I just got the samsung gravity. i went out and bought a memory card and usb cord. but when i went to windows media player i could not figure out how to put the music on the phone i went to sync and it was not there and i cant find the phone in the computer when its pluged in can you help
i recently got the samsung gravity as well and had a 4gb card for it and got the same problem.... from what i have found its not the size of the card its that the phone does not support the (HC - high capicity) micro sd card. I went down and bought a regular 2gb microsd card and popped it in and it works fine. also all you have to do to put music on the card is drag(from your pc) and drop into the music folder(on the sd card). hope this helps. have a great day!!
Hey, I have the Samsung Gravity 2 with a normal 2GB card and it works great! It's super easy to just drag and drop music (anything from WMP should work) and pictures(jpeg's) but does anyone know what kind of videos work on this phone?
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Remove the memory card and insert it into an USB memory card reader and connect it to the USB port of your computer then run Recuva program to recover your files. Recuva (pronounced "recover")is a freeware Windows utility to restore files that have been accidentallydeleted from your computer. This includes files emptied from the Recycle bin aswell as images and other files that have been deleted by user error fromdigital camera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even bring back files thathave been deleted from your iPod, or by bugs, crashes and viruses!
Simple to use interface - just click 'Scan' and choose the files you want to recover
Easy to use filter for results based on file name/type
Simple Windows like interface with List and Tree view
Can be run from a USB thumb drive
Restores all types of files, office documents, images, video, music, email, anything.
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Your music is most likely in the wrong format. Your samsung gravity can only play music that is in .mp3 format. The other samsung phone can read the other music file types (for example WMA) that your gravity cannot. There's nothing wrong with the phone or memory card, its just the way the phone works.
Your music may be located in a folder your phone doesnt recognize...that happend to me at first.
First you want to format your memory card through your phone. This will place the required folders on the card.
I used Windows media player to sync the music on my computer to the memory card using a media port on my computer. (just inserting the card directly to my computer). Once music was downloaded I looked at the card through "my computer", and noticed folders...one named "Music" and the other named "My Music". I moved the files from "Music" to My Music". Reinserted the card into my phone and the phone picked them up.
1. Put a micro SD card into your phone. (Make sure it's blank)
2. Format the card from your phone. To do this go into "Menu//Settings & Tools//Memory//Card Memory" then click on "Options" that should open the format screen. Enter your security code (usually the last four digits of your cell #) and format the card.
3. Exit all menu screens by pressing the "End" button and remove your card.
4. Insert your card back into your PC. It should recognize the card and open a "Removable Disk" window. (if not, manually open this window by clicking on "Start//My Computer//drive E: or F:" , they might vary depending on your computer set-up.
5. You should see a folder named "my_music". That's where you are going to drag your music files into.
6. DO NOT open any media player. Just find the location of your music FILES. Usually if you click on "Start//My Music" your music FILES will be stored there.
7. Simply drag and drop music FILES into the folder that I listed on #5. DO NOT drag an albulm. It won't work. Just the music file.
ok, I have managed to use my sandisk 512mb card to put on music...even though I didnt know you had to format the disk in phone first (I dont recommend because all my music is individual clips and not in my music file), however once you see that the music is on the card via "my files" I went to the music player and hit options...then hit "add music from" then hit "memory card"...now you must put a check mark by all the music files you want to add to the music player (or choose "all" and hit ok) This will put your chosen songs off your card into the music player and you can see the song title at the top of your player screen and use the arrows to move through your songs/clips. Choose the song and hit play.
have you tried to download the PC Studio software for your phone? i think that you need a special program to do that. look for it @ samsung.com or here is another way: get an adapter for your microSD, and jsut hook it up to your computer via a card reader. drag your music into the MUSIC folder. tada!