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Sd card I've copied some mp3 files on to my sd card (2gb). They play fine on my apple mac. When I put the sd card into my car stereo the songs aren't recognised as being there?

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Make sure your car stereo supports the bitrate of the mp3 files.

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It is hard to provide any useful suggestions without knowing the type of cell phone your son is using.

Normally he would put the memory card in the cell phone microSD slot (provided it can support 2gb card), plug the USB cable from computer to cell phone (if it supports this). Normally the phone will have also got some software apps CD which should be loaded to computer. This will provide the necessary functions to load music files to the phone.

Alternative to USB is bluetooth connection which both the computer and the cell phone will have to support. He can transfer music files that way.

I am not sure if he can copy the files directly from the computer to the memory card and play it on the cell phone as data formats are not standard. Also iTunes files need to converted to mp3 format. If these are protected iTunes files then it becomes a bit harder - best to burn a CD and then rip into mp3 format.

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Hi,

If you formatted the card first, you should have had a true value of the Size.
Even a true 1 Gig card, only has a capacity of 960mb.
As the card has to allow for a valid boot-block to be written to it.
This is so the read/write device, can recognise the drive/cards format i.e FAT/FAT 32 et,c.

I,d suggest that you have a 512mb card, that has a 1 gig sticker on it.

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