I can't get my music synced to the mp3 player in my motorola k1m krzr. Media player says the music is synced, but the phone can't start the mp3 player, it just keeps trying to load. When I look at the files on the Micro SD card the files are still in WMA format. If I just copy MPG files over, then the mp3 player works. Aren't I supposed to be able to sync the player with Media Player?
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for your added information, it is by chance that the 2 gb sd card can be recognize by your phone. normally, krzr 1 doesn't support 2 gb. you may think that others do have. it all depends on the firmware they have and sometimes on the brand of the sd card like micromax it is really by chance that it will be recognize. most of the time, it can be hardly recognize.
transfer music to your phone Before you copy files to your phone, make sure the files are in a format that the phone recognizes. Your phone’s music player can play the following types of audio files: AAC, AAC+, MP3. To prepare your phone to receive music files: 1 Insert a memory card into your phone (see page 11). 2 Set your phone to Mass Storage mode by going to - >Settings > USB > Mass Storage.
I have a similar problem, the issue for me was windows media player was creating a folder called music on my sd card and uploading the music there during sync function. However, the phone only looks in the \my_music folder on the SD card. Sync your phone, then rename the newly created music folder to my_music and the player will work. Still looking for a permanent solution to this problem.
are you trying to download music via cell phone carrier or pc????? by pc (it much easier and quicker) connect usb cable to krzr.....go to my computer...u should see the drive....copy files from pc to the cell phone.......and now you just listen to them or make a ringtone....
The program could have been corrupt due to an immense amount of scripts that were written when each song played. What you might need to do is do a soft reset on your phone. Take the card out of the phone and take the battery out for about a minute. Place it back in and try to start the player. If the player doesnt start then put the memory card in then try to start it.
The last resort would be to erase everything on the phone so that everything goes back to manufacturers settings, the player would work then but you would need to save your phone numbers, and pictures, and videos, before doing that because everything will be erased.
Be sure to name the files of your songs with less than 30 characters. Do not use special characters or periods or colons or anything like that. The card won't recognize them. Be sure all the files you want are in one folder on the card.
You can use Windows Media Player's "Sync" function to transfer music from your music library to your phone, but you need a data cable to connect the phone to your computer, or you can use a USB memory card reader that allows the computer to see the memory card as if it were another drive. NOTE: The i880 can ONLY play music files in an .mp3 format; if they are in ANY other format, they will not even show up on the song list on the phone.