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Re: Music files
I have e800 and there is no problem with mp3 music files. You can save it on PDA directly or even on SD card. The only thing is sound quality. The PDA speaker is not the best one. If you want you can use stereo headphone.
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Is the phone playing its built in ringtones? Try voice recording and playback, if it plays then it should play the music without any problems. Where is the music stored, on the phone or on a memory card? U can try a different card and see if it works. What format of files is ur phone capable of playing? U should try a different format and make sure u dont change file extensions when u save them. If all this does not answer the problem then it might be a software problem that needs flushing to rectify or download a different player of different capacities and see if it works. Go on enjoy the music. Good luck.
Option 11. Transfer the music file from PC to mobile
2. Using the File Explorer browse to the music file. It will be stored under Device>>My Documents (default location)
3. With Stylus hold on the music file you will find options to Cut, Copy.. choose the desired action
4. Browse to your storage devices and to your desired folder
5. "Paste" the file
You can directly set the memory card's folder as the bluetooth receive folder. This settings can be found under Settings>> Bluetooth>> FTP
In order to add music to your mobile you have to do it through your mobile itself. You can copy any number of songs to your memory card according to the memory available. Then start your media player in your phone go to options and select update media library. Your media library will automatically search for music media and add it to your playlist.
Sounds like you have a bad memory chip or you have non compatible file types. Did the music used to play? What program are you using to transfer music? Please get back to me. Good feedback is really appreciated. I will do everything I can to help you.
Find the folder option. if you don't know how to find it. Double click your folder you can the tools. click it and point to folder option and then click view and chose show hidden files and folders. And try to look the files you want to delete. Be sure that the audio songs you want to copy is compatible to you phone.
everytime u put new music onto ur memery card it says updating because it has just got new music on it sometimes the music saves onto the memory card click onto ur memory card see if all ur music is in there sometimes when we put too many songs on the phone it takes abit to update as theres so many new songs going onto it
Hi By default, it may go to the phone memory unless it asked you where you want to put your download file. If they don't ask then it will save your file into your phone memory by default. go to Music -->Audio or Music or scrol down to Memory Card. You need to format your memory card first when you first insert it into your phone then after that you can perform the downloading so you will b able to see where the download file goes. Good Luck
Use Media Player on your computer to SYNC you music files to your phone. After files a synced, go to Media Player on phone and click right soft key MENU and select UPDATE Music/Audio Files, then select SEARCH.