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Re: trying to download music to phone
Well, the music dosent automaticly tranfer to your phone. You need a progam to tranfer files. That program you can find on the phone manufactures site.
If you need help finding it let me know. And in that case i need to know the model of your phone,
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Transfer music from a computer You can use the following methods to transfer music:
• To install Nokia Ovi Player to manage and organize your music files, download the PC software from www.ovi.com, and follow the instructions.
• To view your device on a computer as a mass memory device where you can transfer any data files, make the connection with a compatible USB data cable or Bluetooth connectivity. If you are using a USB data cable, select Mass storage as the USB connection mode. A compatible memory card must be inserted in the device.
• To synchronize music with Windows Media Player, connect a compatible USB data cable, and select PC Suite as the USB connection mode. A compatible memory card must be inserted in the device.
To change the default USB connection mode, select Menu > Ctrl. panel > Connectivity > USB and USB connection mode.
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Downloading music onto memory cards allows you to conveniently transport and store your digital audio. Some personal computers come equipped with built-in memory card readers. However, external devices still provide download capability for those who do not own memory card-ready computers. In either case, the drag and drop process allows you to store your favorite music onto memory cards. Instructions
Insert the memory card into an external memory card reader or device associated with the memory card, such as a PDA.
Connect the external memory card reader or device to your computer using a USB cable. Insert one end of the USB cable into the USB port on the external memory card reader or device. Insert the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on the computer.
Wait for the computer to recognize the external memory card reader or device. You will access the external memory card reader or device as if it were a drive in your file manager. Skip Steps 1 through 3 and insert the memory card directly into your computer's built-in memory card reader if applicable.
Open the file icon for the memory card reader or device to view its file contents as a folder.
Open the folder containing the digital audio file you wish to download to the memory card.
Drag and drop your desired digital audio file into the memory card reader or device's open file folder.
Hi - Sometimes devices are finicky about which SD cards they work with. I suggest you try a different brand card. Be sure to purchase it where they have an easy return policy just in case. The phone definitely supports two GB cards.
Luckily two GB cards are pretty cheap and it's always good to have a spare.
are you downloading a music through computer via USB cable or by inserting a memory card in a card reader? yesterday i have a customer his phone is sony ericsson C905...what i did is i removed the memory card... inserted it to the card reader in i download some mp3's to the computer.... that's it..
When you bought the Voyager, you should have gotten a USB cable to connect the Voyager to a computer. If not, you'll need to purchase one. NOTE: the USB cable needed has a standard USB connector on one end, but the other connector has to fit the Voyager (same place the charger plugs in at). Verizon sells the USB cords for the Voyager.
Your other choice is to get a MicroSD memory card, put it in the Voyager (place on the side to insert it), then put your music on pictures on the card, then take out the card and put it in your computers memory card reader, if it has one.
You could either use a memory card with an adapter to plug into your usb port and download to memory card, then insert back into phone... You can also visit www.motorola.com and download Motorola Phone Tools. With this program and a usb data cable you she be able to download any compatible ringtone format to your phone.
First of all, be sure that you have enough space in your phone for your music files. If not, you really need to insert a memory card. The bigger the memory, the more music files you can store in it. Then be sure that your phone is properly installed on your PC. Try also plugging your USB cable to another port. If you have been having problems with it, install it again using its driver. After these steps and your phone is recognized, you access your memory card and there, you can copy music files from yorr PC and paste into your memory card. I haven't used this Nokia model so I suggest you copy and paste music files directly and not by folders so it'd be easier for you to play those music (non-stop). For further question, feel free to comment or add clarification.
To put music on your W810i cellphone, connect it to your laptop with the usb cable. If you don't have the cable use a memory stick. The phone or card will show up as a removable drive on your computer in the Windows Explorer. Copy folders of music into the MP3 directory. When your phone is disconnected or the card is inserted, it will take several moments to index the music, and then your music will appear in the music listings.