We have been running into a few hiccups that I was hoping someone would be able to help us with. We are developing an inventory application on a TC8000 device that requires a SQLITE file to be loaded onto the device from a back office server(Windows 7) and we are having problems figuring out a way to send the file to the device via USB. But first, let me set the stage a bit. The owner of the company needs to have a device at every location and not all locations have wireless AP's. With this being said, we need to find a way to connect the device via USB as wireless is not an option that we have. When we attach the device to the computer, it shows up as a Media Device which means we can not assign it a drive letter and transfer the file within our .NET program. I have done some reading and Android has disabled support as a Mass Storage device in 4.0 apparently. While stumbling through the Profile Manager, I saw a USB section to it and a checkbox for UsbUMSAccessDeviceStorageUsage. Is this something that we can use in order to get the SD card to look like a Mass Storage device? Thank you in advance for any help that you can provide.