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Without a specific description of the file format or file size limit, a good way to test what works is to create some very short files saved in different formats on your PC then load them on your memory card to see which ones work. Usually formats like .WAV, .SND, and perhaps some others may work. They can be easily saved to test on your PC. The main SAVE AS considerations are: Extension; Format: as in PCM, and about some 18 others; then Attributes: frequency, bit-rate, and Mono vs Stereo
Windows basic sound Recorder will let you load a sound file and save it in different formats [with some limitations] but enough to experiment.
To do so there are more than 2 ways
1: Songs download via bluetooth:
Switch on the Bluetooth of your cell phone.
Switch on the bluetooth of your laptop/other cell.
Now pair your Laptop with cellphone::
go to start>control panel> my bluetooth places> pair device
enter any passkey like 123456
when it prompt on your cellphone, enter the same 123456 on the cell as passkey and your cell will be paired with laptop/cellphone
Now select any sog on the laptop/cellphone, rightclick on it and select send to bluetooth.
Accept the song reception on your cell.
After download you ca see the song in cell's inbox.
2: Songs download via Cable. Install the PC suite of youe cell phone on the Laptop/DesktopRestart the PC
Connect the USB /Data cable between laptop/descktop and your cellNow explore the cell memory in PC suite and imply copy paste the songs on the memory of your cell
Hi, you can copy music files in two ways: 1) Send via USB a) Install the Samsung PC Suite (driver) in your PC/Laptop. b) Connect the device with the PC/Laptop via the USB cable got. The PC suite will act as an interface for connecting the mobile to the PC. Use original USB cable for faster & efficient data transfer. c) The PC suite will give an interface for copying the music files to the mobile, Or, you can directly copy files by accessing the extra drive shown on the MyComputer which denotes the mobile device's memory.
2) Send via Bluetooth If you have an active bluetooth device available in your PC/Laptop then just send files to the mobile after searching the mobile.
Back up first files on your memory card on your computer. then format the memory card on the pc. Then put back the formatted memory card and format it again on the phone. Take out your memory card then put it back again on your pc to copy your previous files. This should work.