We have a b8000 mobile phone from vision mobile and we have tried downloading songs from our computer onto the phone through a usb and when we look up onto the music album on the phone it cannot be opened what is the problem?
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You need to use itunes as your music management software and ipod management software. You can download the latest itunes version at www.apple.com/itunes.
From here you can purchase items through the itunes music store, or add your own music by adding files from your computer, or putting a cd in your computer and coppying it into itunes so you can put the songs on your ipod.
connectn your mobile to computer with data cablee. they may have given one cd when u bought your mobile.. it contains drivers software.. then install it and then transfer songs. it will work. thank you
dear, i think you are copying just list not the songs.so u have to save the songs individually to phone where they are lying and then go to media player that u have installed in phone (if u have) and put it on list.
Does it use a Micro SD card? Buy one, with the adaptor to hook up to your computer. When you do that your computer will recognize that you inserted a memory card. Click on music and drag all your mp3's on there. If your phone does not utilize a memory card, then it is not made for music or at least it will not hold but a song or two.
I had the same thing with my KF510 but I don't know if it will be the same with your phone. When you connect the phone via the USB cable you will see two removable drives in My Computer ( I have Windows XP) one is the phones internal memory the other is the memory stick.
Drag and drop the MP3 files onto the memory stick - BUT - make sure you drag the files onto a folder in the drive not just onto the drive icon as if they are not in a folder ( on mine the folder is called Sounds) the phone won't find them.
To see the folders on the drive icon just double click the icon or right click - explore.
Hope this helps you.
Vcast will only find certain types of files. It will not recognize many formats that you may be using. I'm assuming this is the problem here... If you can find the songs you want to have on the phone you can then convert them to MP3 with a converter and place it where the Vcast software and then it should work.