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Transferring music how do i move music i recorded on storage card onto windows media player on my motorolaQ phone?

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If you want to move music you must use some file manager or explorer!!! It's no need to do that, to move! You can play from your card!!! It's not a problem!!! Just go add files in WMP and select file which you want to add in card or from internal phone memory!!! Because your phone memory is 64mb and it's not smart to overflow it!! It will decrease your mobile speed and stability!!!

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