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Master Geek
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Topic # 6910 4-Mar-2006 03:49
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my mum got a sanyo 5600 and i don't no how to put the msic on to it i dragged the mp3 files from my computer to the musc folder on the "kingston" folder which is the one the sanyo 5600 use's for storeage. so when i disconnect the phone from the pc and look under the chip storage and it says "no DATA" does any one no wot to do. am i doing something worng?

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  Reply # 29788 4-Mar-2006 05:27
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Try dragging the mp3's to the media folder.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 29825 4-Mar-2006 20:15
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it worked i just formated the minSD card via the sanyo and then just druged them to the media folder i druged them to the musc folder the first time i wonder why that didn't work?

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