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The parameter is incorrect

All the music in my audio folder is gone. and when i try to open it in the computer the computer tells "the parameter is incorrect"

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Hi good day to everybody I am using 8GB removable disk for data storage when try to open it is showing error " The parameter is incorrect" and I cannot format it also. Kindly so me the way to use my removable Disk

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Download a software called mini tone and it will read it

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How do you download music into the pantech c740 music player?


Before answering this, keep the following in mind about uploading files to your phone:
MP3 would be my personal choice for the phone you have. Since you are using Windows Media Player (WMP) on your PC, I assume that any music you have ripped with it would be in WMA format, or maybe WAV. WAV is compatible with your phone, but I haven't tried WMA.
Get into the folder the files for the player are stored in (usually My Music), and look at the format by right clicking and selecting properties. If the file format is not compatible with your phone, you can try changing the file extension by opening any folder, selecting tools>folder options>view, and then unclick "hide known file extensions." Then go back to the file and rename it, but only change the file extension. Example: if the file is named "music.wma", the you would change it to "music.mp3." This usually works with common audio files.
To answer your main question, the easiest way is to bypass all the media player ****, and go straight to the file folder where you music is stored in your "My Music" folder.
The following will work with a mini SD card too.
First connect your phone to your computer via a USB cable. A folder options box should come up. Choose to open the folder and explore files. It may not say exactly that, but you'll sort it out I'm sure. Find the "audio" folder inside the phone, and open it.
Then in your computer's music files, find the folder containing the music you want to put on your phone (usually "My Music"), right click the music file you want and select "copy". Go back to the folder for your phone or card, and copy the file into it. That's it.
There are many ways to copy the files with this method, but this one is the easiest to explain. You can copy entire folders to your phone, if you have enough memory. Also, ripped CD folders often contain album art, so I recommend selecting the files you want to copy, rather than the whole folder. Holding Ctrl while highlighting the files you want to copy will enable you to select multiple files and copy them all at once.

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Downloading music issues


i download my music to mp3 but everytime i play my music it keeps saying audio content error... i dont know what else to do...i dont know it keeps doing that..please help

Sep 06, 2009 | Dual Electronics CECT P168 Cellular Phone

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Audio player music


put the music on your SD card in the Audio Folder. Copy only the music, not the folders they are in (no subfolders). once you do this, open the audio player. at the bottom left, click list, then bottom left click options. click settings. the top slot tells where it wants to look for the music from, make sure it says memory card and not phone. click ok. should be able to see options again at bottom left, if not go through the steps again i have provided. click options then add. open the audio folder this is where your music should be. click on every song you want in your playlist. when you are done, click back this will show your playlist. click back again. this will take you to the audio player. you can play the music from here now. go back to the settings tab where you chose memory card as your source and the little cd icon which is list auto gen, turn it off.

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How to download songs to motorizr z3


You can get songs on your phone in two ways, Either Purchase online, or you can use a USB Data Cable connect to your phone, (Note when you connect your phone, shut down the motorola phone tools after it starts, this will simplify the process) If you have your Motorola Z3 Drivers installed you plug in your phone, you will see a notice that a new Flash Drive or USB mass Storage device is connected. Open My Computer, then go to the folder containing the music you would like to install on you phone. Now open a second My Computer Screen and select the Drive Letter that represents your phone, this should be the highest letter alphabetically. Open the "mobile" folder, then inside that folder you open the audio folder. this is the folder you install your music to. Just drag the mp3 format music from your source folder to the audio folder. wait till the copies are completed. then go to the bottom right of your screen down by the clock, and click on the little green arrow and Safely remove your device. click stop on the mass storage device..

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Music


make sure the files are in the Music Folder. After you open the audio player in Multimedia, press the button with the the three white dots on the left of the phone (options button). Select "Options" and then "Add". Open "My Music" folder and click on "select". It will copy the mp3 files in the folder to the audio player playlist.

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Motorola i880


if your computer has flash card readers, you would need to use a micro sd card to be able to use in on your computer. if your computer/laptop does not have a card reader, you would need to buy a data cable for your phone. if you use your pc/laptop's card reader, open your MY COMPUTER folder and it will be drive E. if you use a data cable, your phone should've came with a software cd when you bought it. you have to install your phone's software on your pc/laptop for transferring files using the data cable.

to put songs on the card for your phone to use, you just drag and drop the mp3 file to the MUSIC folder of the card. a lot of people make the mistake of putting it in the AUDIO folder. the phones music player CANNOT read files in the AUDIO folder. it only reads the music files if it's in the MUSIC FOLDER.

Aug 14, 2008 | Motorola Mobility i880 Cellular Phone

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Can see music on memory card


A few suggestions (Not in any particular order)

Format the SD card in the PC, Make sure the songs are in MP3 format, (In XP use windows audio converter to change if needed), make sure the MP3 files have a bit rate of 128 kbps or less. Make sure the phone is set to 'data connection' not 'memory
card connection' because the phone cant see the files, connect the SD memory card to the PC, use 'my computer' to view folders, you should have an 'audio folder' if your MP3's are contained in folders try removing each MP3 file from its folder and place directly into audio folder (cut & paste) delete the empty folders, you can organise any playlist's on the phone. If possible download WMP11 & Moto multimedia Plug-in, (makes loading a bit easier). Chris

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Motorixz z3.. how do i put music on it? need "VERY" easy to follow directions


just plug the phone up to your computer via usb your computer should then load all the neccesary drivers from there a folder will appear select view all files and folders in there will be video music and photos just drag and drop your music into the music folder and your done easy as that

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