Question about Sony Ericsson K320i Cellular Phone
Since the memory of Sony Ericsson K320i is little, what you can do is download music to pc and compress them so that with their new reduced sizes, you can copy more to your phone. You can compress the music files by using a converter that enables you to change the bit rate. Normally, most mp3 files have a bit rate of 128 so you can use the converter to reduce it to 32 which is ok for mobile phones. With this, you can send more songs to your phone either by usb or by bluetooth.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
You cant add any more newer sony ericsson models have expadabel memory (memory card slot) k320i does not
Posted on May 06, 2009
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