Samsung Solstice: How To Use The USB Cord

If you have a Samsung Solstice cell phone, it's important to know how to use the USB cord. This popular smartphone has many great features, including listening to music and accessing the Internet. The USB cord allows you to use many features, including printing photos or graphics and transferring music from your computer to the phone. Follow these steps to learn how to use a USB cord with your Samsung Solstice:

  1. Before using a USB cord with your Samsung Solstice, you must configure the phone's USB settings. Click on "Menu," then "Settings," then "Connectivity," then "USB Mode." This allows you to decide the default program that will appear on your computer when you connect your phone. You can choose Samsung PC Studio, your media player, your mass storage unit, or select "Ask on Connection" to allow you to decide each time you plug in the phone.
  2. Plus the USB cord into the Power/Accessory Interface Connector on your Samsung Solstice. This small, rectangular connector is located on the right side of your phone, toward the top of the phone.
  3. Once the small end of the USB cord is plugged into your Samsung Solstice, plug the other end into your computer's USB port. When the phone is connected correctly, an icon that looks like a computer will display on your phone indicating that a secure connection has been made.
  4. You can now use your computer to transfer music to your Samsung Solstice or print graphics or other items from your phone to your printer.



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