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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: micro sd card not reading songs
Yes, Brother there is one probability that your sd is formatted in fat-32 file system. For that i would like to say phone can only read FAT not FAT-32. Go to my computer, select sd drive properties and format it with FAT file system. Then load the files and you will be able to see it in your phone. If it works don't forget to vote here. For any proble contact me email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jan 07, 2008
I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM AND KEPT ON MESSING WITH THE 4G MEMORY CARD AND FOUND OUT THAT I HAD TO FORMAT THE MEMORY CARD ON MY COMPUTER AND NOW IT READS THE CARD..ON THE SIDE OF THE SD ADAPTER HAS A SLIDING PIECE THAT SAVES YOU FROM DELETING THINGS ACCIDENTALLY BUT IF YOU SLIDE IT INTO THE MIDDLE POSITION THEN IT WILL ALLOW YOU TO FORMAT THE MEMORY CARD BUT YOU WILL LOSE WHATEVER THAT IS ON THE MEMORY CARD AND WILL HAVE TO DOWNLOAD IT ALL OVER AGAIN..I HOPE THIS IS CLEAR ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY TO UNDERSTAND BUT THIS IS HOW I GOT MY MUSIC AND PICS ON THE MEMORY CARD
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
When you put the SD card into your laptop, it should show-up as a hard drive (one of your drive letters on a Windows machine).
Copy or drag your music files from your computer's hard drive to the "music" folder (it might be named "audio", I can't recall) on the SD card. This folder should be there if the card was previously in your phone. Once the files are copied there, they should play on the phone.
If you still have problems, try reducing the bit rate on the music files. I'm not sure how high of a bit rate this phone can handle.
So, for example, if your music is encoded at 256kbps, try reducing them down to 192kbps. I'm not 100% on this, but it's worth trying.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
Here are the steps I took:
for mp3 as ringtones:
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
This is because your Touch Pro is not a Mass Storage device. You have to actually take out the memory card and put the memory card into the Memory Card Adapter and place the adapter into your computer in the memory card slot. You then have to label folders for MUSIC, VIDEO, IMAGES, and DOCUMENTS and then place the files in the corresponding folders. It will make that noise because a USB device is being connected. This device can be used as a modem which is why your computer recognizes it.
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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