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Samsung gravity music player help

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

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  • beckloff13 Jan 05, 2009

    i got a mini sd card and put music on it it showes up on the file but wont let me play the song or add it to my playlist

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    how do i listen to music and text at the same time?

  • gtbadplay Feb 20, 2009

    how do i put in music i have the usb cable but what file do u put the music in. DO you have to make one?

  • mrs_socal420 Mar 06, 2009

    i just bought the gravity too and i cant put music on it either

  • devinu666 Mar 11, 2009

    i dont know how to put music on it. how do i put music on it??

  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    i tried to plug in the SD card and the cord but neither one works. it says i have to format it or to insert a disk for it. but i dont have a disk and it wont work to format it. its so frustratting!!

  • Anonymous Apr 17, 2009

    so no one answered how you fix this?

  • Anonymous May 09, 2009

    my kids just went out and bought me the memory card and usb card i have been trying to figure out how to put music on my phone for about eleven hours now and still have nothing where do i get step by step instructions from? i was so happy when my kids gave me the tools i needed to put music but it sucks bcuz i still cant figure it out

  • Anonymous May 20, 2009

    i just got this phone for my daughter..it sounds like this phone is having problems with 4 gig cards?
    they say 1 gig or less will work.
    it says it's "full" in the phone..
    but when i format it on my laptop..it says 3.6 gigs available
    so when we put it back in the phone..i.t says 104kb FULL
    :(

    -G

  • Ashten Aguilar
    Ashten Aguilar Oct 30, 2013

    you cant text and listen to music at the same time and that music thing happens to me to

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Hello all

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!!

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Which Windows the computer is matters also. You need to install the software for the phone. You can try putting the memory card into the pc with an adapter.

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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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Go to the samsung website and download the new pc studio this will alow you to drag and drop music, pictures and videos to your phone.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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