I have a video (.mp4) downloaded on a phone that I want to watch on my desktop computer, but I am unable to access it from my PC. I know that I can access hidden folders by typing the file location; for example, if I type in the address bar computer\windows phone\phone\music\playlists, I can view playlists that I have created even though the playlist folder is hidden. Does anyone know the path to reach the download folder and/or the program files folder?

Thank you!

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    How did you download it? Via the browser or app? If browser did it open an app?
    – caschw
    Jan 26 '14 at 23:10
  • It all depends on what you used to download the video. I don't believe IE lets you download videos but UC Browser does.
    – karancan
    Jan 28 '14 at 20:15
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    I used an app to download it; IE wouldn't allow me to.
    – jordan
    Feb 11 '14 at 19:29

It is not possible to access an apps isolated storage. That's why it's called an isolated storage.

Later on it might be possible but it isn't right now.

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