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there are several ways you can download and put music on your iPhone 3G
1.-Purchase songs in iTunes directly on your iPhone (this will cost you money and require you to create an iTunes account,if you download apps, you already have one).
2.-Insert a CD into the computer you plug your iPhone to, open the CD with iTunes, and rip the contents of the disc into iTunes (iTunes has a tutorial for this if you need further information), sync your phone with your iTunes on the computer and the songs will be added to your song library in your phone.
3.-You can use a P2P (peer to peer) sharing program ex. Frostwire, Winamp, eMule, to download the songs onto your computer. Take note of what folder these downloaded songs are being sent to. In iTunes, select File>add folder to library, a window will open, select the file where the downloaded music is located, and iTunes will add it into the music library in iTunes. Sync your phone with iTunes and the downloaded songs will be added to the music library on your phone
You just need to import your songs into iTunes library, then make a playlist with the songs, connect your iPod to computer, iTunes will detect the iPod automatically, then click iTunes menu "File -> Sync iPod", the songs will be transferred from iTunes to iPod.
If iTunes not works for you, You may try this ipod transfer, it's a nice iTunes alternative that can help you manage iPod files including delete, upload, play, copy, etc. It's much easier to use than iTunes.
1. Download iTunes. 2. Connect your iPhone to the computer. 3. On iTunes, you should see your iPhone listed under Devices. 4. Click on your iPhone. 5. Go to the Music, Applications, TV Shows, and all those other tabs and set your preferences. 6. Click Sync. Now you can send music from iTunes to iPhone.
it could be a number of things, but try this- go to your tools menu(the file folder icon) and tap more. then memory card, then music. are your songs there? if not then your songs are not on the memory card at all and if they ever were, then will have to reformat your card. if they are then you may have a problem with your phone or they may be then wrong file type.
I had the same problem. I hooked my phone back up to iTunes and synced my phone. Ringtone disappeared from phone, but remained in my computer's iTunes. Then I added it back to my phone through iTunes by syncing ringtones specifically. Here is step by step:
1. Plug in iPhone
2. Sync Phone
3. Click on iPhone, open Ringtones tab
4. Check "Sync ringtones" box and Select your Ringtone
5. Click Sync
This worked for my phone. Hope it helps. I used my phone to download ringtone.
u may have deleted the source file of the songs and tunes u know wat itunes play songs from d correct destination dat u provide 2 it.............if u changed d location of songs then it is unrecognizeable for itunes for those songs so u better chek if hose songs are playing in ur itunes without relocating the correct source files of ur songs
Simply USB your phone to your computer. Allow the computer to recognize the drive and card, and then click on open to view files. Double click on the card, then minimize. Then go to your music files, highlight the file you want, and under edit, do "copy to" and find the drive the card is on. It will put the music files in the correct folder automatically.
To download music to the sync is not as difficult as it may seem. You have a multitude of options but i'll just cover 2..... 1- there are website's through your phone that able you to download full songs.... 2- any song that is mp3 will play on the syc. there are also programs that will convert any music file to mp3... google- convert wma to mp3.... exct..... anyways after you have your your music set up as mp3... you can us your micro SD card that's in your phone (if you don't have one...radioshack usally has them on sale) make sure u have an thumb drive reader for the micro SD...... then drag/ drop your music..... insert micro SD back into phone and aslong as everything was done correctly..... BAM! and enjoy >; )
This happens to me as well!! I even have a1.0GB memory card insereted in my phone, so there is no lack of space for the music!!. I have no problems viewing any videos or images on my external memory, its just the music files that I cant listen to.!!