I want to either: a) make a shortcut to a specific folder on a media device (MTP), or b) create a .bat file or other easy script to open explorer and automatically navigate to the folder where the images are in one click.
The target is "Computer\FinePix AX300\External Memory\DCIM\105_FUJI"
Things I've tried:
I have a shortcut to the device, but several annoying clicks are still required to navigate to the right subfolder. I cannot modify the shortcut because "target location" is greyed out.
I have a .bat file which uses
explorer /root, to open in "computer" immediately. However I can't get it to select an object. Meaning this does not work:
explorer /root,select,"Computer\FinePix AX300\External Memory\DCIM\105_FUJI" I've done variations of this too.
I cannot change the USB interaction protocol to mass storage either.
I have to transfer files between a Fuji FinePix AX300 and my PC a lot. I do this via USB not via card reader (because I do it frequently and that takes less fiddling). I need to then modify them, save them, and transfer them to OneNote. This is a poor man's way of joining a paper lab-notebook with a computer one. I have a surface pro but the screen is too small for the scrawling equations and complex diagrams I need (and camera too poor). My "lab-notebook" is actually a huge 18x24 pad of newsprint. In the distant future I will buy the biggest touchscreen I can and get an lynktec active stylus but a shortcut on my desktop is ton cheaper.
If it's easy to install firmware on the FinePix which lets me take photos and stream them straight to the computer that would be nice too. I'm looking for free solutions.