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format your sd card using your treo 680. then you insert your sd card to your laptop or into a card reader so you can transfer music files from your computer. create a folder to the main directory of your sd card and then rename it to "AUDIO". you may now save music files to that folder.
you can now play music files to your treo 680.
In order to add music to your mobile you have to do it through your mobile itself. You can copy any number of songs to your memory card according to the memory available. Then start your media player in your phone go to options and select update media library. Your media library will automatically search for music media and add it to your playlist.
Hi Heather The media card on the handset is not installed properly and not in the right mode Please try these steps out 1. To install a memory card into your device Go to Options > Media Card. 2. Enable Mass Storage Mode by changing the option to “On” 3. Change “Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode When Connected” to Yes. 4. Connect the device to the PC 5. A Dialog will pop up 6. Select “Open A Folder to View Files” 7. Memory card will display all the folders on 8. Navigate to the BlackBerry folder 9. Navigate to the ringtones folder 10. Drag the ringtone downloaded from the PC into the ringtones folder.
Please do let me know whether the problem is solved or not. Remember the first three steps are most imortant as that is where you install the media card and set it to the right mode Good Luck and lets hope for the best
I am going to guess that since you can copy some types of media files to your phone then the problem is the format of the video files you want to copy. The phone's media playing application may not show files it cannot recognize.(or show an error message).
If you want to watch videos (or movies) on any type of smart phone or mobile player then I suggest you download a free application called Format Factory. It converts any type of media file to any other type of media file (video, music, pictures, DVDs). It has settings for Blackberry phones, iPods, PsP, etc. Go to: http://www.formatoz.com/ and check it out.
Well it sounds like a nice mp3 player, What I would do which will make it easier then connecting it to media player to transfer your music into it, You should first connect your player to your computer close any applications that might come on by pluging player in, Then go to the Start Menu click on My Computer, Find your player as a drive that is attached ussually usb if you don't see it. Look at what comes with your player there might be a driver disc thst you have to install driver forthe mp3 player, If not your computer can try to search for driver online but it will tell you that when you plug it in, Also Videos on you tube about that, When you see the Attached drive on the my computer page then click on it and open it, leave it open it should be empty, The go back to start menu and go to the folder where your music is sitting, Open that folder up. If you don't have any music you can copy any CD music to your computer by downloading media player if you don't have it or I- Tunes if you have a Apple computer, AND THEN Rip you cds to your computwer in there and store into music folder, Or buy music online and store into music folder, Then open the folder were your music is, And Pick up the music with your mouse and drag it into your attached drive folder, Drag an drop with your mouse from one music folder to attached drive folder and and then when you get all your music over unplug your mp3 player from your computer, And you are ready to play your music, Good Luck with that.
Okay, now this goes for if you can't see your pictures as well.
You need to make sure that there are not files for each song. Go onto the memory card and if there are folders for each song, move the songs onto the card 1 by 1 and delete the folders. It seems as though the folders are tricking the phone and making it shut down. The phone cannot process that many folders.
Once this is accomplished, you should be able to opperate like it should be.
Folders are created when you sink your media player to the phone, don't do this!
Move the songs over 1 by 1 to the music folder preinstalled on the memory card once formatted by the phone.
So on your Mini SD you need to make a folder named MUSIC. Then you just put ur music into it. After that place the card back into the phone.
Next on the phone go into the start menu and into the Tools menu. On there press file explorer. From here you can view all files on the phone. From there go onto storage card and in there select music. That will show all the music files. To import the music into the WMP library go into Windows Media Player from your programs list. Once in WMP press men and then press update library. This process could take any where from 30 mins. to an hour. once that is done you got it working
1. Soft reset your device 2. make a backup copy of the folder \SD-MMCard\MSMETADATA if exists. 3. delete the folder \SD-MMCard\MSMETADATA. 4. Soft reset your device once again.
2nd approach (Long one!)
If 1st approach did not work, restore the MSMETADATA folder and try the following:
Step Zero: BACKUP - Make a full backup of your device (including storage cards). If you don't like to do a full backup keep at least a backup of all files and folders we are going to delete as indicated below:
Step One -In the main device directory delete the file WMPInfo.xml -Delete the \Application Data\Microsoft\Media Player\ directory and all of the files in it including the WMDRM folder. -Delete the \Music folder
Step Two -Go to your SD card main directory and delete the file WMPInfo.xml -Delete the folder \SD-MMCard\MSMETADATA -Delete the folder \SD-MMCard\WMDRM -Delete the folder \SD-MMCard\Music
Step Three -Repeat step two for any other storage cards.
Step Four -Refresh devices in WMP and the storages card should show up in the left tab and in the sync window you can click "Next Device"
I found a little problem with this too. So I created a folder to put on my storage card. Name it whatever you want. Now take these steps to get to it to play all the songs in the folder:
When you are in Windows media player, click menu, open file, storage card, The name of your folder. You should be setup to play all those songs as a playlist now.
Hope this helps, I haven't messed with it anymore so I've stuck to it doing this. Good luck.