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Format the micro SD in the phone, then use the usb secure digital and adapter that came with your phone, in your computer and put the MP3's you want under the "music" sub file. Place the micro SD back in phone and enjoy. If you are afraid of this removal of the micro SD from the phone turn it off before you go out and in with the card.
you can click and dragg mp3 files into the folder that apears when you plug in your usb cable. into the ringtones file or the music file. here when you plugg in the usb cord with your phone attacted of course. then when it has the lil "blurp ding" at the bottom right hand of the screen click the blurb and it should open a folder click and drag from media player or where you have your songs stored and into the folder that you just opened. if for soem reason the usb cord is unrecongnized you will need to install the driver, it shoul dhave the way to do that on the usb cable you purchsed package.
You can use Windows Media Player's "Sync" function to transfer music from your music library to your phone, but you need a data cable to connect the phone to your computer, or you can use a USB memory card reader that allows the computer to see the memory card as if it were another drive. NOTE: The i880 can ONLY play music files in an .mp3 format; if they are in ANY other format, they will not even show up on the song list on the phone.
Try bypassing the sync in media player. Plug the unit into usb and open my computer. The player should come up as a removable disc usually drive f:. Double click the drive and now you can click and drag or copy and paste your music into this folder and it will go right onto the unit.
Hope this helps