Question about Samsung SCH-a930 Cellular Phone
You have to convert the file from a mp3 to a .wma file....plug your micro sd into the comp with a card usb adaptor and place songs in the .wma format into your music,for ringtones take thirty seconds of any song you desire you can do this with a sound editors,and various other programs,the description of before you put it in will be standard like"any song.mp3"click on it or left click and change the name to "any song.mid"pretty much change the extension to .mid in place of the .mp3 in the song description and place into your sounds folder,the computer will prompt you saying this file may not play correctly do you want to change just select yes,also you may have to go to you settings to be able to see the details of the files just deselect hide details....i hope this helps figuring it out was frustrating for me
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Please make sure that the format of your music is supported by the phone. It does supports .mp3 file format.
Posted on Jul 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Your music may be located in a folder your phone doesnt recognize...that happend to me at first.
First you want to format your memory card through your phone. This will place the required folders on the card.
I used Windows media player to sync the music on my computer to the memory card using a media port on my computer. (just inserting the card directly to my computer). Once music was downloaded I looked at the card through "my computer", and noticed folders...one named "Music" and the other named "My Music". I moved the files from "Music" to My Music". Reinserted the card into my phone and the phone picked them up.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
yes you can, just put the mp3 file on folder "Sound" on the external memory, it will be automaticly put in your playlist mp3 player.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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