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Doesn't show mp3 files on micro sd card

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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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 MP3 FORMAT

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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You have to drag and drop only the MP3 files into the music folder. If you have them organized and in folder by artist, drag only the MP3s into the card's Music folder.

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