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Reply # 30408 10-Mar-2006 05:30
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after u copy it wear do u paste it?

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Reply # 30414 10-Mar-2006 08:06
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Into/onto the card icon in My Computer
I reccomend you make folders in it for your files.

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Reply # 30421 10-Mar-2006 10:16
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I do believe that the manual that comes with the Nokia phone sould mention how to do this (mine does) and in simple and easy to understand language with out an excessive amount of exclamation points.
Any who if your phone came with a cd (which it should of) you can install an application as part of the Nokia PC Suite that will copy music and convert its bitrate for you. This application also creates and copies playlists onto your phone for you. ...Just thought you might like to know.

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Reply # 30454 10-Mar-2006 16:56
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mine didnt come with a cd or anything but i think i got it to work but i have pics on the mmc nd i go to drive h and the pics are there but when i put songs nd stuff it says memory is full but i deleted like 15 pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:@

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