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I thought that you have not try with Oxycube.Download and install this software.Run oxycube and connect your phone via USB in normal mode by selecting PC Suit when prompt.After connecting the phone browse C of phone and open "Hidden folders" again select "Music dp" and delete it.Remove the USB and restore the phone, now you can enjoy music.good luck.Thanks for visiting fixya
First, you have to put some music files in memory card using a card reader or using data cable.
Then you need to update media library to see the music files. DO the following:
1. open music player
2. Select Option
3. Click Media Library
4. Again go to option and select Update Library
You will see all your music files in music player.
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.........
To slove this problem please open the music player and music player and select the option update library. Your library will be updated and all the songs in the storage card will come in the list and you can easily play them...
Open the music player. Press the left selection button and select Music library. Scroll down to select Update library. This will update the MP3 files to the library. If there is any MP3 file deleted or missing, it will be removed from the list from the music player.
Just select one of the MP3 file in your memory card and open it. It should work with media player. If it works with media player then the problem will be with the music player.
If this happens, go to Settings and select Restore factory settings and it will ask a password. Type 12345, and it will restore the settings to default. Then open the music player and update the library and it should work.
it's possibly because when you uploaded your files to your memory card, they weren't the right file type.
plug your memory card back into your computer, open the folder, right click on a file and go to properties.
if it isn't an mp3 type file, it will not play on most phones.
also, make sure you format the card before you put music on it.
BE CAREFUL. formatting the memory card will erase all of your data.