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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Gooperslop, Jan 17, 2013.

  1. Gooperslop

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    So looked everywhere on the internet for several weeks and can't find a thing. Got a galaxy S3 in november and love the phone. EXCEPT I cannot get music on it in any way shape or form. When i try to copy a music file onto it will bring up a loading bar which will do nothing for about 5 minutes until it decides to stop trying and give me an error. Tried "kies" but the program just stops responding whenever I try to connect my phone (coincedence?) looked all over for any drivers from samsung but the only one i could find didn't help me at all. sorry for a wall of text, but im really not in the mood to make a formal post.

    P.S. I can get music on it via bluetooth but that process takes several minutes per song and since i have over 1k songs I want to put on it you get the picture.

    Please help me!
     

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  2. silentwitness

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    are u using a memory card in the phone? Are you roooted? If you are using a memory card simplest way is just put it in a card reader and copy paste the songs. If you are rooted there is an app that lets u use the phone as mass storage which would basically give u a e: or D: on ure desktop where u could just copy paste the songs. Another option would be if u use winamp on both phone and pc it has a auto sync feature which would sync all ure music to the phone over WIFI.
     
  3. quickaudi

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    Definitely use a card reader and put them on your microSD card. Super quick.
     

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