I put my sd card in reader and went to limewire and downloaded some music videos for the road. when i try to watch videos says there is no application and to run app first then open file within the app. i have no clue what this means and would like to take ipaq 4150 to college. could someone please help me before i have to return to school?
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Personally, I find the Digital Library interface for Sony is slow, cumbersome and irritating.
I found the quickest and easiest way to get files on to the e-reader is to load any files you want to use on to a SD flash memory card on your PC. Then, make sure your e-reader is totally switched off, not just in "Sleep" mode. To do this slide the "Off" switch over and hold it for 2-3 seconds and confirm "Yes" when asked. Then insert the SD card in the e-reader. When you power up the reader again you will find the files show up in menu system of the reader.
you can usually put them on a memory card and the insert it in your phone then go to my stuff in the phone then go to memory card and select the movie or video its better to put it on the card cause you only have like 250mb worth of memory of the phone hope this was helpful :)
format your sd card using your treo 680. then you insert your sd card to your laptop or into a card reader so you can transfer music files from your computer. create a folder to the main directory of your sd card and then rename it to "AUDIO". you may now save music files to that folder.
you can now play music files to your treo 680.
The first is to get a microSD card reader, take the card out of the phone, put it into the card reader and plug that into your computer.
Then this will show up as a flash drive, and you will be able to drag-and-drop, or copy and paste.
The second is, when you have your phone connected to your computer, and ActiveSync is active, you can explore your phone and microSD card.
At the top of the ActiveSync window is the "Explore" button.
Click on it, and a new window should open up.
Click on "My Windows Mobile-Based Device", then "Storage Card"
You can drag-and-drop or copy and paste.
If you can't see the "Storage Card" folder, your phone may not recognize the microSD card.
The original Windows Mobile 5 (WM5), only recognized standard microSD cards up to 2GB.
You would have to upgrade the software/firmware to WM6 to recognize microSDHC cards of 4GB, 8GB and above.
It looks like you have Vista, I have XP, your results may vary.
I am going to guess that since you can copy some types of media files to your phone then the problem is the format of the video files you want to copy. The phone's media playing application may not show files it cannot recognize.(or show an error message).
If you want to watch videos (or movies) on any type of smart phone or mobile player then I suggest you download a free application called Format Factory. It converts any type of media file to any other type of media file (video, music, pictures, DVDs). It has settings for Blackberry phones, iPods, PsP, etc. Go to: http://www.formatoz.com/ and check it out.
i think you should have a trial of another kind of converter. Video Download Studio can help you with this very well. get a free trial from http://www.downloadvideos-convert.com/download-videos-music hope it can help you more or less!
I had the same problem. so what i did is i created a back up on my computer and format it the sd card. and it had a bad file in it that was causing the problem. once i format it the card it was ready to be used again. just make sure you look for that corrupt file so you don't put it again to the already clean card. also i removed the sd card from the g1 and plugged it straigt to the computer. I hope this can help you like it helped me.
ARE YOU HAVING PROBLEMS GETTING ANY MUSIC ONTO THE PHONE? OR JUST DOWLOADING AND PURCHASING FROM AMAZON? I USE A MICRO DS CARD READER AND DRAG AND DROP (YOU CAN ALSO JUST CONNECT THE PHONE VIA USB PORT TO YOUR COMP) , ITS EASY AND FAST. IF YOU ARE USING ANOTHER MUSIC PROGRAM I.E. LIMEWIRE YOU MAY HAVE MUSIC ON YOUR COMPUTER ALREADY, SIMPLY BUY A CARD READER FOR A MISCRO SD CARD, INSERT THE CARD, OPEN THE DRIVE WHICH AS THE CARD, OPEN YOUR MUSIC FILES AND DRAG AND DROP THEM, YOU CAN ADD PHOTOS THIS WAY TOO, SUPER QUICKM, SUPER EASY. NOT SURE ABOUT PROBLEMS BUYING IT ON THE PHONE ITSELF THOUGH,I HAVE NO NEED FOR THAT , HOPE THIS WILL HELP A BIT.