First time I tried I had an error that said that transfering the files could be useless because my device wouldn't be able to recognize them. I ignored, transfered, and played it in my N4 without any problems.
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rdesbris2 - to be of any help, we really need a bit more information about the symptoms: as well as the questions above, are you seeing any error messages, are you seeing the phone contents when you have the USB cable connected etc etc ..
I use 2 USB cables to connect the N4 and a Galaxy Note to the Windows 7 PC. Windows Explorer shows that both devices are connected and I can see the files and folders on both devices. However when I try to copy a music file from the Note to the N4 the copy process seems to "lock up" and the file is not transferred. When the transfer starts I get a message "Your file will be copied, but you may not be able to play it or view it on your device". The file starts to copy but it gets about 1/2 way and stalls.
Last edited by rdesbris2; February 7th, 2013 at 01:14 PM.
Did that and the same result. An error message box pops up saying "your file will be copied but you might not be able to play it or see it on your device. " after a few minutes it times out and nothing is copied from the PC to the N4. I also tried to move a Word document to the N4 without success.
Last edited by rdesbris2; February 11th, 2013 at 11:12 AM.
Just suck them into the Google cloud via the Music desktop app. Then they are their for all your devices. You can download any playlist you want and keep it physically on the phone. I just made a playlist of all my music.
I found that I can only copy a few files at a time. If I try to copy more than maybe 10 files (+/- 40MB), I get a similar problem to the one described above. To get things working again, I have to disconnect the USB and reconnect.
Like I say, copying smaller numbers of files works fine.
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