Re: unable to transfer music on creative muvo v100
I have a blackberrry curve8330 hooked up with page plus a prepaid service. I had accidently reset it and now the signal comes & goes how can i get it to work again? do i need a email address and password from pageplus?
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you just made a "HimaClearJumpCode.exe" run on ur device(this file exists in ur upgrade folder),and now you are stuck in the bootloader mode
1-hard reset ur device(it wont boot,off course)...
2-plug it in the usb port,u should see that ur system has found a new hardware(if it doesn't,change the USB port)
3-now run the himaupgradeUt.exe.
If this does not work,
1-take the battery off device
2-leave ur device for 12hours without battery,so that backup battery drains...
3-put back the battery,recharge and enter the OS(this option wont work if u have erased the ROM)
4-rerun the upgrade...
The battery might be too low to be charged by the charger,if that is the case;
1) Remove the battery from the phone! 2) Take 3 fresh AAA batteries in series (total 3 x 1.5V = 4.5V) 3) Connect the (+) wire to (+) on the battery 4) Connect the (-) wire to (-) on the battery 5) Hold this in place for 60 seconds. 6) Put the battery in your phone 7) Switch on phone and start charging (via USB)
<p>The iPod Touch has called high-definition video recording, a
web browser, and a 3.5-inch touch screen. The device can also host thousands of
third-party applications downloaded from the iTunes "App Store".
Computers treating iPod Touch as a portable media device such as a USB flash
drive. This means that files can be transferred to and from an iPod Touch in
the same way files are transferred from a portable USB drive. You can download
songs from your iPod touch to a computer, discovering the hidden folders on the
device and copy the audio files to the computer's hard drive.<br />
<p> <br />
<p>1. Connect the USB cable that came with the iPod Touch
station at the bottom of the device. Connect the other end of the cable to an
available USB port on your computer. <br />
<p>2. Click "Start" and then click Control Panel.
Open the "Portable Media Devices" menu. Look for the icon for your
iPod in the list of available units. Double click this icon to open it. <br />
<p>3. Click the "Tools" menu and select
"Options." Choose the option "Show hidden files and
folders" option. Some folders appear in the window. Open the folder called
'\ iPod_Control Music \ ". All the songs on your iPod Touch is in this
folder. The songs are grouped into folders artist. Click and drag the audio
files from folders on your desktop computer. Windows will automatically copy
the files to your computer's hard drive. <br />
<p>The iPod touch is connected to a computer as a portable USB
device, allowing you to copy files and if it were a USB flash drive. Apple does
not emphasize this fact, because the iPod Touch owners to use iTunes to sync
all file types. You can transfer music from your iPod Touch without iTunes
copying, but discovering the hidden folders on the device. <br />
<p>1. Connect your iPod Touch to the computer via the USB
cable. The cable supplied with the installation package of the iPod Touch. <br />
<p>2. Turn on the computer. Click the "Start" button
and then select Control Panel. Double click on the "Portable Media
Devices" icon. Try to use the iPod icon in the list of available devices.
Double click this icon. <br />
<p>3. Click the Tools menu in the new window opens. Select
"Options" and select "Show hidden files and folders." <br />
<p>4. Double-click the folder named "\ iPod_Control Music
\". This folder contains all audio files on the device. All files are
divided into sub-folders by artist. Click and drag an audio file of folders on
your desktop computer. Windows will start copying the files to your hard drive.
You can also click and drag the "iPod_Control \ Music" folder for all
the desktop for all the songs on the iPod Touch to copy. <br />
Transferring media files back and forth between your phone and your computer is quite easy if you download the "Blackberry Desktop Manager" software from Blackberry.com. There is one button on the main screen that will say either "Media" or "Media Manager" when you have the software installed, and will allow you to copy music, songs, files from your computer to the phone or vice-versa. Hint: Always open the BB Desktop Software Manager on your computer first, before connection your phone with a USB cable. Will save you hours of time!
I was trying to transfer some ringtones from old phone to G1 and facing the same problem.
And now somewhere from net I found the solution to my problem.
Although it could not be done by bluetooth, but my problem is solved now.
You can also try it. It may help you out.
> Transfer ringtones/music/photos from your phone to Desktop
> Connect G1 to Desktop by USB cable
> On the top of G1 screen it will show the icon of USB (connected)
> Scroll down from the icon and select 'copy files from computer'
> Select 'Mount'
> On desktop a massage will appear, click 'open folder & show files'.
> Copy & Paste files from computer to G1. Now your files are in G1
> If you want to set any song as ringtone press & hold that song, a menu will appear and you can select 'set as ringtone'
<p>The media player will not allow iTunes users to transfer
files from one device to the iPod library. ITunes only allows one library to
the device. This route is a unidirectional transfer problem for iPod users who
want their music to be added to other computers. You can transfer music from
your iPod to a new computer, but discovering the hidden folders on the device.
They contain information about your iPod music files, which can then be copied
to the PC. It takes only minutes to discover the hidden folders and transfer
music to start. <br />
<p>1. Locate the USB cable that came with your iPod device.
Plug the cable into the groove bottom of your iPod. Connect the other end of
the cable to an available USB port on your computer. <br />
<p>2. Turn on the computer. Wait for the machine to boot. Click
the "Start" button and then select Control Panel. Double click on the
"Portable Media Devices" icon. <br />
<p>3. Double-click your iPod in the list of available units.
Click the "Tools" menu and select "Options." Choose the
option "Show hidden files and folders" option. <br />
<p>4. Open the folder called "\ iPod_Control \
Music". This folder contains all audio files on your iPod device. The
tracks are divided into sub-folders by artist. Then click and drag the entire
music folder to your desktop or drag the individual tracks of the sub-folders.
Your computer will automatically copy the files to your hard drive. <br />
<p><span>Some specific program are
provided by the Apple iPod and MS-Zune portable device to download and purchase
media to the devices. To download and transfer Music, videos and applications
can be downloaded and transferred to the Zune and iPod using the free Zune
software and iTunes programs, respectively. For purchasing and downloading
music, both programs required to create of user account and payment source such
as credit card or Paypal.</span><br />
<p><span> </span><br />
<p><span>These are some useful tips
to Downloading Music Using iTunes</span><br />
<p><span> </span><br />
<p><span>1. for download and install
the free iTunes software, available from Apple's website, on both Mac and
Windows operating systems.</span><br />
<p><span> </span><br />
<p><span>2. Simply click on the
iTunes icon on your desktop to open the program. Click the "Store"
button at the top of the iTunes screen then click "Create Account".
After creating account you can be purchased through the iTunes store.</span><br />
<p><span> </span><br />
<p><span>3. Now click on the
"iTunes Store" the music content available on the store. Then click
"Buy" for buying the song or album you wish to purchase. Amount will
be deducted from the payment method you entered during the account creation
process. Once the song purchased, they will be downloaded automatically to your
<p><span> </span><br />
<p><span>4. Now connect your iPod and
computer using the USB cable included with your iPod, iTunes at a time your
music library with the device.</span><br />
Do you mean you want to tranfer audio files or music files from your computer to your phone so you can enjoy music on your device? If so let me tell you that BLUETHOOTH or the SOFTWARE CD are not the best or fastest ways to sync or transfer files from your computer to your phone or vise versa, so Im going to tell you the safest, fastest, and Easiest way to do it, using your USB ,but it may require you to change settings manually on your device first. Make sure you have a Memory card, Choose settings for USB connections 1.Find "USB connection mo..."
Once you've done this and have your memory in your device, Open the MY COMPUTER folder in your computer and connect your device to your computer using the USB cord, a new Icon will appear containing the folders from your device's memory card, that way you will easily be able to transfer files back and forth without the NEED of any sofware Cd's or use slow Bluethoot.
If you are referring to putting music on an mp3 capable player, it is usually done by using a synchronizing cable that came with the device and a program (usually activesync) that will connect to your device and allow file transfers such as mp3s.