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I can tel you some other way to transfer music files into your phone instead of doin sync. Connect your phone to PC via USB. Now your phone will ask to select on eoption. Select Mass Storage. Now you click my computer in your PC & select memory stick drive there. this is a direct access into your phone memory stick. Select the music file you want & copy paste it into music folder in your memory stick.
In the iTunes preferences, you'll need to select "Manage my own music library". Then you'll uncheck EVERYTHING in your library you don't want on your phone. That will reduce the space needed for the songs you're putting on the phone. Also, if you have hundreds of songs you need to check/uncheck, just press CTRL + A to select them all and if you right-click on any one of them you can Check Selection or Uncheck Selection depending on what that song already is > checked or unchecked.
Then, the next time you sync, the iPhone will only add the songs you've specified. Hope that helps!
it could be a number of things, but try this- go to your tools menu(the file folder icon) and tap more. then memory card, then music. are your songs there? if not then your songs are not on the memory card at all and if they ever were, then will have to reformat your card. if they are then you may have a problem with your phone or they may be then wrong file type.
Instead of doing the sync music, try saving your music into your itunes account or on a flash drive. Than just plug your phone into the computer, click on settings, then tools, then USB mass storage. Open the file on your computer, than simply drag and drop your songs from the file on the computer or flash drive, into the phone's file folder. Drop it into your memory card on your phone or just in my music. (I personally recommend getting a micro SD card for the phone so you can hold more songs) good luck!
Simply USB your phone to your computer. Allow the computer to recognize the drive and card, and then click on open to view files. Double click on the card, then minimize. Then go to your music files, highlight the file you want, and under edit, do "copy to" and find the drive the card is on. It will put the music files in the correct folder automatically.
I was facing the exact same problem with my W200i. I formatted my memory card using the "Quick Format " option and then re-uploaded my songs. That solved my problem. There is no disturbance in between songs now, also the "Playback Failed" error has also not occurred again.