How to Send MP3 Songs to a Mobile Phone

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MP3 is a popular format for digital music, which can be played on various audio devices, such as the iPod. Many phones also have the ability to play MP3 songs. With a USB transfer cable, you can transfer many of your favorite MP3 tunes from your computer onto your phone's internal memory.

Things You'll Need

  • Mini/Micro USB data transfer cable
  • Computer
  • Grasp one end of your Mini/Micro USB data transfer cable and plug it into the USB port of your cell phone. Refer to your phone's manual to determine whether or not your phone uses the Mini- or Micro- USB interface. Plug the standard-sized half of the USB cable into an available USB port on your computer.

  • Click on the Windows logo, which is usually located at the bottom left corner of your screen and select the tab titled "My Computer." Scroll through the list of your computer's storage devices and double click on the icon of the cell phone. This will allow you to view your cell phone's memory.

  • Open the folder entitled "Storage Device" then double-click on the "Music" folder. This is where you will copy the music files.

  • Open a new window and locate the music files that you wish to copy. Generally, they are located in your "My Music" folder. Copy the songs by right-clicking on them and selecting "Copy." Return to your phone's internal memory and paste the files by right-clicking within the browser and selecting the "Paste" option. Wait for the file transfer to complete and disconnect your phone from the computer.

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