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How do I transfer files from my KidiBuzz to a computer?

You can transfer the photos and videos you take with the camera or voice recordings you make with the voice changer to your computer.


First, connect the KidiBuzz to your computer by using the included USB cable. Then, follow the instructions below that are appropriate for your computer.




PC:

Once your device is connected, the AutoPlay window should open to ask what you would like to do with this device. Choose the option to "Open device to view files".




Select "Internal storage" to see all the folders in the root directory of the device. Or select "SD card" to view files on a microSD card.

Note: If you have a microSD card inserted, by default, your photos and videos will be saved there.




If you're looking for photos or videos, open the folder labelled "DCIM", then open the folder called "Camera" inside that. Copy your photos or videos by dragging them from the Camera folder to your computer.




Voice files you've recorded in the Voice Changer app can be found inside the folder labelled "SoundTouch". (This folder is only available in the Internal storage - not on the microSD card.) Copy the files by dragging them onto your computer.




Once you've copied the files you want, make sure to eject your device before disconnecting your KidiBuzz. To do this, just click the Safely Remove Hardware icon on your taskbar, then select the KidiBuzz. You'll get a notification that it's safe to remove the hardware. You can then unplug your device.




Mac:

You'll need to download the Android File Transfer application to be able to transfer files from your KidiBuzz to a Mac. Go to: https://www.android.com/filetransfer/

Click the "Download Now" button and save the file to your computer. Then, follow the instructions on the website to install the application.




Once it's installed, double click on the Android File Transfer icon on your desktop. Then, double click the "Android File Transfer.app" icon. A directory listing all the files on your KidiBuzz will appear.

Select "Internal storage" to see all the folders in the root directory of the device. Or select "SD card" to view files on a microSD card.

Note: If you have a microSD card inserted, by default, your photos and videos will be saved there.




If you're looking for photos or videos, open the folder labelled "DCIM", then open the folder called "Camera" inside that. Copy your photos or videos by dragging them from the Camera folder to your computer.




Voice files you've recorded in the Voice Changer app can be found inside the folder labelled "SoundTouch". (This folder is only available in the Internal storage - not on the microSD card.) Copy the files by dragging them onto your computer.