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SANDISK I bought a sandisk memory card to transfer music from my computer to my phone. The sync worked fine but when I put the memory card into my phone and try to play the music, it says it does not contain supported music files. I have tried EVERY scenario including formatting and mp3's only but still it won't work.....HELP!!!

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    Ashish Dwivedi May 11, 2010

    Please tell me the phone model no. and also the way to transfer files to memory card like you simply copy and paste or you use some software installed on your computer to send songs to memory card.
    Also, please let me know if you are able see the files on phone or not after inserting the card.

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In an effort to inflate their bottom line many providers (can u say Verizon) "fix" the phone so that only files downloaded to the phone from their pay-for-Music site will go into the proper folder so that phone sees them. The trick then is to outsmart them by latching onto a hack that will allow u to get them into that folder.
This is especially true for ring tones.

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