Question about Cell Phones
I tired to put some music on my micro SD card for my phone, and I ended up putting too many songs on the SD card so now they won't play on my phone. I've treid to remove the songs on my phone but I can't because every time I open my music an error message pops up that says I must remove the songs and restart the program. I've also tried on my computer but I can't remove the songs from my micro SD card because it says they are write-protected, I was thinking I would have to format the card, I really don't know much about this stuff but I'm hoping I'm not the only person this has happened to HELPP?
Usually you should be able to take the SD card out of your phone and put it in a universal card reader (around $30.00 cost) connected to you computers USB port. The SD card will come up as an external drive icon on your desktop. When you open the SD card icon on your desktop by clicking on it the contents of the card should be right there visable. Just drag whatever you don't want on the card off the card and into the trash. It should no longer be on the SD card when you reinsert it in your phone.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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