One of two ways... Either order a data cable of of ebay.. $15.00 or less..... Or get a micro sd card reader.. $10.00 bucks at wall-mart.. If you use windows media player it will sync to the reader... If you use I tunes.. Plug in reader w/ card... go to my computer and pull up the reader. card should be formatted with images, music, vid, etc. Simply chose song from itunes and drag it to the minimized reader, and drop in music slot... Once you have music on your card be sure to go in settings,memory card, remove card, before you take out the card,or you might lose any unsaved data thats on your card...
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Your Samsung Hue can only play MP3 encoded files (extension mp3). If you have taken music that has been ripped using the windows media player, the default rip settings put the tracks into windows media audio format (wma) which your phone cannot read. You'll need to find a free wma to mp3 converter and convert your files to load onto your phone. You can also set Windows Media Player to default to MP3 when ripping under the Tools|Options menu item. Look under the RIP tab and change the default format to MP3. If you are already using MP3, it is possible that you are using to high of a Kbs rate on your MP3's in which case you'll need to be sure you rip tracks in a lower Kbs rate (also under the RIP tab in Windows Media Player). Here is a link to a free WMA to MP3 converter... http://download.cnet.com/1770-20_4-0.html?query=wma+to+mp3+converter&tag=srch%3Ba&searchtype=downloads&filterName=platform%3DWindows&filter=platform%3DWindows
-try to move all songs outside the directory using your pc then test. if still not working, -insert your sd card to your phone and reformat it not on pc,then remove it and start again uploading mp3 songs then test.
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.
First plug in your phone through USB. Then go to "Mycomputer" and click on your phone under the section labled "Removable memory" then all you have to do after that is drag and drop music onto the file for your phone. After your done you might need to Update your MP3 player by going on your phone and scrolling down to Update Music Library which is usually located under the music player. Hope this helps =)