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lol go to your music, play a song if one is not playing, navigate to the "now playing" screen if you not already there, in the top left hand corner you will see a oval type shape with a number 1 inside it, tap it, it should change to a grey or white color this means repeat is off, hit it again and the oval turn blue without the number 1 this is repeat all- to play in order turn off shuffle --Good Luck.
If Your music player is not playing Your music serially, then it means the shuffle of Your music player is on. When the shuffle of Your music player is on, then the music will randomly play the music on Your music library for You. To turn it off, please follow the steps below:
Go to Your phones menu,
Select the Media center,
Go to the options and select shuffle,
Turn it off,
Go to Your music player and play a song.
This time the song will play serially or how it is arranged in the music players list. Hope this helped. Thank You for using FixYa!!!
To do so there are more than 2 ways
1: Songs download via bluetooth:
Switch on the Bluetooth of your cell phone.
Switch on the bluetooth of your laptop/other cell.
Now pair your Laptop with cellphone::
go to start>control panel> my bluetooth places> pair device
enter any passkey like 123456
when it prompt on your cellphone, enter the same 123456 on the cell as passkey and your cell will be paired with laptop/cellphone
Now select any sog on the laptop/cellphone, rightclick on it and select send to bluetooth.
Accept the song reception on your cell.
After download you ca see the song in cell's inbox.
2: Songs download via Cable. Install the PC suite of youe cell phone on the Laptop/DesktopRestart the PC
Connect the USB /Data cable between laptop/descktop and your cellNow explore the cell memory in PC suite and imply copy paste the songs on the memory of your cell
I assume you have a Windows laptop. Make sure that the remaining 100 songs are not in .wma format, or else you will need to convert them to .mp3 first.
To add these remaining songs to your iTunes library and eventually to your iPhone, you must first locate where these songs are from Windows Explorer (e.g. My Documents) meaning you must open the folder/folders where these songs are located. If you've been using Windows Media Player to play these songs before, open WinMP and right-click on the specific song then select "Open file location". That will take you directly to the folder where that specific song is. When you find the song (as a file in a folder), right-click on it and select "Open with" then select "iTunes". That will automatically add the song you selected to iTunes library.
You can also do that with multiple songs by:
holding CTRL (from your keyboard) and clicking on each specific song you want to add to iTunes library; or
selecting the first song, then holding SHIFT (from your keyboard) and clicking the last song from that folder
.. then, right-click on one of the songs, select "Open with" then select "iTunes".
Once your done adding all your songs to iTunes library, you can then sync your iPhone.
Again, the remaining songs must NOT be .WMA format.
For more iPhone / iPod touch tips, click here.
The phone is alive but seriously ill with a viral attack. Or whatever caused the firmware to get corrupted. get it re-installed. Do not do it yourself as it is risky. Although it is permitted by Nokia. I lost my E61i doing it. get it done fron Nokia Care. It takes them about half an hour. Cost I cant tell you in the absence of your location.
Try this: Pu the card in the phone, and turn on the phone. Turn the phone back on and remove the card. Plug back into the computer and look for the music folder. put all your mp3s in there and remove it from the computer. Put it back in the phone and turn it back on. It should now find all of your music. Good Luck!