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If your cell has a usb cord that comes from your phone it will make it quicker simply connect to your computer in your phone menu select music when your get to your music push the sync option this should connect your cell to your computer software i will say if you have windows media player when phone is connected your computer it will ask you what software you would like to open it with choose windows media player once inside the wmplayer window look at the top at all the headings like now playing or library it should also say sync if so click it so both computer and phone music are now in sync make wmplayer smaller so you can view both the wmplayer window and the folder that you are pulling music from click on your music selection and drag it to the sync box that is inside of your wmplayer and release it it should now be ready to sync click sync and watch as the computer loads the music in your phone
When i opened my music player it is updating but it is giving no music files found. I replace my memory card and switch off the phone but same result. I update my phone 5 times. Please give me right tips.
transferred all my files onto my computer, then proceeded to format the memory card whilst in the phone. transferred all the files back onto the memory card and bingo the music player works fine. Strange that the memory card was from my samsung e900 and worked fine.