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Try another known working card in the phone. If that also does not work then you have a serious issue with that phone. If it works then parhaps your card has gotten corrupted and needs to be reformatted or replaced.
bluetooth is a type of wireless connectivity between supported devices. you can share music files with other mobile users through bluetooth , and you may use a bluetooth wireless headset to listen to the music files being played through your bluetooth enabled systems such as laptop and may also be supported by yuor phone.
There are 3 ways. The first is to connect it with a USB cable and software that came with the phone. Second is to use the bluetooth option but your computer must have bluetooth too. Third is to copy images to micro sd memory card and then attach it to a card reader on the computer.(with the adapter)
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thats why you cannot listen a music to your phone because you remove the SD card, besides all the music files you have is on the SD card so you will never listen to it, just return it to your phone and it will come back
No, Im Sorry But Adaptors Are Incapable Of Holding Memory, And You Shouldn't Take Out The Micro SD Before You Remove The SD Card, You Should Also Try Putting In The Micro SD Card And Going To Tools And Enter Into The Memory Option And Selecting Card, Then Using The Options Button Format It, Then Put It Back Into You Computer And Save All Your Songs To The Folder Named my_music This Should Work, And Just So You Know The Phone Will Not Play All Of The Songs That You Put On It For Some Reason, Its Some Formatting Conflict The Songs Can Be In .wma Format Or .mp3 not .mp4 or any other types.
Ok, I figured it out. Well, ok, maybe I didn't figure it out, but I did solve the problem -- by making sure everything on the SD card was backed up, and then reformatting it. Then I put all my MP3's back into the "my_music" folder on the card, and it all showed up on the phone -- finally!