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It takes more time to start music player... and also i cant save more than 2 configuration settings. i think my phones ram is engaged with some other virus applications...

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You may contact the service provider..........

Posted on Oct 21, 2010

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Itunes will not recognize my polaroid pmp350-4 music player. Can't save my music I bought on itunes.


For Windows folks, try iTunes Agent which you can get at CNET Download.

If you don't have the latest .NET framework for Windows, you'll get an error, so go to Microsoft.com and get the latest version and install it.

Once you have iTunes agent up and running it will prompt you to configure it. If you've never used it before, just say no. You're indicating you don't have a previous profile you need to transfer. If all goes well, iTunes will launch and a pop-up will tell you iTunes Agent is ready to sync your devices.

To add a new device, make sure it's connected to your computer, then right click on the iTunes Agent icon in the system tray and choose preferences.

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    Download "Itunes Agent" from here:

    http://ita.sourceforge.net/download.html

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    Setting up "iTunes Agent" to recognize your player:

    It's real easy, after you've installed "iTunes Agent" it'll be on your "Desktop"....."Left Click" it.

    It'll now be in your "System Tray"... navigate to your "System Tray" and "Right Click" on the little "iTunes Agent" icon, click "Preferences..." , click the "New" button and set-up your configuration, fill in the fields that need to be set-up in order for your player to be recognized by "iTunes Agent".

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    Many of the Nokia Series40 user having the problem of only 70 sets allowed which does not allow user to save the new settings.

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    Every time a new configuration setting is saved in s40 mobile, it makes a new folder in phone memory, it remain there even if you delete that configuration and the maximum limit is only 70 folders.

    So if you are facing this problem you can solve it by formating your mobile phone but the entire data from your mobile will be deleted (contact, messages, configuration settings etc.). So here is the simple way to overcome this problem without formating.

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    • Original Nokia Data Cable
    • Mobile media browser like "Oxycube" [Size: 28.7 MB]. Click Here to Download.
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    How this problem occur:
    Every time a new configuration setting is saved in s40 mobile, it makes a new folder in phone memory, it remain there even if you delete that configuration and the maximum limit is only 70 folders.

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    • Original Nokia Data Cable
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    Each time you change the SIM card onto the phone, GPRS settings are automatically saved in the phone memory. Your phone can save only 70 sets of GPRS settings and the 70 empty lots are used now. So now when you change the SIM, you automatically receive settings, and they cant be saved because the GPRS settings memory is full. Hence you get the message.

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