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Listening to mp3

Does anyone know if i can use my bluetooth to listen to mp3 on my micro sd card?

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sir, micro sd slot is a expansion memory of your mp3. like if you dont have any bytes left on your mp3 and you want to add another songs then sd memory card will be the option. so that you can listen a songs from your mp3 internal memory and micro sd memory card. by the way micro sd is cheaper than any other memory card selling in the market.

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I got a nokia 6275i cell phone and when im listening to the mp3 player sometimes it skips some tracks and wont play others.. its not on shuffle or anything... could it be the low quality micro sd card?


Hello, i have been reading about your problem and i know why it is doing it! Some sd cards are very low quality and therefore they act slow,if you have a low-quality sd in a phone it may not work that good while listening to music.... I can reccomend you a great MICRO SD for less then £5/$5 ,the product is avalible to buy at amazon,Here is the link= http://www.amazon.co.uk/SANDISK-MICRO-SD-2GB-CARD/dp/B000HCGAFK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1221380039&sr=8-1
I brought one of these,great value!

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