I had some problems at first but don't think i had this. Anyway, there are at least 3 different ways to copy music that I can think of. Nokia Music Manager (tho this can be slow), Copy from 'My music' in Xp (Music in Vista) or copy from Windows Media Player. You could also put your phone into Data Transfer mode rather than Nokia Mode and transfer the files in file manager. Hope this helps. By the way, if anyone wants to upgrade to a 5310, it should be a great little phone similar to 5300 but slim but I've had problems with it cutting out during playback and re-booting. My old 5300 which my friend now has, the speaker has just bust! I will be getting Sony Erricsson next!
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With the Nokia 3650 or 3660 there are various ways to download music to the mobile phone. The first is to use the conventional data chord which connects to the phone and PC using PC suite then copy the song onto the phone.
Seccondly if your PC has bluetooth capability you could just send the music via bluetooth to the phone.
Finally you can take out the memory card on the phone and if you use a laptop slot the card into the memory card slot using a memory card adapter copy the music on the memory card and put the card back in your phone. Then you have to option of transfering from card to phone memory.
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your phone memory is full... if you are transfering huge file then it won't be accpted...i recomande you to go
menu>>message>>option>>setting>>other>>memory in use...
try to change it from 'phone memory' to your 'memory card'..
it will ask u to copy the new msg to memory, so press yes and yes for to save the original message.
all ur message will be copied to the memory card...now you can recieve more file depending on the memory available in your memory card.
There is still a problem here!!!! When you will connect your mobile to a pc it will say "unable to activate data transfer mode ...bla bla bla...." so you will have to change memory in use option everytime to phone memory then try to connect it to ur pc...
thanks.. regard from Nireshis
The i68+ have a folder in the memory card that is called My Music, you need to transfer, copy or move you songs to this folder, if you say the the memory is not enough for 3 songs, then you are saving the songs in the phone, not in memory. If you transfer from BT and it state that is full, then again you are saving it in the phone and not in memory, you need to go to the BT settings and change the saving location.
whenever u want 2 transfer songs from someone elses cell 2 yours
temporarily change your message settings by going 2 inbox.then go to
settings,then go to others.then change the setting memory in use to
memory card instad of phone memory.and then start the bluetooth
transfer.after d transfer save the song by usual procedure.now u will b
easily able 2 save the song.after that u can revert to ur normal
setting of using the phone memory instead of memory card by the
procedure i mentioned at start.nothing is wrong with your cell so
try to download FEXPLORER. this software is very friendly to user. Many function can be made with FEXPLORER others cant. on fexplorer it has a inbox that you can see and move or copy it and transfer through your memory card. At the same time FEXPLORER indicates the memory size of each drives like your phone memory and your memory card. By the way paste the music files from your inbox to the music folder of your memory card. i hope that helps! pm me if you need assistance about that