Question about Samsung SYNC SGH-A707 Cellular Phone
You either need a sync cord to the computer or a bluetooth on your computer. then you either move songs or bluetooth them to your phone. and also you might want to get a mirco sd card so you can fit more song (500-more on a 2g card). easiest way for songs is to rip from cd then send it to phone
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem. I just called Verizon & they had me take the battery out of my phone & then put it back in, the music is working again. I'd say try that & if it doesn't work, call them & they'll help you out! Good luck!
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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U have to follow this process.
Install Any USB drivers which are needed for your cable. Then connect your phone to the PC. Open Windows Media Player and click on the sync tab in Windows Media Player. Now on your phone hit MENU->Get It Now->Option 1 Music and Tones->6 Sync Music and the phone should show up under the devices in Windows Media Player. Now add the songs you want transfered to the sync side of Windows Media Player. Click Sync in Windows Media Player. and finally enjoy your music.
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