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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:
If the card is inserted correctly and its not damaged, then the memory card should show up under media manager, you need to put the files onto the memory card not on the phone...
When you first insert the card into the phone, you need to format the card, some phones create specific folders for different things when they format, e,g images, Videos, etc. You may need to do this.
I cant remember if this phone had this option but try it anyway as if it works, it should be faster than using Samsung PC Studio... Close Samsung PC Studio Unplug USB out of the Phone and a couple of seconds later plug it back in, see if the phone asks you for Mass Storage mode... If it does select that, after a while the Memory Card should show up on your PC just like a USB memory stick you can drag and drop files to it and its faster than going through Samsung PC Studio :)
It converts videos directly to Samsungs svi format. Only thing you have to remember is to change the right Samsung version from the Options menu (in my case it is Samsung YP-T10). After conversion you can copy your svi videos directly to Samsungs video folder.
Yp-t9 only plays svi files.First make sure the videos you have are mp4 or avi or wmv.Then open samsung media studio.If u dont have it then download it.After that put the videos in your yp-t9 using the samsung media studio.The samsung media studio should convert those files into svi format which can be read by your yp-t9
Hey man! I cannot directly answer your question yet because I haven't done much with video for the T10 yet. Like you, I tried a couple with WMP and one worked while the other didn't. I did find what looks like a very good conversion program that might fix your problems. It's at:
>> To transfer files using PC Studio, from a PC to the handset, follow the steps below:
These instructions assume you currently have PC Studio. If you do not, please check the Samsung Accessories site to purchase the software.
If the application is not yet installed, insert the CD into the drive on your PC and follow the on screen instructions to install PC Studio 3.0 (version 3.0.1) NOTE: DO NOT CONNECT USB CABLE DURING PC STUDIO INSTALLATION
Confirm the handset's USB mode is set to PC Studio by following the steps below:
While in standby mode, press the left soft key for Menu
Select Settings (9)
Select Connectivity (6)
Choose Select USB Mode (4)
Highlight PC Studio, using the navigation keys
Press the left soft key to Save the USB Mode settings
Launch PC Studio 3.0 (version 3.0.1), you will see "Not Connected" in the bottom right corner
Plug the USB cable into both the handset & the PC, you will now see "SGH-a727 Connected" in the bottom right corner (See example below)
Click on Transfer Files, you will now see the PC Studio Phone Explorer appear
Navigate to the location of the file(s) to transfer then highlight the desired file(s)
Click on To Phone, on the Phone Explorer menu bar (See example above) to copy to the handset
From the Search Folder screen, Navigate to the desired destination on the handset
Click OK to copy the selected file to the handset's memory
PC Studio Checklist:
Make sure your USB or Serial cable is compatible with your phone model. You can always check for the correct data cable by looking at the model number on samsungmobile.com in your phone's accessories section.
If you are using a Bluetooth dongle or IrDA port as your connection, the necessary driver(s) should be provided with their data kit and should be correctly installed and set up prior to the installation of PC Studio.
Hints & Tips:
Remember to select file formats and file sizes supported by the phone when uploading files to the phone from the PC.
Remember to select the correct destination folder in the phone when uploading files to the phone from the PC (e.g. mp3/aac files-> music folder, jpeg/gif files-> downloaded images folder, 3gp/mpeg4 files-> downloaded videos folder...)