Gadgetwise]
A Primer On Moving Music And Pictures On And Off An Android
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