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Mp3 transfer to media player

Hi,

I have an 8GB memory card and when I try to upload my music onto my phone it loses all the track info.

In 'Media Player mode' it estimates it takes about 3 days to upload, and then says it's full after only 3GB.

In 'Mass Storage mode' it loads all the tracks on, but loses the track info.

I basically spent a day making sure it all had the right track info on it, but now half of the tracks come up as 'Unknown' artist, for no reason.

Any ideas how I can fix this?
Thanks

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  • joncarter141 Oct 25, 2008

    Samsung soul.. it holds up to 8GB. check the site.

    it appears their media player is just really bad.


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No, i have a u900 and a 4gb card.

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The U900 handles only 2gb memory cards !

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