Tip: Smartphone — Using USB Storage on a Redfly
To prevent this from happening: keep the phone close to the Redfly while you are saving, when you have saved a document to external storage, close the document and the program you have created it in. For security in removing devices, disconnect your Redfly from your phone and power-off the Redfly before unplugging your jump drive.
To save to the jump drive from Word Mobile or Excel Mobile: since Windows Mobile automatically saves documents for you, to save to remote storage you'll need to select Menu-->File-->Save As. In the screen that appears, use the pull-down menus to identify the remote storage location (and a folder on that drive, if necessary).
To copy from the mobile device's main memory to a USB drive: open File Explorer (Start-->Program-->File Explorer). Use the cursor keys to navigate to the file you wish to copy. Click Menu-->Edit-->Copy.
Now, click on My Documents at the top so that a pull-down menu comes down that includes "My Device." Click on My Device. Scroll down to the folder called "Remote Storage" and click to open if. (If necessary select a folder within that drive.) Click on Menu-->Edit-->Paste.
Close down the File Explorer. Your file is now on the USB drive.