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Hi there, this is a known issue with samsung wave, that's why samsung released an update that should prolong the battery power. So if you really turned off all the power-hungry apps and services (like internet, wifi and music player) then go for the update. It's a firmware update!
-Install Kies( can be downloaded from samsung.com)
-Connect your mobile phone to your PC using the Samsung Mobile Cable
-Run Kies, and it will guide you through the installation process
While downloading the .mp3s you may have also got a virus that has damaged the music player. That is why the mp3s are not being played by the phone. Only way out is to get the firmware reinstalled and then throw away these mp3s and get new ones from wherever you got (not this source as it has been proved virus riddled) and also install an anti virus on your phone.
go to samsungusa.com Download the samsung PC studio 3. hook the beat to the computer via usb. enter PC studio and select multimedia manager. click on files and select get files. you'll have 3 options. select from PC. search your PC for music and select get file. left click then right click on the file of choice and select to phone. after a while you will see a message that says insufficent storage. you wil then disconnect the phone and go to menu then fun and apps then files then music then the subfolder titled music. choose options and select move to memory card or copy to memory card (optional only if you have one). by the way, if you want to use a music file as a ringtone, copy is what you want, but the song will appear twice on your music list. lather, rinse, repeat.
Hi parmic, can your phone connect to the internet GPRS for surfing in order to download MP3 music? or in another way try to download the music to your PC desktop or laptop then use the transfer cable to transfer the music to your phone. cheers hope this help!!
Your music may be located in a folder your phone doesnt recognize...that happend to me at first.
First you want to format your memory card through your phone. This will place the required folders on the card.
I used Windows media player to sync the music on my computer to the memory card using a media port on my computer. (just inserting the card directly to my computer). Once music was downloaded I looked at the card through "my computer", and noticed folders...one named "Music" and the other named "My Music". I moved the files from "Music" to My Music". Reinserted the card into my phone and the phone picked them up.