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Yes u wil Loose ur Data, So before formatting, connect ur Memory Card to ur Computer via Card Reader and Take Back up of ur Media Files, then Right Click on your Memory Card Drive select FORMAT option and u wil get Format Window select Start, ur memory Card wil b Formated then u Can restore ur Media files to ur Memory Card.
T-Mobile is issuing an over the air upgrade for all G1 phones to correct a software problem not allowing music files to sync properly using Windows Media player.
The best solution for now is to remove the memory card from the phone. Install it into a SD card adaptor and insert it into a card reader. Windows Media will sync playlists to your memory card properly using this procedure.
You need a mini SD card do to this. If you are using windows media player it will be the easiest to sync:
Step 1: Insert MiniSD into the computer Step 2: Open Windows Media Player Windows Media Player should detect the MiniSD Step 3: Go to the sync menu in Windows Media Player Step 4: Make sure the music is selected and library, if you do not have your songs here, (using limewire or something, you can add them to your library; Where it says library on top go below it and an arrow should appear and click it, scroll down to add library and select the option you want ans search all of them, your music shoudl be added to WM) Step 5: Select your songs and drag onto the right side Step 6: After you selected all the songs click start sync at the bottom
Use Media Player on your computer to SYNC you music files to your phone. After files a synced, go to Media Player on phone and click right soft key MENU and select UPDATE Music/Audio Files, then select SEARCH.
Import your existing movie into Windows Movie Maker (WMM). If you wish, edit it.
When you are ready to publish, WMM has pre-set compression settings for PDA.
Once published, copy the file to your PDA memory card using a card reader or RAM using ActiveSync.
Note that Windows Media 9 is buggy on VGD machines, and you may see your movie at 1/2 screen resolution you intend. There is no way to fix this. Instead, I recommend Beta Player as an alternative (and more powerful, if uglier) movie player.
It is free. Download the Latest Stable Player.