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Re: the lcd gone blank
You did not disconnect from the computer with the usb the correct way...but what you will have to do now is get the phone's firmware reflash , take it to a mobile service center name to you or a professional tech. remember this is not a free service
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To download the songs from your PC to your I phone then you need to install the PC suite given to you with the phone. Once you install it and connect your phone to the PC using the data cable( USB cable) given with the phone the PC suite will recognize your phone and you can transfer songs and synchronize your phone ,etc.
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it is very easy, it is either you send it through bluetooth, that is if your laptop has a bluetooth or you first of all download the samsung pc suite for your phone, so that your phone will be able to connect to your laptop well, you can then transfer those songs using your PC suite or through USB data cable which will enable you to connect directly to the memory card of your phone. Or you remove the memory card of the phone, then get a card reader, connect it to your PC and send all your songs directly to the memory card.
If you mean by downloading straight from the internet from your phone, there is an application called Amazon MP3 that allows you to purchase songs for your G1 and add them to your memory card. You have to be connected to WiFi to be able to do this though. If you want to connect it to your PC to get songs you downloaded from the internet you need the USB cable that came with the phone and connect it to your PC. On the G1 a notification will appear that says USB connected. Just open your notifications, tap on USB connected and select mount. Then your PC will detect it and allow you to view the files on the memory card. Then just copy and paste to your memory card folder.
There are different ways of downloading songs to your phone. To download songs using the Internet, you should have a program to use for downloading.
For example: Lime Wire, you may install Lime Wire to your computer and then search the songs that you would like to download. After downloading your favorite song using Lime Wire, you need to save it into your computer and then, connect your phone using a USB cable.
After connecting the phone, right-click the song and then select "Send To" and then select your phone.
To download MP3 using a CD as your source of music, please follow the steps below:
- Connect the phone to the computer using a USB cable. - Load the CD that carries the MP3 songs. - Explore the CD and right-click the song that you would like to transfer. - Select "Send To" and then select your phone.
You may transfer MP3 via Bluetooth. You may refer to the user manual of your phone on how to pair up your phone with another Bluetooth enabled phone and then transfer music.
unplug your usb cable first goto into settings phone settings connectivity USB and change it from data service to Mass storage then plug your phone back in and it should be found.
as a mass storage device then just copy your downloaded songs to the mass storage device...
Disconnect the phone cable USB then open Nokia PC Suite (I presume you've got a Nokia N70) At the top of the PC Suite window go to Settings/Manage connections, tick the two bottom boxes, Serial Cable [CA 42] and USB cable, TWICE so as to highlight the Configure button.
Click OK, then follow the instructions to connect the cable to the USB then the other end to the phone.
It should now work if you're lucky, if not do a restart.
After restart connect the phone to the cable.
Give plenty of time for the icon on the PC to go green before clicking it to open PC Suite.