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I want to use my mp3 player on my phone, i even bought a 4gb memory card from rogers and put music on it from my windows media player and my phone can't find the music,plus i try to go on th internet and download something like my scotia bank and ir says not enough memory and closes the session even though i have the memory card, all rogers offers me is urmusic player and it isn't compatible, please help!

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Sierra, The Not Enough Memory that the phone says is not the storage (4 GB in your case) but the RAM that happens to be only 15 MB for the phone model. This is barely sufficient for the phone to run and run the MP3 player. Try and download low bitrate mp3 music. If it is high the player may not recognize them. Try other players from www.getjar.com. they offer free SW for all phones models. I am sure your phone has a file manager. use that to locate the music files on the memory card and the play them.

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