Question about Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Is corrupted files ^_^ the prob is in ur SD card ^_^ try to put other one SD
Posted on Jul 04, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: saving music on my micro sd..
well assuming you loaded music on your sd card:
to find it, just go to mystuff....
menu, mystuff, center button, it should load the mini sd right there. then all you have to do is click over right and file explore the mini sd. you should put music in the music file.
another option on the phone.....
go to att music
menu, upper left icon, center button, music player, it should find all files.
let me know how i can help some more
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: sd memory card samsung d900
It doesn't say so anywhere in the manual (I checked through the whole thing), but on the Samsung product info page for the D900 it says it can only use memory cards up to 512MB. So basically the solution is to buy a 512MB card instead. How much does that ****? Most places don't even sell cards less than 1GB. Ebay is probably the way to go. Having said that, since the internal memory is only a tiny 64MB, 512 is still 8x bigger. They really should have included this info in the manual. Would have saved me several hours trying to get the darn thing to work with my new 2G card.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
Some phones only support certain file types. Your phone may support MP3 files but only at certain bit rates. Or you may be putting WMA files on the phone and the phone cannot play them. But your specific problem is simple...whatever songs you are putting on the card are not supported by the phone. Check your instructions that came with the phone or the manufacturer's web site to see what specifications the phone has. It will tell you what audio files are supported.
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
The music must be in the music folder for the player to recognize it. If it is anywhere else on the card, the player won't see it.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
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