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you have to tell it to look in the sd card not the stock folder You can put it on the card with an adapter or hook up the phone with it in and it will show up as an external drive then just drop the music in then
In order to add music to your mobile you have to do it through your mobile itself. You can copy any number of songs to your memory card according to the memory available. Then start your media player in your phone go to options and select update media library. Your media library will automatically search for music media and add it to your playlist.
The first is to get a microSD card reader, take the card out of the phone, put it into the card reader and plug that into your computer.
Then this will show up as a flash drive, and you will be able to drag-and-drop, or copy and paste.
The second is, when you have your phone connected to your computer, and ActiveSync is active, you can explore your phone and microSD card.
At the top of the ActiveSync window is the "Explore" button.
Click on it, and a new window should open up.
Click on "My Windows Mobile-Based Device", then "Storage Card"
You can drag-and-drop or copy and paste.
If you can't see the "Storage Card" folder, your phone may not recognize the microSD card.
The original Windows Mobile 5 (WM5), only recognized standard microSD cards up to 2GB.
You would have to upgrade the software/firmware to WM6 to recognize microSDHC cards of 4GB, 8GB and above.
It looks like you have Vista, I have XP, your results may vary.
I had the same problem. so what i did is i created a back up on my computer and format it the sd card. and it had a bad file in it that was causing the problem. once i format it the card it was ready to be used again. just make sure you look for that corrupt file so you don't put it again to the already clean card. also i removed the sd card from the g1 and plugged it straigt to the computer. I hope this can help you like it helped me.
Connect the BlackBerry to your computer.
Open My Computer, and open Properties of the drive.
What does it show under File System?
The BlackBerry cannot read NTFS, so make sure that it is not an NTFS file system. if it is, move your files off the card, and format it as FAT, then put the files back on the card after the format.
Otherwise, without the BlackBerry connected to the computer, go to Options (or Setting > Options, depending on your Theme),
Then opem Media Card, or Memory (depending on your Theme and software version).
What does it say about the card? Does it say that it is connected, or that there is no card?