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Hook the phone up to the computer using the type of cord that your phone uses, then just sync the songs you would like to have on there.
Or the way i do it is by getting a SD Micro card if your phone holds it, then just download and sync..!
I had the same problem. I put music on my SD card, and whenever I tried to play it, my phone would reset. I looked through the files, and found that the songs i had bought on iTunes were all in MP4 format. I downloaded the 4media mp4 to mp3 converter, and converted the files. When I put the card back into my phone, the music player worked perfectly!
Note: MP4 files DO NOT have question marks beside them in the phone. The only way you can tell is to highlight the files on a computer. Hope this was a help!!
The sidekick ID doesn't support USB. With the sidekicks, the only thing you see when you plug it in to the computer is the memory card. The Sidekick ID doesn't support memory cards so you will not see anything......Unless you get a developers license.
The sidekick ID charging port can go bad like the sidekick 3's. An easy workaround is to get an external cradle that has a spare battery charging slot.
The trick is that the sidekick 3 and sidekick ID batteries are the same so the sidekick ID battery can be charged by the external cradle. An extra battery is a good idea as well so you can have ine charging at all times.
You should be able to plug the usb cable into the port on the right side of the phone.. A screen will pop up on your computer saying new storage divice (not sure if you have a mac). You can open your files and send them to that storage divice. If the pop up does not appear go to my computer and look for the sidekick 3 drive then you can open your music player and right click a song and choose send to and the that storage divice. Let me know if you need help!
Downloading songs(mp3) to your sidekick is very simple. Connect the phone to your PC or insert your memory card. Open My Computer, open SDCard or Removable Disk, Open My Music and simply drag and drop the music files ih that folder.
Have your phone (Sidekick or otherwise) with you
Click "Register for My T-Mobile"
Enter your 10-digit mobile number without spaces (e.g. 5557771234) and click "Submit"
Your phone will get a text message with your password. It will be something like ar1wo6 and it is CaSe sEnSiTiVe!
Log in using your mobile number and temporary password
Fill in the information the page asks (note: you will be asked to provide a new password, and if you are using a Sidekick, this will also change your Sidekick login password)