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Download music and it shows it is there but it is not

The phone takes only mp3 format songs and the program we are using to syncronize music to the phone says they are mp3 format songs but there not but the computer thinks they are so when i try to convert them it converts the songs to a format the phone dosen't take. the songs will show that they downloaded on the phone but there not really there so i can't listen to them or add them to the playlist.

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  • nomobud Dec 10, 2008

    the phone takes only mp3 format songs and the program we are using to syncronize music to the phone says they are mp3 format songs but there not but the computer thinks they are so when i try to convert them it converts the songs to a format the phone dosen't take. the songs will show that they downloaded on the phone but there not really there so i can't listen to them or add them to the playlist.

  • riccochett11 Feb 17, 2009

    i put music from windows media player to a sandisk memory card and the phone shows songs as a reg file not mp3

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Download samsung pc studio 3 from their website its free then in the multimedia player page convert the songs from your wma (windows media audio)format to mp3 format then transfer to your phone. you can even edit the songs to your favorite place in the song and have that as a ringtone. for nomobud convert them using this program , because they will download like you said but the phone reads them as files not mp3 therfore no music but the files are still there.

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