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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 13200 27-Apr-2007 14:08
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I just bought a Sanyo M! phone. Love it so far. I download some of my songs I like mp3 format on in the file manager Music folder. I can play 1 song at a time. How can I play songs over and over again ? I'm lost !! Can't find it in the book anywhere.
I tried putting them in the playlist folder, but it doesn't see them because their mp3 I guess.
Thanks for your help!! Its driving me crazy!!!

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  Reply # 68673 27-Apr-2007 15:21
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So you have copied them on to the phone into the "Music" Folder?
Are you using the Sprint Music Store to play them?  -  this should recognise .mp3 format. Alternatively convert them to .m4a (using itunes) then move them across.
The songs should be picked up in the play section of the music store. Individual songs can be selected to repeat - try playing the song, then use the menu item to select "repeat song".
You should also be able to create a playlist with these songs, and play the playlist rather that selecting one song at a time.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 68724 27-Apr-2007 23:21
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Thanks, I wasn't sure if the music store used my minutes or there was a fee for using it. Thanks for your quick reply. I will try making a new playlist and adding my mp3 to it. I copied my mp3 to the playlist area and it didn't see them.
Great Speakers on this phone. When I play one song at a time.These speakers are better then most computer speakers

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