Question about Cell Phones
Greetings. Do you have an account set up on iTunes? One quick way to tell if your not sure is to open iTunes, look to the left hand side of the program and click on iTunes store. Once the store has loaded look at the upper right corner and if there is a button that says sign in you do not have an account set up. If you do have iTunes account information you can log in using that button. The app store needs you to login the same way.
Once you have music or apps in the iTunes simply hook up your iPhone to your computer. It should sync automatically.
You do not have to hook up your iTunes to a wifi network it is optional. if there is no wifi network it will just use edge or 3g if you have the new iPhone.
It is not possible to send a multi media message with the iPhone. It is not included. You can however send pictures via email.
Let me know if this helped or if you want more info.
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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Step 1: Launch iTunes and plug in your iPhone.
Step 2: Create a new "playlist" in iTunes. Name it whatever you want-say, "My iPhone Playlist" or something like that.
Step 3: Drag the songs you want from your iTunes library to your new playlist-in this case, "My iPhone Playlist"
Step 4: Click on your iPhone and go to the Music tab. "Sync Music" should already be checked. Now click on the button "Selected playlists", then tick off "My iPhone Playlist" (or whatever your playlist is named).
Step 5. Sync your iPhone and when it's done, the songs from "My iPhone Playlist" should now be on your iPhone. If you want to make any changes to your mp3 library on your iPhone, you'll have to modify the songs within your playlist, then re-sync again. Yes, I know it can be a pain.
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