I can open and successfully save blue-toothed images and video etc but I can't with music, it just says would you like to import and play NOW, i say yes and nothing happens. It also doesn't think i have opened the message when I have tried too. Connecting it to the computer hasn't helped either.
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There are three different ways that you can download music onto
your samsung phone
Download from the wireless Web.
Download from a computer
using Samsung PC Studio II.
Receive via IrDA or Bluetooth
The browser solution of using the wireless Web is straightforward,
but you still have to figure out a site that has compatible audio
The PC Studio II software is doubtless on the CDROM that came with
your phone, and if you can't find that, call Samsung and ask them to
send you a replacement CDROM. It has its own documentation and basically works like Windows
Media Player and other audio management packages: you hook up your
phone, drag MP3 files into the program and sync the two to copy the
music across. Should be pretty easy.
Finally, it is
always the easiest of the different possible ways you can both access
data on the phone and copy new material onto the phone too. You'd need
to have blue tooth capability on your PC, but you can buy blue tooth USB
attachments for about $25-30 so it's a pretty cheap investment for the
ease of grabbing photos, copying ring tones, etc.
The User's Guide has a detailed section on how to set up blue tooth on
the GT-S8500 then how to pair it with a computer (or headset or other
blue tooth peripheral) and that should get you going.
Or, if you have a friend with the same phone, you can use the Infrared
capabilities of the phone to transfer music and video files across: