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Cellphone compatibility if i download songs on my w810i cellphone which are in format other than mp3, they don't get played on the cell phone. what to do?

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Convert other file format into MP3 format

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I have a samsung s3100 i cant play memory card songs on the music player. Please help... I really need ur help this phone is wack.


Good Day!
i have checked your phone online. your Samsung s3100 can only support audio files with these formats. .mp3, .wav and polyphonic ring tones only. So please, try downloading audio file with these file extension formats or you can download a software than can convert audio file that suits your cellphone. for example: the lazy song.mp3 or the lazy song.wav
i hope this helps.

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Gud am sir, i have a problem with my cellphones model nokia 3110c, i cannot used my music player, every time i open it, always appear no music files found, even i had to much song files in my memory...


First Solution:
Try bluetooth, ask your friend(s) to send you song via bluetooth then save it to your phone memory or memory card, if it is working meaning there is no problem with your cellphone. It's in the audio format!
Second Solution:
Backup all of your songs then copy one(1) song and convert it using audio and video converter into mp3 format. Though your songs in your mp3 player are already an mp3 format. Some cellphone can not read it as mp3, after converting copy the song that you converted as mp3 format into your memory card but before that format your memory card first. Good day

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When i add songs to my phone, Why wont they play on my phonee?


make sure u r adding songs of mp3 format not other format like RM,WMA,WAVor mpeg.

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If y download somthing from realplayer to my cellphone and i play it on my cellphone it says : Unsupported file type


Hi, Keep in mind this phone is not compatible with all types of media. To ensure your phone can play the content it needs to be in formats such as : MP3 for music or AVI for video.
If you sued Realplayer to automatically download a vdeio (from for example Youtube) you need to convert the video to a format such as AVI or 3GP. You can look for a free converter in sites such as www.download.com
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I cant set mp3 ringtones


right click on the mp3 songs there will be one option as use as go on there will be ringtone option click on it then use as ringtone as u wish enjoy it.

Feb 18, 2009 | Sony Ericsson Walkman W810i Cellular Phone

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Connect MP3 player to cellphone


Can you be more specific:

Are you trying to play the cellphone through the MP3 player,
or vice versa.

If your goal is simply to transfer jingles and tunes, the best
way to do this is to use a computer. The Motorola phone has
USB and Bluetooth connectivity, see:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorola_RAZR_V3

With the right software, you should be able to transfer
songs and jingles between your PC and the computer.
(Check Motorola for downloads)

The same is true for the MP3 Player.

The only glitch you may find is the compatibility of
the two devices' media file structures.

You may need to download two separate audio file
converters:

Cellphone <==> Windows WAV format
MP3 player <==> Windows WAV format

Finally either (or both) devices may have built-in DRM
(Digital Rights Management) copy protection,
so you may need to download some hacker/ripper
software to recover the original audio.

Google for copy protection by brand name.

Hope this sends you in the right direction.

Martin

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CANNOT PLAY DOWNLOADED SONGS


What format are they? I don't think the Walkman will play M4a (iPod) files. You're best-off with Mp3 files at a bit-rate of 128mbps or 192mbps. I'm not sure if it can handle "lossless" quality music files.

Jan 02, 2008 | Sony Ericsson Walkman W810i Cellular Phone

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IT WONT PLAY SONG I HAVE DOWNLOADED INTO THE MEMORY STICK. IT ONLY GIVES THE OPTION OF SENDING IT, RENAMING IT, OR DELETING IT? WHY WONT IT PLAY THE SONGS THAT I DOWNLOADED!?


have you tried actually clicking it with eh central select button?, see if it comes up in walkman mode, if not then the file format is wrong, make sure they are MP3 file formats, anything else wont work!, M4A is not compatible with this phone!!!

Dec 22, 2007 | Sony Ericsson Walkman W810i Cellular Phone

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Won't play songs


you should convert the song first to which your phone could support. simply downloading song (MP3 format) to your phone would only fill-up or consume lots of your phones memory.

Nov 15, 2007 | Sony Ericsson K600i Cellular Phone

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Cannot download


If the data-cable is connected to the phone, then it "locks out" access from the phones interface to your memory card. If you unplug your phone and search the phone, i believe you should be able to see them. If the music files you transferred to the phone are in the format .WMA the phone cannot play them. They need to be something like .AAC or .MP3, as the native Windows WMA-format is not supported by the W810i. If the problem persists try updating your phones software using the SE-Software updater.

Oct 05, 2007 | Sony Ericsson Walkman W810i Cellular Phone

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