I am trying to connect my phone to my pc through a usb lead to put pics music etc onto my phone from my pc, i have successfully acheived this in the past with the same phone, though it will not read my files when i dissconnect, windows media sync says its complete, but will not show anything on the phone.
my phone is samsung j700 with a 1gb memory card.
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i can guide you through the prossess of connecting it through a usb cable, and can suggest other options that will enable you to get music onto your phone if this fails.
You cannot put music strait onto youe phone from the cd first it needs to be ripped onto your computer, and converted into an mp3 file so that the phone can play this. if you cannot do this, then reply to this solution, or post it as another question.
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turn on your phone and pc and plug the cable into both
look on the phone screen to see if it is asking anything. if it asks what mode you wish to use, choose FILE TRANSFER.
depending on your computor different things may happen, but it should install automatically.
once this is done, your phone will act and appear on your computor the same a memory stick would.
to add music (or any other type of file) just got to my computor, double click on your phone, go to the music file, and simply paste the music you have ripped from your cd there
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It is easy to transfer pictures from your cell phone to your PC. There are several ways to go about the transfer. The first is to connect your Motorola phone to your PC and transfer. You Motorola v220 phone come with a USB cord and compatible software on a CD as a welcome kit when you purchase the phone. Download this software on your hard drive; attach the USB to your cell phone on one end and to your PC on the other. Open the "removable device" Drive in "my computer" and copy the pictures to your PC. Another way to transfer pictures from Motorola v220 to your PC is through Bluetooth device. For this purpose, both your PC and your phone should have a Bluetooth device. Put it on and an automatic request will be sent from your phone to PC. Accept the request and continue to transfer.
phone go to the main menu(select the following) - settings -
connections (usb setting- memory card). thats all you need to know for transfering pics music ect. then plug in your usb and it will read every file you are trying to get ahold of
first u have to connect phone and pc with the use of usb cable, u have to install the cell phone cd after installing the cd u have various option like filetransfer,etc and now u can transfer files or pics etc.
and if u could not transfer ,open the files in phone and drag the pics or files to pc.
>> To transfer files using PC Studio, from a PC to the handset, follow the steps below:
These instructions assume you currently have PC Studio. If you do not, please check the Samsung Accessories site to purchase the software.
If the application is not yet installed, insert the CD into the drive on your PC and follow the on screen instructions to install PC Studio 3.0 (version 3.0.1) NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT USB CABLE DURING PC STUDIO INSTALLATION
Confirm the handset's USB mode is set to PC Studio by following the steps below:
While in standby mode, press the left soft key for Menu
Select Settings (9)
Select Connectivity (6)
Choose Select USB Mode (4)
Highlight PC Studio, using the navigation keys
Press the left soft key to Save the USB Mode settings
Launch PC Studio 3.0 (version 3.0.1), you will see "Not Connected" in the bottom right corner
Plug the USB cable into both the handset & the PC, you will now see "SGH-a727 Connected" in the bottom right corner (See example below)
Click on Transfer Files, you will now see the PC Studio Phone Explorer appear
Navigate to the location of the file(s) to transfer then highlight the desired file(s)
Click on To Phone, on the Phone Explorer menu bar (See example above) to copy to the handset
From the Search Folder screen, Navigate to the desired destination on the handset
Click OK to copy the selected file to the handset's memory
PC Studio Checklist:
Make sure your USB or Serial cable is compatible with your phone model. You can always check for the correct data cable by looking at the model number on samsungmobile.com in your phone's accessories section.
If you are using a Bluetooth dongle or IrDA port as your connection, the necessary driver(s) should be provided with their data kit and should be correctly installed and set up prior to the installation of PC Studio.
Hints & Tips:
Remember to select file formats and file sizes supported by the phone when uploading files to the phone from the PC.
Remember to select the correct destination folder in the phone when uploading files to the phone from the PC (e.g. mp3/aac files-> music folder, jpeg/gif files-> downloaded images folder, 3gp/mpeg4 files-> downloaded videos folder...)
Since no one has answered this yet and I found a solution, I minus well help the people out there. This is how I do it: 1) go to menu 2) go to tools 3) go to USB Mass Storage This will allow your computer to recognize your phone/card and will open it. I highly recommend transferring all your photos and video to your card instead of your phone memory. This is how you transfer it from your phone to your card: 1) go to menu 2) go to settings 3) go to memory from here you can gain access to what is on your phone memory and your card memory. From this you can edit where you want to save your pics/videos/sounds to (either phone or card memory) and transfer your media files from your phone to your card or vise versa.