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There's something wrong with the phone. I had the same problem & also mine switched it's self off for no reason & i had to reset the date & time & i've been reading other peoples reviews on this phone since & they have had the same problems.Take it back to the shop quickly & get a refund & get a different phone.
ive been trying for ages to do this and its so easy but no one seems to be explaining it easy! Your phone without the memory card only holds one or two songs. you must have songs in there for it to say memory full. Go to this song press options , file, move to extrenal. Now try and send a song through bluetooth. You will be able to recieve it now you have freed up spave on the phones own memory. Remember to save it to external straight away so u can recieve the next item. Easy peasy!
dats a load of waffle wat do u work for lg or somethung?? The bluetooth is full of problems but if u have a usb cable you can transfer files either directly onto the memory card or you can put one on your phone then maually transfer to the external card. Lg really messed up with this though
I had the same problem and realised that you have to copy the file from the music section on your external memory to the sounds section. Firstly I sent an album to my memory card via windows media player and it went to the music section. My phone recongnised it was there on the external memory but not when I tried to play it through the mp3. I read an earlier message and it mentioned that the music needs to go into the sounds file so I copied it to that file and hey presto, I have music on my external memory that actually plays lol
Connect USB lead, open "My Computer" access the memory card on "Removable disk (G)" - This will list the files in the "Music" folder. Open up my computer again & drag the files from the "Music" folder to the "Sounds" folder. When you then disconnect the USB the files will be in the "Sounds" section of the Media Album on the phone and can be played back. Hope this is of some use.