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connect your Samsung phone to the PC via USB, sd card will be shown and there will be folder name Samsung and a sub folder music. You should add music files there and it should be .MP3 format. Check your Samsung music player, all songs will be shown and played and playlist will be available.
In my V-750, I just formatted the MicroSD card from my cell phone and put it into my computer, then dragged the MP3 files to the My Music folder. I didn't need any Motorola CD. Note the order, I first tried to just put the MP3 files on the MicroSD and it didn't work.
Later, I went to the Big Box store they suggested on the Motorola web site and I think I paid $20 for the official USB to Mini USB cable that fits my cell with software to make ring tones and transfers.
WHat up? Ok to get the ringtones to your phone (which I have searched for two days to find a solution) do the following
1.) get your desired .mp3, or .mid ringtone file and have it on your pc.
2.) log into your email (yahoo, hotmail, etc), create an email and attach the .mp3 file. Make sure the .mp3 file in under 500k in size.
3.) in to TO: box enter the following ,<yourphonenumber>@mymetropcs.com and send it.
4.) check your message box when your phone chimes.
5.) press the Get button to download the file to your phone. If your file is over 500k it may not download.
6.)Now go to your inbox
7.) press the Browse button to stop the file from playing.
8.) make sure the file is selected, press the Up button (Top outter ring of the middle menu button)
9.) press the options button, select "use higlighted object" and save it to your phone.
10.) the file will now be in the MyTUnes folder and you can now set it as your main ringtone or a contact ring tone. (I'm typing this from memory so my menu selection names may be off a little but this shold get yall going. I was HYPE when I found this solution. I'm now searching on how to get the games on it.
the only thing i can think of is to reformat the songs themselves you can go into each individual file a hit run as and it should give you options on how to read the files. open the file of the song that does play and hit your property tab this should tell you the format info.
what that means is that some of the songs are formated different and the player cant interface with the format. i have a phone with a mp3 player intergrated to it all the songs will play on the phone , but i take it and put in my other dvd/mp3 player and all the songs play except for 2 i figured it out the 2 songs are formated different. so the only way to fix this problem is go on your computer and re download the formated songs like the 15 that work. please rate this
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First you need to convert your songs that are wav. to mp3. You do this
by downloading a wav. to mp3 converter from the internet .
After you do this then you put the songs back on your phone. Go to the
audio player, then go to list, then select the folder my music. Then
you click add (you may have to add each song one by one, but it works)........