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Copy USB Android to Windows -- ULTRA Copier

Posted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 6:01 pm
by joseph.sweeney
Hello,
Don't know if this is a bug or represents a lacking feature. Please advise. Thank you.

I am on a Win7 PC in 64 bit. I am trying to copy photos from my Android phone, connected to my Windows7 PC via USB cable.
I set the Source Directory to the desired DCIM directory on my Android Phone (from which I want to copy).
I set the Destination Directory to a Directory on my Windows PC.
Then I launch the Copy -- UltraCopy then changes the Source directory from my Android Phone directory to the destination directory on my PC.

ANd the resulting operation is: to copy the Destination directory to a new directory sitting on the Destination directory. In short it just recopies my destination directory to another directory on my PC. Which, of course, is not what I want!

Is this a bug -- or perhaps ULTRACOPY does not allow copying from an android phone to a windows PC (connected via USB cable).

Please confirm.


ANOTHER QUESTION: What is the difference between MOVE and TRANSFER files ???

Joe

Re: Copy USB Android to Windows -- ULTRA Copier

Posted: Wed Nov 12, 2014 6:58 pm
by alpha_one_x86
Hello,

via manual copy or ctrl-c, ctrl-v?
http://files.first-world.info/ultracopi ... 0.1.13.zip
Will be useful to have the report to see what's happen.

Cheers,

Re: Copy USB Android to Windows -- ULTRA Copier

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2014 12:14 pm
by joseph.sweeney
Hi,
From your response, it appears NOT to be a missing feature, but rather a potential bug...
VIA MANUL OR ctrl-c, ctrl-v? --> It's via manual. Go to system tray, Right-click on Ultracopier icon (diskette), select "copy" from drop-down-menu of choices "copy/move/transfer".
Sure, I can pull a report. How do you do that ? What is the zip file for? Please advise "how pull report".
Regards,
JS

Re: Copy USB Android to Windows -- ULTRA Copier

Posted: Fri Nov 14, 2014 1:07 pm
by alpha_one_x86
Hello,

You can repport here or at github.
Step by step to reproduce the bug can be useful too. Via manual, copy, what is the selected source, what is the destination (path and device).
The zip is debug version of Ultracopier, it provide more options into the menu to give me a report of what's happen in internal. (At cost to be more slow)

Cheers,