I prefer to do it manually rather than hassle with Rhapsody. There are originally, supposed to be two folders when you open up the phone's internal memory in "My Computer", one that says "Data" and one that says "Music."
Only, the internal memory is blank now, and I'm not sure how to recover it.
I can't transfer music at all using Windows Media Player or manually.
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Rhapsody will not work on an iPhone unless you jailbreak (which is not advisable). Apple wants you to use iPhone. You can use music you bought from Rhapsody and import it to your iTunes and then sync. I used to work for Apple Tech Support.
I have a Motorola Droid, but the same approach is likely to work, since they're both Android 2.0+.
Here's what I do:
1) I rip/store my music using Windows Media Player on my PC.
2) When I'm ready to transfer, I make sure Windows Media Player is open and then I connect my Droid to my PC using the provided USB cable, which happens to be the same cable that connects the phone to the charger. Plugging the phone in like this makes the phone storage visible much like a flash drive.
3a) At this point, Windows Media Player will recognize the storage and you will be able to sync your music library to it.
3b) Alternatively, the phone storage will be accessible via a drive letter. You can put your music files under the Music folder at the top of the "drive." (I prefer 3a, because it organizes the music better.)
I'm not familiar with Macs, so I can only speculate that the same idea should apply. The heart of it is that music goes under the Music directory at the top of the add-on SD memory card. The phone's music player is supposed to find and use all music files anywhere underneath that directory.
It's probably a little late but yeah.Go To Menu>Music Player> Options> Refresh Library and hopefully all the songs you have in your inbox should transfer to the Music Player under All Songs.
hope this works.
To transfer music from your laptop to your mobile phone.
I believe your a usb cord, connect your phone
to your laptop.
Go to my computer on the desktop of your
computer, right click and open, you will see a drive or an icon
representing your phone.
right click on it to
open and create a folder that you want to store the music to.
to your computer system where the music are stored, highlight all and
right to copy. Go to the folder you created on your phone, open the folder and right click to paste the music you copied
from your laptop in it.
Safely eject your phone and go to the folder you stored the music on your phone to see all the
Well, actually this is a very easy task. If you transfer the music by way of BT then it's in the receive folder, go to the Receive folder and open it, tap on options and tap again on the song that you want to transfer. You will get the song's option and choose forward, and forwarded to MP3 or in some cases My Music. Remember, these folders are in the memory card, never saved them in the phone memory, not much space.
This option allows you to transfer music files from your PC. In order to use this
option, you must install V CAST Music with Rhapsody on your PC.
1. Open V CAST Music with Rhapsody software. Don’t have V CAST
MUSIC with Rhapsody software? Download it for free at
2. Install the device USB drivers before connecting your phone to
USB Cable and Device Drivers can be purchased separately via the Music Essentials
Kit compatible with this device.
3. From the main screen on your phone, the SYNC MUSIC V CAST
MOBILE PHONE display appears. Your phone should display the
Connection may take a few seconds.
4. Drag and drop the song(s) you want to sync from My Library, to
your V CAST Music with Rhapsody mobile phone, listed under
the Sources tab. Once synchronization is complete, press the
END/Power Key and disconnect the USB cable (purchased
5. Under the Music & Tones menu, open My Music to view and play
• A compatible USB cable (sold separately) is required for syncing.
• Music can also be purchased via V CAST Music with Rhapsody through your PC. Hope this helps, let me know if I can help you with anything else. JimmyC
Use uitunes if you have it and drag sonds you want to a new folder on the desktop. Then used the MIcro SD Memory card to load songs and then put the card back in your phone to add to your "MY Music" section. When you save songs to your cartd save in the "MY Music" folder. not "PIX" or FLIX" ort anything else!