When i transfer song from computer or by bluetooth it get can not play then i have to format my memory card . And after that it work properly, but after some time i again face the same problem, PL, give me a permanent solution for it. Once I also update software of my phone from Sony ericson's service center when 1st time I face this problem but not work more day's ,again I face same problem.
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Re: Data transfering problem
I think your mobile is being attacked by the virus when you connect your cell phone to your system... Alternative solutions: 1. format your memory card in some other system and scan the filef before you copy into your cell phone... 2. scan your system and kill the virus and then you can use to connect your cell phone.
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he Motorola razr v3i supports two kinds of music file formats: MP3 formats with bitrates of 192 Kbps and AAC formats with bitrates of 128 Kbps. Songs with lower bitrates are converted into appropriate bit rate songs before playing on the phone.
The iTunes application should be open on the computer
The phone should be connected to the computer using the USB cable such that the phone icon pops up in the iTunes application in the computer
Select PREFERENCES from the EDIT menu in the application
IN the PREFERENCE window, choose the PHONE option
Before transferring the songs, choose the option which allows for conversion of all higher bitrate songs into bitrates of 192 Kbps
Finally click OK to convert all songs into compatible formats ready for transfer
Now the songs are ready to be transferred from the desktop to the mobile phone
The songs can be transferred on to an external storage device like a memory card
First the card should be installed on the phone
Now the card should be set as the default USB connection on the phone. This can be done by going into the DEFAULT CONNECTION menu of USB settings in the CONNECTIONS menu
The phone should be connected to the computer using the USB cable and the iTunes application should be open on the computer
The application will show the phone icon on the left side of the screen
Now drag and drop an entire playlist or specific songs from the playlist onto the phone. The average transfer time for a song is 45 seconds
After all song transfers are done, the phone can be ejected by selecting the EJECT icon in the application
The phone should be ejected only after the DO NOT DISCONNECT message disappears from the screen of the phone
Now the songs appear in the iTunes digital jukebox on the phone where songs are stored under SONGS menu and playlists under the PLAYLIST menu
Please note that the Bluetooth connection cannot be used to transfer music between the phone and the computer
Music can be transferred to this phone using a USB cable or through Bluetooth. To transfer your song using USB cable,
You will have to connect your phone to a computer,
Be sure to have the USB cable of your phone, then you connect it to the computer,
Then you click on open file to view folder as soon as the Auto play comes up on the screen of your computer,
That way a page will open with the files on your phone,
Go to the music you want to transfer to the phone, then you right click on it and copy the music,
Go to the page where you have your music and paste it there,
That way your music will be on the phone.
To transfer through Bluetooth, ensure the phone you are trying to transfer music from has bluetooth on it. Ensure the bluetooth is on, then you follow the steps below:
Go to your phones menu,
Select the settings, and turn on your bluetooth from there,
Then you go to the phone you want to transfer the song from,
Select send via bluetooth,
It will search for the available bluetooth that is turned on,
Once it finds yours, select it and the music will attempt to be sent to your phone,
Accept it on your LG phone, then a page will load,
That way the music will be sent to your phone.
Be sure that your phone has a large memory that can receive the file, be sure also that the musics size is not larger that 7mb, if not, it might not load on your phone and says memory full. If your phone allows memory card, the moment you transfer the music to your phone, then you browse it out from your multimedia and transfer it to your memory card, to avoid the memory full error from coming up.
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Samsung s3310 cannot import files to memory card directly,When we are transferring through Bluetooth.When we are transferring files through Bluetooth,it stores in default to phone memory and this memory cannot be changed to memory card memory.
There is one way to transfer large files with 500megabytes size through compression of file and splitting up to many sizes.We can use any software for compression and splitting up."ERROR MESSAGE:memory is full" can be avoided through this above way.
For this you have two ways.
* For this you need either a Card Reader or USB cable (compatible with your phone)
First: For this you need a Card Reader, if you dont't have that then move on to step two else follow the following steps:
1. Take out the memory card out from your mobile which will be a MicroSD.
2. Put your memory card in card reader, then connect your card reader with your computer
3. Open My Computer. There you will find a removable disk. and there you can paste your songs. Else follow step two.
1. Connect you mobile using USB cable (you must have got that with you mobile)
2. Connect USB with your computer (Be Carrefull)
3. You will get some promt on your mobile that should be Data Transfer
4. Now open up My Computer and there you will find Removable disk open that up and paste your songs.
You might get promt of Format Disk, you can format that but you will loose all data stored in your Memory card.
We get format drive promt when memory card gets corrupted.
** If it will take time to arrange Card Reader or USB cable then go for Bluetooth option.
You can use your different phone after updating required songs and use your bluetooth to transfer that in the mean time .
whenever u want 2 transfer songs from someone elses cell 2 yours
temporarily change your message settings by going 2 inbox.then go to
settings,then go to others.then change the setting memory in use to
memory card instad of phone memory.and then start the bluetooth
transfer.after d transfer save the song by usual procedure.now u will b
easily able 2 save the song.after that u can revert to ur normal
setting of using the phone memory instead of memory card by the
procedure i mentioned at start.nothing is wrong with your cell so
You can use Windows Media Player's "Sync" function to transfer music from your music library to your phone, but you need a data cable to connect the phone to your computer, or you can use a USB memory card reader that allows the computer to see the memory card as if it were another drive. NOTE: The i880 can ONLY play music files in an .mp3 format; if they are in ANY other format, they will not even show up on the song list on the phone.
If the data-cable is connected to the phone, then it "locks out" access from the phones interface to your memory card.
If you unplug your phone and search the phone, i believe you should be able to see them.
If the music files you transferred to the phone are in the format .WMA the phone cannot play them. They need to be something like .AAC or .MP3, as the native Windows WMA-format is not supported by the W810i.
If the problem persists try updating your phones software using the SE-Software updater.