I added songs to my phone using nokia music manager. The songs come up in my memory card on my phone but when I click on them it says ''File corrupted''. I sent the corrupted files to my friends phone using blue tooth and they worked perfectly on her phone. I have deleted the songs and tried to upload them again from my computer but it still gives me the same messsage that the files are corrupted. In the past I have put songs on my phone from nokia music manager and they have worked but those songs came from cd's whereas I downloaded these songs from i tunes. Could this be the problem? Please give me a solution!
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check the memory free space from menu -- tools -- file manager and look for your memory status, if the music files are there, go to your music player, choose options -- refresh library for those new music files be added on the playlist.
i also having the same problem while updating my phone get restarting. the only way is to update the phones software will solve my problem. u can also check the nokia website for updating the software details.........
dear first u have songs or music in ur memory card or phone memory.and ur songs must be mp3 formated. then open ur music player and u click search music or songs from it. and u can also create play list from ur player. any way u can use different mobile application for play music.if everything has failed then restore ur phone and it will be ok. thanks
your Nokia 5300 takes a MicroSD Memory Card i would use only a 2 g card most phone willnt work good with anything but the 2gig. the memory card gos in the back of your phone. pull the back cover off and you will see where the card goes.
i think the music player software of your phone has got corrupted due to some error. it would be best to reinstall the software on your phone.
for this you would need a few things handy before you start off. first move all your data like pictures and songs from the phone memory to the memory card. now you would need to have nokia pc suite installed on your pc and you would need a data cable compatible with your phone. keep your phone in general profile and make sure the battery is full. connect the phone to the computer. the computer would recognise and install the usb drivers for the phone. now open nokia pc suite and configure the phone. next click on backup phone data on the nokia pc suite main screen. now it would backup all your data from the phone like contacts, sms, settings etc onto your computer. next click on software update. the suite would search for the software (note: you need to be connected to the internet) and would turn up with the software for your phone. now the installation would proceed. once it is done, again click on backup and restore the data from pc to phone. the reformat is done!
after this i would advice you to be careful while you recieve data over bluetooth or data cable. accept data only from reliable sources
I had some problems at first but don't think i had this. Anyway, there are at least 3 different ways to copy music that I can think of. Nokia Music Manager (tho this can be slow), Copy from 'My music' in Xp (Music in Vista) or copy from Windows Media Player. You could also put your phone into Data Transfer mode rather than Nokia Mode and transfer the files in file manager. Hope this helps. By the way, if anyone wants to upgrade to a 5310, it should be a great little phone similar to 5300 but slim but I've had problems with it cutting out during playback and re-booting. My old 5300 which my friend now has, the speaker has just bust! I will be getting Sony Erricsson next!