Yes you can... Very easy... Get an Action Replay Max Evo cd, it has an option to copy all the data to the usb drive. You can even transfer data back to memory card like downloaded game saves.... Hope this helps...
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You didn't mention the brand or the model of your phone. If it has a USB port you can transfer the music file from a computer to your phone via a data cable using the PC Suite. You can also take out your memory card, put it in a card reader, connect it to a computer and transfer the music files to your phone, Another way to put music files to your phone is through a Bluetooth connection with another phone, but this is slow and time consuming.
Hi,you can transfer music to nokia 5800 from your computer(pc or mac).
There are different ways of transferring music.if you have a PC, you can
use PC Suite to transfer music files.the nice software that comes with
the phone. If you have a Mac, you can use Nokia Multimedia Transfer
(free download) and sync it with your iTunes. how to put songs on nokia 5800-nokia pc suite To
transfer music as data files, make the connection with a compatible USB
data cable. You also need to have a compatible memory card inserted in
the device. View your nokia 5800 on a computer as a mass memory device.
follows these steps: firstly, connect nokia 5800 with computer via USB
data cable. then select Mass storage as the connection mode. A
compatible memory card must be inserted in the device. then view the
device from the computer file manager as a mass memory device. now you
can fansfer the music files. after transferring songs, you can close the
connection by remove the USB device safely from your computer.
If your computer has bluetooth and your phone does then install the software for the phone
You neglected to say the brand and model so i cannot point you to the software in case you cannot find the CD that came with it.
Or you can use a cable to connect the phone to the computer
Again with out makes and models etc it is difficult to give a concise answer
Almost all modern phone software has the ability to SYNC the phone to the computer and allow file transfer.
Some phones can also do it via the Wi-Fi in you home if you have Wi-Fi or another suitable wireless adaptor.
Another alternative is if your phone had a memory card and your computer has a card reader installed in which case it is as simple as putting the card into the computer and transfering the files to that card.
then simply put the card back in the phone.
the cards are often refered to as mini SD or mini SDHC. you mayneed an adaptor to take the mini card to the regular SD card size and one may even have come with it if you bought a memory card for your phone
If you have a dvd recorder, you can hook up the cam to a recorder if it has rca jacks on the end of the cable. Or if your handycam has a memory card slot, record straight to memory card or transfer memory to memory card, then place it in a computer with an sd memory card slot.
They may not be in the right folder. Put your memory card in your computer and find it on my computer. there should be a file for music and one for photos. Put them in the photo file and try again. They are on your card, you just have trouble finding them.
1. Please place the memory card into the device and select the option to format it. This way the phone will set up the needed file system. Then you will likely have 3 folders. One will be MUSIC I believe. The others probably SYSTEM, etc. Make sure that you format the SD card with the phone first though as you might be placing music on the card but the phone isn't looking in the proper location for it. Also, be sure that the file is actually in MP3 format. I believe this is the program I used to use when dealing with WMA to MP3:
When buying a memory card the first mistake I made was putting my files onto the memory card first. Try putting your memory card into your phone and go to Format Memory Card, this will erase all the files on the memory card but it will make it so your phone can read the files
1. Put a micro SD card into your phone. (Make sure it's blank)
2. Format the card from your phone. To do this go into "Menu//Settings & Tools//Memory//Card Memory" then click on "Options" that should open the format screen. Enter your security code (usually the last four digits of your cell #) and format the card.
3. Exit all menu screens by pressing the "End" button and remove your card.
4. Insert your card back into your PC. It should recognize the card and open a "Removable Disk" window. (if not, manually open this window by clicking on "Start//My Computer//drive E: or F:" , they might vary depending on your computer set-up.
5. You should see a folder named "my_music". That's where you are going to drag your music files into.
6. DO NOT open any media player. Just find the location of your music FILES. Usually if you click on "Start//My Music" your music FILES will be stored there.
7. Simply drag and drop music FILES into the folder that I listed on #5. DO NOT drag an albulm. It won't work. Just the music file.
I believe the card is formatted incorrectly, this sometimes occurs when the new OS doesn't recognize the old files and sort of "partitions" them off to the side instead of deleting them.
You can try reformatting using the enV again or (if you still have the old phone) put the card back in it and delete the other files from there. Otherwise you can probably format it using your computer, seeing as you have a connection between the phone and the computer.