I recently bought a kingston 2GB microSD for my cellphone Samsung D820. Anxious to use it at once, I downloaded 20 songs or more to the card but to my surprised it had to be format. Anybody out there knows how. please help.
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Re: how to format the microSD?
Actually u shold format it by the device in which u are going to use. eg camera. This will enable correct formating for usage of this device.
otherwise their is a standard Sd format and u can use that to format You can format the card by SD card Utility.SD utility is a format utility which is release from SD Association. It is a standard for all SD type card and will self determine the SD card's file system. Please kindly refer to the link below for SD format utility download webpage. http://www.sdcard.org/about/downloads/
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You have to make sure that your phone supports the Audio format that you have the songs saved to. Also it depends on the type of phone that you have, some phones require software to create and index file for the songs that you have it load onto the phone. With out the index file the phone does not know how to identify new songs.
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format the card first and check if its 2 gb still. now compress your songs with the software mp3toringtonegold. now you can load more than 1000 songs depending upon your compressions. but compression can reduce the quality of the sound.
Hi: 1.- Insert Card in the PC slot, your computer instantly is going to recognize your device emitting an audible midi sound. 2.- go to my computer 3 check on my computer windows if the device is present with a letter E:\, or F:\ if yes, right click on the letter that corresponds to the device, choose format, once formated you are able to copy your songs. Minimize it using - top right corner. go to the folders you keep your songs I hope you have MP3 format instead WMA format. (MP3 takes less space on the device) select your songs highlighten them using CTRL C once selected R click, select copy open E;\ or whatrever be your drive and r click on a blank space in the opened E:\ or F:\ window and select paste. Hope it helps. DH