Chapter 1 — About the Computer Features
How to Transfer Files
6 Insert the SD card into the door.
7 Press down on the SD card door and slide the door toward the
bottom of the computer to lock it.
8 Insert the battery into the computer.
9 Press in on the battery door and slide it into the locked position.
10 Replace the handstrap.
You can transfer files between your desktop PC and the CT50 with the
HomeBase or USB adapter and a standard USB cable. When the
computer is connected through USB, you can browse to it and drag-and-
drop to move files back and forth to a Windows PC. If you are
transferring files to and from a Mac, use the Android File Transfer
application (available from www.android.com/filetransfer).
By default, the USB connection is set to USB for charging. If you want
to transfer files to a Mac or Windows computer, you can configure the
connection to use File transfers which use MTP (Media Transfer
Protocol). If you are transferring mainly camera images, you can
configure the connection to use Photo transfer (PTP). If your Windows
PC does not support MTP, you may be able to transfer files using PTP
Note: The CT50 supports Hi-Speed USB communications (USB 2.0)
with a maximum data transfer rate of 480 Mbps.
1 Connect the CT50 to your PC.
Dolphin CT50 Mobile Computer User Guide