I have lots of songs on my computer in Windows Media Player and would like to put them onto my phone. Is this possible? If so could you give my directions of how to do this? If this is NOT possible then could you give me sum advise on how to put some songs on my phone. The rign tones are driving me crazy.
Re: Transfering music from my computer onto my phone.
The most preferred way to get music from your computer to your phone is by using a memory card, if your phone has this capability it most likely has a microSD slot which uses a microSD memory card. (price around $15.00 U.S. for 2GB card) Most places that sell these usually bundle the memory card with an adapter, or you can purchase a USB adapter ( Everybody has a USB slot in there computer..... i hope ) for around $10.00 U.S. With this card you can drag & drop music files from your computer to the memory card (basically a flash drive / thumb drive) then re-insert the memory card into your phone and enjoy the music, pictures, etc.......simple & no software required.
Re: Transfering music from my computer onto my phone.
(1) Open music maneger (2) Click on main libary (3) Click onto File on top (4) Click onto add folder to main libary (D) (5) Look for the file that contains your music and click onto it choose which songs or albums you want and click ok. It will add it to your main libary in your masic manager. (6) In your main libary choose which songs or albums you want to transfer to your phone. (7) Right click onto your mouse and scrol down till you get send to phone (Y) click onto that and it will transfer it to your phone. (8) On the music manager screen click onto Tranceferance(T) select Memory and you can choose into which memory you want to save the music to.
I hope this hint was helpful Best regards Leonard Jones (South Africa)
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In order to add music to your mobile you have to do it through your mobile itself. You can copy any number of songs to your memory card according to the memory available. Then start your media player in your phone go to options and select update media library. Your media library will automatically search for music media and add it to your playlist.
You should have a USB cable that comes with the phone n the driver for your files transfer from PC to Phone [I hope you got that CD too]. Now first of all install that driver from the CD...when it asks connect your phone to the computer with the USB cable. Open up the File Manager,My Music n start transfering...Remember for a music player to play songs continuosly u have put the songs in the my music folder or you'll have to go to that folder[that you have created yourself] and play songs one by one...it is very easy once u start doing it. Another method is...you do that via Bluetooth option...take ringtones or songs from somebody else's phone.Let me know if there's any prob.
To do this you're going to have to re-copy all of the music you want album art for to your G1! Sorry! But here goes...
Firstly, the reason the album art isn't there is because it wasn't bought online, therefore the album art may not be encoded onto the songs. However it's not that hard to encode art yourself on Windows Media Player.
You have to look for the album art online, and save it on your computer. Then, find the songs you want on Windows Media Player (if they are from the same album then ctrl+click them all) then right click. On the right-click menu there should be an option called Advanced Tag Editor. Click that, then the Pictures Tab, and click Add. Then find your album art and select Cover (Front) from the Picture Type drop down menu. Hopefully that will encode your songs with the album art, then you can sync them with WMP or copy and paste them as normal.
dear, i think you are copying just list not the songs.so u have to save the songs individually to phone where they are lying and then go to media player that u have installed in phone (if u have) and put it on list.
take all data-backup & get a hard-reset... if you have a virus checking application, check your device for virus/bug ; you can get virus checking applications free from the web for your PDAs... Hard-rest will solve your problems... be sure to take your backup of data & contacts...
everytime u put new music onto ur memery card it says updating because it has just got new music on it sometimes the music saves onto the memory card click onto ur memory card see if all ur music is in there sometimes when we put too many songs on the phone it takes abit to update as theres so many new songs going onto it
So on your Mini SD you need to make a folder named MUSIC. Then you just put ur music into it. After that place the card back into the phone.
Next on the phone go into the start menu and into the Tools menu. On there press file explorer. From here you can view all files on the phone. From there go onto storage card and in there select music. That will show all the music files. To import the music into the WMP library go into Windows Media Player from your programs list. Once in WMP press men and then press update library. This process could take any where from 30 mins. to an hour. once that is done you got it working
You need a mini SD card do to this. If you are using windows media player it will be the easiest to sync:
Step 1: Insert MiniSD into the computer Step 2: Open Windows Media Player Windows Media Player should detect the MiniSD Step 3: Go to the sync menu in Windows Media Player Step 4: Make sure the music is selected and library, if you do not have your songs here, (using limewire or something, you can add them to your library; Where it says library on top go below it and an arrow should appear and click it, scroll down to add library and select the option you want ans search all of them, your music shoudl be added to WM) Step 5: Select your songs and drag onto the right side Step 6: After you selected all the songs click start sync at the bottom