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Topic # 9339 9-Sep-2006 21:24
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Hey..
I am having issues with my ph...have been reading all the postings on this but as I seem to be lagging in the computer technical side of things Im having trouble understanding some of it..
I know I need drivers, as of yet hoping I can get these off someone?? Also like a lot of others I am having issues with whats showing on my mini SD card to what ive actually put on it..and I really want to be able to transfer songs to my phone without paying the $4-$5 that Telecom charges for their very limited downloadable ones..
PLEASE PLEASE HELP ME!!
Blondie

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  Reply # 45750 9-Sep-2006 23:27
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You should not need drivers (except Windows Mass Storage ones I believe, but I haven’t done this from new in ages).

Plug the USB cable into your phone and PC. You Sanyo 9000 should present some options, choose mass storage. Place your music in a folder called MEDIA.


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  Reply # 45822 11-Sep-2006 12:26
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true, depending on you're operating system... if you need the drivers, PMme and I'll flick em your way.

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