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Just switch the storage media from the setting of phone to Memory Card, if memory card is not saving data on it then you need to replace your SD card.
Just for try, format your SD card using card reader from computer and put it again on phone.
Hope this helps
Don't look directly for the card look for the things on the card. Pictures, ect ect, if you have named these files seperately, it will be fairly easy to recognize that they are just scattered about. Meddled among your pictures, videos, and ringtones.
I bought the e2120 for a friend this week and have put the 2 gig micro SD card I purchased separately into the phone, (it goes in the slot next to the sim card under the battery). You can put the memory card into your computer with the SD adapter that comes with the micro card and put photos and music onto the card that way. However, I am having trouble getting the phone to recognize the music that I put onto the card. I am not sure if I used the right mp3 format, so I will check. Anyway in my search for an answer to this problem, I ran across a couple of forums where your problem was addressed. You can connect the phone, (with the micro SD card inserted into the phone as I said above) then buy a USB cable to connect the phone from the charger slot to computer. Your computer will recognize the phone SD card as mass storage. Then you can drag and drop the files you want from the computer to the phone storage card. Just be sure the files you want to use are the right format to be read by the phone’s software, (e.g. jpeg for photo and mp3 for music). Then you can go to the storage card menu on the phone to find the files. The USB cable they said you need is called … APCBS10BBE
See http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/samsung-usb-data-cable-p14710.htm for a list of phones supported Other file transfer instructions from another site are… samsung e2120 has file transfer capabilty. instructions are as follows: connect data cable from device to pc > press menu > select settings > select pc connection > select mass storage > drag and drop your files.
Hope this helps.
go to menu, select settings then go to phone settings and go to PC connections and choose mass storage. there, you will be using your phone as a USB mass storage. on your computer, go to MY COMPUTER and click on REMOVABLE DISK. and that's it! you can now put your files in your memory card. PC Studio 3 reads only those files from your phone not in your mjemory card..
I hope this could help..
I have a similar problem, the issue for me was windows media player was creating a folder called music on my sd card and uploading the music there during sync function. However, the phone only looks in the \my_music folder on the SD card. Sync your phone, then rename the newly created music folder to my_music and the player will work. Still looking for a permanent solution to this problem.
I HAVE THIS PROBLEM but what i do is move all the files on my files to the micro sd then i copy some stuff from my Samson pc studio 3 to my phone until my memory is full then i repeat it until i get what i want there is one problem i takes a LONG TIME.