I put the memory and add some music in my m25, but when i want to turn it on it doesn't load. Starts normally but the loading stops when the playlists have to load. I thought that if I let it charge for some minutes it would start as always, but some time later it turns off. Any idea?
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You can't augment the internal memory, short of replacing the entire motherboard. And if you're going to take the innards out of another Sansa, why don't you just use that other Sansa instead?
You can add memory in 2GB chunks by using microSD cards. Photos and videos must be in the 2GB internal memory, but any music you put into a MUSIC folder on the card will appear and play on the Sansa. By putting different albums (or sets of albums) on different cards, you can easily switch between them.
Be sure you use microSD cards, not microSDHC cards.
If your Mac system has a MicroSD reader, you can add music directly from MAC to the MicroSD Card. You can also insert the MicroSD card into USB compatible phone connect the phone to your MAC and Load your Music to your MicroSD card.
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.
Once again these suggestions are useless if cell phone cannot play music (mp3 or WMA etc) files, does not have microSD slot, does not have USB or bluetooth support.
should mount the memory card as a drive letter in my computer if not then right click on my computer and go to manage and then disk management and assign it a drive letter ( right click and assign drive letter ) if thats possible then just drag and drop the music into the relevant folder(s)
Well first its easiet if you put the card in phone first. itll crate files. then take it back out put it in your laptop, or sdcard reader, and add files. if you want to ad ring tones, you have to put in ringtone folder, not music, even if you want the same song. has to go in music, and in ringtone folder.
When the M25 is conected to the computer and the music manager is launched, you can view a list of all songs on the device by clicking on the icon of the M25 in the left-hand side of the window. You can highlight the songs you don't want by left-clicking the song and pressing delete on your keyboard. There will be a prompt warnign you that this will delete the selected songs permanently from the device.