The information in the section below is for eWallet for Android versions earlier than 8.0, and eWallet for PC (desktop) versions earlier than 8.1. As of eWallet for Android 8.0 and eWallet for Windows PC (desktop) 8.1, USB sync is no longer supported. eWallet now offers either cloud sync or WiFi sync.
Synchronization with eWallet for Android via USB requires: (Wi-Fi sync also available)
Before attempting to set up synchronization, make sure you have run eWallet on your Android device at least once. (After syncing, your device must be DISCONNECTED from USB in order to run eWallet on your Android device. )
To set up sync the first time:
To synchronize after setting up sync:
USB Mass Storage Mode:
eWallet requires that your phone be connected as a USB Mass Storage device in order to synchronize. Each different Android phone can implement USB Mass Storage differently in terms of where the settings are for it and whether the phone automatically 'mounts' its storage card or internal storage when you plug it in. This makes it hard for us to give you instructions on exactly what button to press on what screen.
When you connect your Android phone to your computer via USB, you should be prompted for the USB connection type. If you are, choose "USB Mass Storage" or "Disk Drive". eWallet's USB sync does not support MTP (use Wi-Fi sync instead).
If you are not prompted for the connection type, consult the documentation for your phone to see how to enable USB Mass Storage mode correctly to copy files back and forth with your phone.
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