I bought my mum a sony ericsson w350 for xmas. i dowloaded her cd from the computer to her phone..... it is on her phone but it wont play. however when i bluetoothed the same song for her phone to mine, it played perfectly.please help!!!! many reguards
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The problem is now solved. It was an indexation process that continued in the background. Obviously it took all the power from my computer. Today I didn´t close the window that informed of the indexation and I let it continue until it was finished. I thought it would never stop and the popupwindow whith the staple that showed the process looked frozen. Nevertheless, after nearly an hour the process was ready, 100%. After that I could transfer my music files. Now I´m happy again!
You don't need the software to transfer music. I have the software but don't bother using it as it takes much longer to transfer files this way.
Just connect my your 350i to your computer using the USB cable. On your phone select "file transfer". Now, go to "My computer" and after 30 seconds your phone should appear as a removable drive, and you can drag & drop (or copy and paste files) into the music folder therein.
While in "file transfer" mode you cannot make or receive calls or texts, so be sure to disconnect as soon as your file transfer is complete. To do so, in my computer, right click the icon for your phone and select "eject".
go to sony ericsson site and download media mgr
BUT your phone needs a memory card. I transferred one song and I cannot get it to work again even with memory card. My daughter said to put card into a adapter which I have and use a card reader or something like that you buy at radio shack. So you transfer music to the memory card via the cable and reader thingy, then put the card back into the phone. Simple? heck no. The phone propaganda makes it sound like you hook the phone to your computer with its USB, downl media mgr and just drag and drop. Let me know if this fantasy comes true for any of you!