I can't figure out how to downloads music files from my computer to my sony ericcson w850 slider I have downloaded the phone 2 and the media manager and it keeps saying no memory or phone connected but the phone is actually reading it's connected
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the problem is as a result of software corruption. Your phone operating system is corrupt for one reason or the other. The phone operating system might have gotten virus through bluetooth transfer, internet browsing or via the memory card.
To solve the problem, you need to flash the phone . Flashing the phone means reinstalling the phones operating system software files. The phone will be fully formatted and a fresh operating system files will be reinstalled.
You can use software updater to flash the phone. Download software updater from sonyerricon.com. Install it on your computer, open the software updater, connect the phone via usb cable to your computer. Allow the computer to recognize the phone, then click update. Follow all direction from the software updater application. And your computer must be connected to the internet.
Hi,you can transfer music to nokia 5800 from your computer(pc or mac).
There are different ways of transferring music.if you have a PC, you can
use PC Suite to transfer music files.the nice software that comes with
the phone. If you have a Mac, you can use Nokia Multimedia Transfer
(free download) and sync it with your iTunes. how to put songs on nokia 5800-nokia pc suite To
transfer music as data files, make the connection with a compatible USB
data cable. You also need to have a compatible memory card inserted in
the device. View your nokia 5800 on a computer as a mass memory device.
follows these steps: firstly, connect nokia 5800 with computer via USB
data cable. then select Mass storage as the connection mode. A
compatible memory card must be inserted in the device. then view the
device from the computer file manager as a mass memory device. now you
can fansfer the music files. after transferring songs, you can close the
connection by remove the USB device safely from your computer.
Not sure on the Windows issue but...Your phone has a port for a flash card called a Memory Stick PRO Duo™ support (up to 4GB) (you may need to purchase seperately) Transfer the data to the card then use a card reader to download to the PC.
You don't need the software to transfer music. I have the software but don't bother using it as it takes much longer to transfer files this way.
Just connect my your 350i to your computer using the USB cable. On your phone select "file transfer". Now, go to "My computer" and after 30 seconds your phone should appear as a removable drive, and you can drag & drop (or copy and paste files) into the music folder therein.
While in "file transfer" mode you cannot make or receive calls or texts, so be sure to disconnect as soon as your file transfer is complete. To do so, in my computer, right click the icon for your phone and select "eject".
you have the option of transferring musinc files to you phone memory or to your memory card. however, it is recommended that you use the memory card when storing large files like mp3s.
when transferring files from your pc to your memory card, you can use a bluetooth connection (note: you need a bluetooth donggle to do this), or via a data cable (should be included in the package when you bought the phone - just follow the instructions in the accompanying cd when installing the software). with these two options, you can now transfer your music files to your phone.
another option is by directly transferring the music files to the memory card using a card reader that is attached to your pc. your memory card will be detected as a removable drive when doing this. you can easily click and drag (or copy) your files to your memory card.
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!