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Windows media players doesnt recognize music files

Hi just installed a 1gb sandisk minisd card on my audiovox 5600 the phone recognizes the card and everyhting. but when i store music files on the card and then try to play them back with the defualt player which is of course the windows media player it says corrupt or invalid file which i do not understand because the music files plays fine on the windows media player that is on my computer so i would like to know what is wrong?

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Re: windows media players doesnt recognize music files

Use Media Player on your computer to SYNC you music files to your phone. After files a synced, go to Media Player on phone and click right soft key MENU and select UPDATE Music/Audio Files, then select SEARCH.

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How do i transfer music from pc to bb curve 8300?

You can't put songs that you have bought from apple. You can put songs that you have riped from CD's or downloaded. You need a micro SD card. On the phone go into options: Advance Options, Media Card. Turn mass storage mode on. Now plug your BB into the computer and a little window will open up. open the Blackberry folder then music. Drop and drag your music files into that folder. if your going to use the Desktop software go to google and type: Blackberry Desktop Manager 4.5. This version comes with a media manager. Click on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

May 24, 2009 | RIM Blackberry Curve 8300


Can't sync music to your G1

T-Mobile is issuing an over the air upgrade for all G1 phones to correct a software problem not allowing music files to sync properly using Windows Media player.

The best solution for now is to remove the memory card from the phone. Install it into a SD card adaptor and insert it into a card reader. Windows Media will sync playlists to your memory card properly using this procedure.

on Nov 22, 2008 | HTC G1

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Blackberry curve from sprint

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: and check it out.


Mar 28, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone

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Syncing music to htc g1

maybe the sd card that you are using is a micro sd hc and if it is that it mont work

Mar 01, 2009 | HTC G1

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Memory card not recognized

The micro SD card you need is made by Handango "Games for Windows Mobile Standard". Got mine at Best Buy

Feb 08, 2009 | Sprint Vision PPC-6700 Smartphone

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Computer won't sync with audiovox smt 5600

You must install ActiveSync software on an Win XP OS available with disk supplied with phone or on MicroSoft support page.

If you are using Win Vista OS, then download latest Mobile Center software while you phone is plugged into USB port.

Phone must be recognized by OS for phone to charge. Nice Audiovox/Microsoft desigh heh? Some times you just want to get designs by the throat and squeeze them.

Mar 25, 2008 | Audiovox SMT5600

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Put mp3 music on an at&t tilt

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

Mar 23, 2008 | AT&T 8925 Tilt Smartphone

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You need a mini SD card do to this. If you are using windows media player it will be the easiest to sync:

Step 1: Insert MiniSD into the computer
Step 2: Open Windows Media Player
Windows Media Player should detect the MiniSD
Step 3: Go to the sync menu in Windows Media Player
Step 4: Make sure the music is selected and library, if you do not have your songs here, (using limewire or something, you can add them to your library; Where it says library on top go below it and an arrow should appear and click it, scroll down to add library and select the option you want ans search all of them, your music shoudl be added to WM)
Step 5: Select your songs and drag onto the right side
Step 6: After you selected all the songs click start sync at the bottom

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Micro SD Not Reading

I have same problem with A1200 not recognize micro sd card.
some one help ,Please.
Thank - you.

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