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Re: how to move music to phone from computer
Your phone doesn't need or have any special software to transfer music. When you phone is connected, it should show up as a removable disc. Then all needs to be done it is drag and drop (or copy/paste) from your computer. Good luck!
Http://mrbass.org/ringtones/ ^ that tells you how to make ringtones and i use the bitpim to move the music on the phone...it'll take a bit to learn but that's all you need really. plus, with the bitpim you can edit all the sounds/tones and get pictures off your phone. it'll take a bit of messing around on it, but if you have the time to mess around, you should be set. i know for a fact this works cuz i use it with my phone. hope this helps you out. ~bleedingwhisper
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You should have PC with windows XP and windows media player 9 or later. In this case you don't need any driver. 1. Use the USB connector cable provided with your player to connect the USB port on your player to an open USB port on your computer. The player will appear as a removable drive in Windows File Explorer. 2. Drag and drop music files to the player from any location on your hard-drive or use a variety of music software to move music to your Sansa. For more information on how to use specific software, please refer to the help files provided with each program.
NOTE: Because your Sansa Player automatically organizes your music by artist, album, song title, genre, and year, you only need to copy your music to the player. Your Sansa will automatically create a music library which you can later sort with easy-to-use menus.
You dont need any software for these things. Your phone can be connected as memory card in computer and then you can move files just like a normal usb drive.
Connect your phone to computer with data cable.
Go to settings, Connections, data cable
Select Mass memory instead of modem.,
You will see your phone in computer just like a usb drive. You can copy music files and takee images from it.
Hi, Not all cell phones come with special software to transfer photos, music, video and other file formats from your computer to your phone. In fact, some cell phone providers desire that you purchase this software separately and make it difficult to transfer music any other way. However, most users can typically hook their cell phone to a computer with a USB cable and transfer music to a cell phone as if it were an external drive, such as a USB stick or an SD card. Note: This process might not work with all cell phones.
Connect your cell phone to the computer using the USB cable.
Wait for the computer to recognize your cell phone as an external drive. If a dialog box does not pop up with the name of your cell phone within a few minutes, open the Windows Explorer folder and navigate to the external drive in the left pane. Sometimes the name of the drive will show up as "Removable Disk."
Open the music folder of your cell phone. In some cases, it might be under a "My Media," "My Music" or similar folder.
Drag and drop the music files into their own folder under the cell phone's music directory. This way, it should be convenient to find the files once they're on the phone. Wait for the files to copy completely.
Disconnect the cell phone from the USB cable. If there is a Safely Remove Hardware icon in the bottom right corner of your taskbar, use this utility to safely remove the drive.
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If your cell phone supports an SD or micro SD expansion card, transfer music onto this card using the above method instead of transferring music directly to the phone. This way, you don't hog space with large music files and slow down the performance of your phone.
According to Simple help.net, sometimes a USB connection icon will appear in the window of certain cell phone types when you connect. In some cases you might need to tap this icon to confirm the USB data transfer before you can begin moving files to the phone.
The exact process will depend on your specific phone, but in general your phone has a driver or software program that will allow it to communicate with your PC. Install this software (either from the CD that came with your phone or from the phone manufacturer's website) and then attach your phone to your computer (typically with a USB cable that comes with your phone). Once your phone is attached to your computer, a folder should open up (or you may have to open it manually through My Computer) and you can drag and drop your music files from My Documents to the phone's folder.
You don;t need any software for the Vu, just an installed memeory card and an LG data cable. Attach your phone to the cable, and the other end to a usb port on your pc. The computer will then recognize your memeory card as an external drive or storage device, and you can simpy cut and paste your files between the audio and video areas of the memory card and your computer.
This option allows you to transfer music files from your PC. In order to use this
option, you must install V CAST Music with Rhapsody on your PC.
1. Open V CAST Music with Rhapsody software. Don’t have V CAST
MUSIC with Rhapsody software? Download it for free at
2. Install the device USB drivers before connecting your phone to
USB Cable and Device Drivers can be purchased separately via the Music Essentials
Kit compatible with this device.
3. From the main screen on your phone, the SYNC MUSIC V CAST
MOBILE PHONE display appears. Your phone should display the
Connection may take a few seconds.
4. Drag and drop the song(s) you want to sync from My Library, to
your V CAST Music with Rhapsody mobile phone, listed under
the Sources tab. Once synchronization is complete, press the
END/Power Key and disconnect the USB cable (purchased
5. Under the Music & Tones menu, open My Music to view and play
• A compatible USB cable (sold separately) is required for syncing.
• Music can also be purchased via V CAST Music with Rhapsody through your PC. Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else. JimmyC
you will need to install your phone software on your pc and it will guide you through if you don`t have the software you will have to download from the internet on your pc. (please remember to vote thank you)
After installation, you can start communication between the phone and the computer through either cable (special cable connecting the phone to USB port) or bluetooth port. You need a USB dongle attached to your computer if you use bluetooth. The special cable can be purchased from Nokia website.
The Nokia PC suite allows you to input files directly to your phone's memory or SD card from the computer. The Music Player or Media Player in your phone can play the music files. It supports both Midi and MP3 files.