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I have successfully used the Micro-SD card by removing it from the phone (Power the phone off first, please!), and inserting the micro-SD card into my PC card reader using an SD-Card adapater, which makes it appear as a Drive to my (WIndows) PC.
I then just copy music files into the "My Music" folder, and they show up when I put the card back into my phone.
I have also been successful using a USB cable, and then settting the phone to "Main Menu | Settings & Tools | Tools | USB Mass Storage" Then the phone looks like a disk on my computer, and again, I copy the files into the "My Music" folder on the micro-SD card while it's in the phone. Don't know if you can copy to internal phone memory in this method; I've never needed to try it.
A couple of things: I'm using ".m4a" files out of iTunes; I have also used ".mp3" files I've edited as ringtones, but I haven't tried ".wmp" files, so I don't know if it's a file format issue.
So are you successfully copying files to your phone and just not able to play them, or are you not able to even get them copied onto the phone?
according to motorola, this phone has bluetooth and micro SD card slot. if you have computer with bluetooth, then you can pair the computer and phone and simply send music files wirelessly via bluetooth. if you dont have bluetooth, then you can buy a cheap usb bluetooth adapter from ebay and have a bluetooth enabled computer, then follow above step.
if you have SD card slot on your computer then you can get a SD card to micro SD card slot adapter from ebay or elsewhere, where you can simply put music on then card from pc and then transfer the card to the phone.
here is the phone manual.for safety read the whole manual. p.55 for music and p.79 for bluetooth instructions.
kk to add music make sure you syn the phone and the cp do the data and all then put .mp3 on all the media files and see if it works. Then if that doesnt go to computor format the card and then put it in the phone. Otherwise you need new stuff.
Dear this is the main solution.
create the folder of MUSIC in ur memory card. copy songs in music folder
create the folder of picture in ur mem card and copy paste the pics of it
when u insert the memcard in ur handset and u'll show all the data on ur phone
Just try formatting the SD card. Hope it works fine.
Just connect the micro SD with computer.(You need SD adapter, SD card reader, and USB connection) Most computer will recognise the SD card automatically. Format the micro SD in the Window Explorer(or My Computer). Format menu can be found if you click right-button with cursor on the drive letter. After formatting, re-insert micro SD into your D900. Some Korean experts says the problem might be caused by different file system (e.g. FAT, FAT32, etc) in each memory card. So they recommended not to share your memory card with different mobile phones as well as any electric devices (eg. MP3 player and digital camera).
hey that is because your nokia phone need to format to format any nokia phone
1-close your phone
2-put your memory card in it
3-press on the button that you answer any call from it with * with 3 whith the power button all of them togethier whe the phone is closed aND IT WILL START FORMATING