You need some form of memory card reader to interface with your computer. If you do not have a slot for it on your PC, you can purchase one for relatively cheap from any major computer retailer. Or, anyone who sells memory cards for that matter. Ensure it supports microSD (according to the photo and topic headline)
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This seems to be your memory card, pls put your card in the memory card reader if you have that in your system if you dont have that in your system then buy an external USB memory card reader.Once you put your memory card in the memory card reader it will be scanned by operating system and you will see your memory card in my computers of your system, it will most probablly look like an hard drive, you can then copy paste your songs in that drive and you are done.
You have to make sure that your phone supports the Audio format that you have the songs saved to. Also it depends on the type of phone that you have, some phones require software to create and index file for the songs that you have it load onto the phone. With out the index file the phone does not know how to identify new songs.
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Take the SD card out of the phone, if the card is micro sd you may need to put the card in the adapter that usually comes with it. Next, insert it in the computer's memory card reader, then drag and drop you files and music onto the card. If you see a folder labled MUSIC, thats where the music would go, just match up the names.
It's probably just that you aren't using the correct folders, but...
First, make sure you phone TRUELY sees it as it should. Some phones don't properly handle SDHC cards. As long as it's a picture phone, put in the card(blank and formated) and take some pictures. If you have a data plan, download a tune or two (sprint has "free sample" mp3 download of the week).
Now, take the card out, and access it with the computer. You should see a picture folder, and a media folder(names depend on the type of phone you have)
Specifically, the music folder is where you want to put your music files. Also, depending on your phone(you didn't say what kind you had) you should begin trying by uploading 128Kbps mp3 files. Most modern phones should handle that format.
Now, return to the phone, and test it out with either your "mass storage manager" app, or your media player app.
is this on a mac or pc? if on a pc plug it in then if it doesnt pop up go to my computer and find the file for it then open it... then u select the music file u want and either right click and hit copy then go over to the cards file and click paste or you could click and drag it onto the cards file. sorry if u have a mac i havent used those much and dont know how to do this on it
THIS WILL MAKE YOU LOOSE ALL FILES!!!
Take the memorycard out of the phone and,
put it in a computer.Use filesystem FAT-32
to reformat your memorycard.
Now the card will work again!
No password, No files will be left after a
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