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I can tel you some other way to transfer music files into your phone instead of doin sync. Connect your phone to PC via USB. Now your phone will ask to select on eoption. Select Mass Storage. Now you click my computer in your PC & select memory stick drive there. this is a direct access into your phone memory stick. Select the music file you want & copy paste it into music folder in your memory stick.
Download 'Easy Listening' , from any one of the following sites: www.divinerobot.com, prmac.com, www.versiontracker.com. Install the program.
Make sure that you have gotten the latest version of Easy Listening.
At the divinerobot site, on the support page you'll find a Frequently
Asked Questions section that will tell you what particular
models of Sony Ericsson phones are compatible. Once installed, you can now attach your Sony Ericsson phone to your
MacBook using a USB cable. Besides transferring songs one at a time,
Easy Listening can also transfer playlists. But this feature is
naturally dependent on whether your phone model is capable of creating
playlists. In using this program, you can either copy or synchronize
with iTunes. File synchronization or 'syncing' can keep your phone's
playlist updated with the one in your MacBook.
There is an alternative procedure to directly attaching your Sony
Ericsson phone to your MacBook; handy in situations where you're not
carrying both. Memory sticks are standard extensions to your phone's
storage capacity. If you happen to have a card reader on your MacBook
that can accommodate Memory Sticks, you can temporarily transfer the
songs onto this intermediate device and simply carry it over to your
phone at a later time.
To put music on your W810i cellphone, connect it to your laptop with the usb cable. If you don't have the cable use a memory stick. The phone or card will show up as a removable drive on your computer in the Windows Explorer. Copy folders of music into the MP3 directory. When your phone is disconnected or the card is inserted, it will take several moments to index the music, and then your music will appear in the music listings.
Use the USB Cable provided with the Handset... Connect the phone to the USB slot in your computer & select the "PHONE MODE"....
Run the Sony Erricsson Software CD on your system...after which your phone will get connected with the computer and the Sony Erricsson K550i Icon will come on the desktop....
Double click on the icon to view two folders of "Memory Stick" and "Phone Memory"..
Select the folder in which you have the photos/ videos/ music tracks that you need to transfer...
Copy the same and Paste it on any of the drives on your computer...
The same works for transferring data/ music/ videos/pics from computer to phone as well....
There is no need to install the software CD everytime you need to transfer...run the software CD only once on the system and then get conected....
You can either put them on using the Sony Ericsson Pc suite "disc to phone" which you can download at the sony ericsson site for free. Or you can connect your device as a mass storgage device and go into the folders like its a pc on your drive. Another option would be to connect via bluetooth to transfer the files. But your pc needs to have bluetooth first. Hope this helped!