The Kyocera M2000 X-tc has a media player. I can't get it to play mp3 files. I have tried two different ways to load info. on the micro sd card. First, I tried syncing using windows media player then I tried to drag & drop into the my music folder on the card. The files are on the card but the X-tc doesn't show them. Any ideas?
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You will be really happy to know that you can add music to
your Kyocera X-TC cell phone. First you should
have already saved MP.3 music to your music file
in your computer. From what I understand the Kyocera X-TC will only play MP3
Here's what I did.
First you'll need the following items:
1 Micro SD disk
1 adapter to hold the Micro SD disk
1 card reader - You insert the adapter into the Card Reader then connect the
reader to a USB port in your computer and download the music from your computer
to the Micro SD drive. I purchased a great 12-n-1 Iogear Card Reader from
Walmart.com for under $15.00
Steps to formatting the Micro SD and downloading music to the Micro SD disk:
First: Remove the battery from your Kyocera X-TC for 30 seconds
Second: Put the battery back into the phone and PUT THE MICRO SD DISK IN
THE PHONE and turn on the phone
Third: The phone will automatically recognize the Micro SD disc and
a message will appear "Your disc is not formatted. Would you like to
format this disc" and of you would of course choose "Yes".
Fourth: After the Micro SD disc is formatted, place the Micro SD into your Micro
Adapter, then place the micro adapter in your card reader and plug the reader
into the USB port in your computer.
Five: After you plug your card reader into the USB port your
computer will open up the Micro SD disc in a drive like drive I: and you'll find that that drive has two files
a Music file and a Picture file.
Six: Then you open up the file on YOUR COMPUTER WHERE YOU SAVED MUSIC in
Seven: Then right click and highlight on all the MP3 songs
you want to save to your Micro SD disc and choose COPY
Eight: Then return to the drive where your Micro SD disc is and PASTE THE SONGS
TO MUSIC FILE IN THE MICRO SD DISC, and that’s it. From here you just put the
Micro SD disc into your phone and watch the songs upload.Hope this helps!
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Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time of day you are viewing this solution post. Thank you for choosing me to give my opinion about your situation. So what you are saying is that one month ago you bought a Coby MP828 MP4 player, but wanted to upgrade the memory, so you bought an 8GB Micro SD card. You can transfer music properly, but can't access files from the media player. Your memory device is shown but you can't create a playlist? Well Faizal, we need to first troubleshoot where the root of the problem is coming from, then find a way to solve it. I researched your device's technical specifications and have come up with some possible causes to the problem. The first possible cause could be the type of SD card you are using; the second possible cause is the type of file format you are using to save your files. I compared the Micro SD card and the Mini SD card and the differences between the two do not affect its compatability to the device, so it looks like you can use either one. You could obtain a mini SD card to see if that does the trick, but I don't think it'll make a difference. So it must be the type of file format you are using. The Coby MP828 MP4 player supports MP3, WAV, FLAC, ACC & WMA audio formats. If you are using something different than the formats shown above, that may be the reason why you can't upload your files. Another possible reason could be firmware or software. Your device doesn't offer any firmware updates, but you could try re-installing the Coby Media Manager software to see if that makes a difference. Since you wanted my opinion, I think the second possible cause (that being the file format) is why you can't make a playlist. I don't really know what else to offer you, but I hope this solution helps.
you need to buy a micro SD card with the sd card adapter and load the music to the card and then you can put the card into the phone and when you load the music player it will update your music library....p.s. it only plays mp3 files
If your music files are in a folder you cannot add them to play list, but if you have all your songs singly you can add them to your playlist, I had the same problem tonight with this phone, we added them individually no problem, this has worked but is a lenthly prosses, so far so good, not had a play about with them other than this, still to get them back as an album not yet done, Jackie
Any problems ring virgin, they were very helpful, SGH-J600 User guide not explained very well