Sooo... i can access all my songs on my mem card from my computer.. but how the heck do i pull them up from my phone?? i have tons of songs on there and don't even know how to listen to them. pls help.
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connect the phone with pc . u'll get the access to mem card as removeable drive in MY computer.
itunes is just a software to play/ manage those songs.
the songs ll be somewhere else on your pc hard drive.
locate the folder in pc. where the songs are
in most of the cases it ll be START - > MY MUSIC folder.
just select the songs u want to have in your phone and copy paste or drag drop them in your phones' mem card ( if there r folders then choose . music or a folder with a name of digital.
You have to move each song/file to your external memory straight away after recieving it via bluetooth because it goes straight onto your phone memory. Seach your phone memory and move all photos, videos, music etc to ext.memory by selecting the file-select options in lefthand corner- move to external memory. If your phone cannot find your external memory then you havent formatted your memory card. Go to Settings-Memory Status(way way down the bottom of list)-External Memory-Format(lefthand corner). Just remember to move each file to ext. mem. straight away.Its a pain but you have to do it manually, the phone doesnt do it for you.
I expected to find the new playlists on the SD card as a separate file to access and play. Instead the SD card songs show on up the Sansa menu simply added among the existing songs / artists stored in the Sansa. Its not a solution but they are there. Since using the SD card, my Sansa does databse refresh everytime it starts, whether SD card is in it or not.
Hook the Nuvi up to your Computer via USB, then Sync one song from Windows Media player to the SD Card on the Nuvi (it will show up as "Nuvi Memory Card" in WMP) You only need to sync one song and it can already be on the card. This will create the link your Nuvi needs to see the Music. Once you disconnect all your SD music will be available.
To find your music on the SD, go to my stuff, sounds, external memory, mp3 and you should see your music. Playing it, however is another matter. You can play only one song. Then you have to manually play the next one. Not what I'd call an MP3 player.