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Transferring music, from my storage card to windows media on my motorolaQ phone

How do i transfer music files onto windows media from the storage card i downloaded the music onto ?

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Re: transferring music, from my storage card to windows...

You need a card reader. Then you plug the card into it and it'l appear as a drive letter and you can access or copy the files.


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In markets you wil get the memory card readers for this type of memory cards. Please purchase it.

Insert the card in the slot where it suits and connect to the PC.

It will get detected in your PC.
Now you can use it like Pen drive. Its just a mass storage device.

Please follow the steps to copy music file to your memory card

1Select the music file you want to transfer to it.

2.Right click the file,You will find a option as Send to ,when you click it,it will show your storage device.

3.Click on it it wil be transfered to your memory card.

I have attached photo for your easy understanding.


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