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Syncing music to htc g1

I cant sync music to my g1, when i get on windows media player it does not recognize my storage card.

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Maybe the sd card that you are using is a micro sd hc and if it is that it mont work

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http://androidcommunity.com/forums/f41/sync-your-g1-music-with-your-computer-7839/

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