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It should already mine does, you may need to let the phone format the memory and then re-copy your music onto it. The memory card has to be formatted to FAT16 and most Windows PCs these days will format it to FAT32 unless you specify other
i have this phone and have tried and there is nothing we can do cause the songs have to be saved to the phone its self and there is not enough memory to do that i guess thats the down side of having the black label series
To find your music on the SD, go to my stuff, sounds, external memory, mp3 and you should see your music. Playing it, however is another matter. You can play only one song. Then you have to manually play the next one. Not what I'd call an MP3 player.
The software it comes with doesn't do anything for music. When you hook it up to the USB it should go into mass storage mode. Then you just drag and drop music files over. The only problem I'm having is figuring out which folder to put music in since there are 2 menus for sounds/music on the phone. And when you plug the phone in, it brings up 2 drives. One for the internal phone memory and one for the external memory card.
This happens to me as well!! I even have a1.0GB memory card insereted in my phone, so there is no lack of space for the music!!. I have no problems viewing any videos or images on my external memory, its just the music files that I cant listen to.!!