I have transfered music with file transfer using bluetooth. All the files have been saved in File manager on the hard disk. Now iam trying to make a playlist of the music files but unable to do . Plaese help
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iTunes is always the first choice for most of iPod users when it comes to transferring music from computer. It can help you transfer and backup files easily.
Connect your iPod to PC via matched USB cable.
Click the phone icon on the left corner of the interface. To manage your media files manually, you'd better go to "Options" under "Summary"tab, cancel "Automatically sync when this iPhone is connected" and check "Manually manage music and videos". Don't forget to click "Apply" when it's done.
Import music into iTunes library from computer by clicking "File" and then "Add File to Library". Once transferred successfully, you can select the music icon on top to see all the songs.
Click "Music" under "Settings" tab. Choose "Sync Music". You can either sync entire music library or selected playlists as you like. Then click "Sync" button at the bottom.
You can try using a file manager like ES File Explorer to move music and images from bluetooth folder to SD card.
As far as I know, you cannot natively change the storage location settings for Bluetooth shares. In order to move the files to another location, you need to use a file manager, such as ES File Explorer, to locate the Bluetooth share folder, and then move the files to a location of your choice. Unless you use a third party app for Bluetooth file transfers that allow changing the default location, you manually have to move the files after each transfer.
Open iTunes and plug in your iPod. On the left sidebar there should be your iPod name (If you can't find the sidebar, go to iTunes menu bar, under View, select Show Sidebar), go to your iTunes playlist and drag the songs you want to your iPod. For all of the songs, go to your iPod music library, even if you don't have songs, and on the bottom there should be a blue-ish bar. There might be a box saying "Autofill from iTunes library" click that ONLY if you want ALL songs from your iTunes to your iPod.
If you want to know how to put video or DVD movie onto iPod, I think this step by step guide would help you. http://www.dvdintoipod.com/how-to-convert-dvd-video-to-ipod.html
Hope it helps. Feel free to email me if you need further help.
If you want not only your content but also your playlists to exist on your new computer, you will want to transfer a copy of all your playlists from your old computer. To do this, choose File > Library > Export Library on your old computer. Save the XML file that is created to your desktop.
Send the playlists file to yourself as an e-mail attachment, use an external drive, or use file sharing to move the playlists file to your new computer. Once the file is on your new computer, open iTunes and choose File > Library > Import Playlist. The import process will remove any items from the playlists that you didn't share via Home Sharing.
To create an M3U playlist
On your PC, create a new empty .txt document using word pad, type nothing but save the file as a .txt.
go in to my computer -->> explore and find the file and rename the .txt document so it has an m3u file extension (example: my_list.m3u).
Open the m3u file with wordpad, notepad, or a text editor.
In the first line at top of the page type #EXTM3U.
After the first line, start listing your music files, copy and paste the song names , (with extension ie .mp3). One music file name each line.
Exit the text editor and save the m3u file once you are finished.
Drag and drop the M3U playlist to the Sansa player's MUSIC folder, your done if it works.
If the below does not work, maybe just attach it to an email and send it that way. Good Luck About transferring media files You can connect your BlackBerry® device to your computer to transfer files between your device and your computer, or you can use Bluetooth® technology to send media files to or receive media files from a Bluetooth enabled device. If you connect your device to your computer, you can transfer files between your media card and your computer using mass storage mode, or you can transfer media files between your device and your computer using the media manager tool of the BlackBerry® Desktop Manager. For more information about using the media manager tool, see the Media Manager Online Help. If you turn on media card encryption and you transfer files to your media card using mass storage mode or Bluetooth technology, your device does not encrypt the transferred files. If you transfer encrypted files from your media card using mass storage mode or Bluetooth technology, you cannot decrypt the files on your computer or on a Bluetooth enabled device. Transfer a file between your device and your computer using the media manager tool 1. Connect your BlackBerry® device to your computer. 2. On your computer, open the BlackBerry® Desktop Manager. 3. Double-click Media Manager. 4. Drag a file or folder from one location to another. For more information about using the media manager tool, see the Media Manager Online Help. Transfer a file between your device and your computer in mass storage mode Verify that mass storage mode is turned on. 1. Connect your BlackBerry® device to your computer. 2. On your computer, double-click My Computer. 3. In the Devices with Removable Storage section, click Removable Disk. 4. Drag a file from one location to another. To exit mass storage mode, disconnect your device from your computer. Send a media file using Bluetooth technology Verify that Bluetooth® technology is turned on and that your BlackBerry® device is paired with a Bluetooth enabled device. 1. In the media application, click a media type. 2. Click a category. 3. Highlight a media file. 4. Press the Menu key. Your Manual online: http://www.blackberry.com/knowledgecenterpublic/livelink.exe/fetch/2000/8067/645045/8533/1360749/BlackBerry_8830_World_Edition_Smartphone_-_User_Guide_%28version_4.2.2%29?nodeid=1360681&vernum=0