I have a 2gb sd memory card in my phone and i have about 150 songs on there, but now when i try to copy music from my phone to the card or put music onto the card from my pc, it says it cannot be found or unsuported file... help please??
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Micro SD cards for cell phones
are now costing less and are holding more memory. 4GB SD cards can hold
an estimated 1000 songs, over 13,000 images, or 22 hours of video
individually. 2GB memory cards hold roughly half those estimates and
8GB SD cards would hold double. So if your cell phone
has a SD card slot learn how to utilize this expandable memory option
on your device. Follow these steps and you will soon be enjoying your
music, pictures, and video on your phone!
Insert your SD memory card adaptor (with micro SD card inserted)
into your SD Card drive on your computer. This should open a "Secure
Digital Storage Device" or similar window. If not, go to "My Computer"
to locate your SD card and open it.
transfer picture files to your SD memory card, open the folder or file
that your pictures are stored on. Simply click and drag a file or
multiple files and drop them into your SD Card window or folder. You
can also copy a picture and then paste it to the SD Card.
transfer music files to your SD memory card, open your "My Music"
folder. Select the folder where you are going to get the music from
(Itunes, Yahoo Music...). Click, drag, and drop the files into the SD
Card window or copy and paste them in.
transfer video files to your SD memory card, open your "My Videos"
folder. Select the folder where you are going to get the video from.
Click, drag, and drop the files into the SD Card window or copy and
paste them in.
out the SD memory card adaptor from its drive. Remove the Micro SD card
(small chip for your phone) and insert it into the SD Card drive on
your Blackberry, IPhone, or other compatible cell phone.
Go to your media, picture, or music folder in your cell phones
menu. Select which item you are looking for and your files will appear!
Hi, You will probably have to copy them from the card to the phone itself. Just navigate to the SD card, choose the song, hit options, copy, a window should open asking where to, if not, navigate to your music folder, hit options, paste.
If this helps plz rate this 'fixya', if you need more help just leave a comment & I'll be happy to get more info for you. Thank you kindly.
try to go on the settings from your inbox or your messages and change it on memory card instead of using phone memory as your message or file storage. the phone is telling you that is FULL because your using phone memory for your inbox storage and not your memory card.
I had a the same problem, with my computer not reading the SD card when the phone was connected to the computer. However, after messing with my phone for a while, I believe I've found the solution. On the phone menu, go to;
then, "Set Phone"
then, "Select USB Mode"
and finally, "Mass Storage"
Your computer should now read the data off the SD card, as if it were a drive. I don't think the "PC Studio" program will recognize the phone after this, but you can always manually copy music into the folders on the card now.