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  1. #1
    Sy
    Guest
    Hi, Having Problems with playing songs through the music player which
    are on the MMC card, can't seem to find anywhere to add the songs to the
    playlist. I can browse to the song in the gallery and play it from
    there. I can also play songs which are on the phone in the special
    folder for mp3's.

    In the user manual it says:-

    Music files stored in the Music Player folder will automatically be
    detected and added to the playlist. Music Files stored in another place,
    in a folder of the media card for example, need to be defined in the
    playlist before you can listen to them.

    My question is how the hell do I do that? There are no further
    instructions in the manual.

    Regards
    A happy owner of a 6230



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  2. #2
    Michael Nyrup
    Guest

    Re: Playin MP3 from MMC on 6230

    Hi,

    I am having the exact same problem and I have been battling the issue for
    hours now.



    I am sure it is a bug in the phone software since the manual and the user
    interface of the "Nokia audio manager" tells us it can be done. I noticed
    there is a button in the "Nokia audio manager" which has a hint that says
    "Add track to the playlist of the phone" but it is gray and no selection I
    have been making today was able to enable that button...



    The problem is actually pretty annoying since we are forced to have all
    music in the root folder of the MMC card to be able to play it... what a
    mess..





    Best regards

    Michael Nyrup



    An alomost happy owner ;-)





    "Sy" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi, Having Problems with playing songs through the music player which
    > are on the MMC card, can't seem to find anywhere to add the songs to the
    > playlist. I can browse to the song in the gallery and play it from
    > there. I can also play songs which are on the phone in the special
    > folder for mp3's.
    >
    > In the user manual it says:-
    >
    > Music files stored in the Music Player folder will automatically be
    > detected and added to the playlist. Music Files stored in another place,
    > in a folder of the media card for example, need to be defined in the
    > playlist before you can listen to them.
    >
    > My question is how the hell do I do that? There are no further
    > instructions in the manual.
    >
    > Regards
    > A happy owner of a 6230






  3. #3
    StarGate
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    Go to Music Player in the phone then chose Options -> Track list then options again then you enter Refresh all tracks, now it should search entire phone after mp3and aac files. worked for me should work for you guys.
    What's that? Spam? Spyware? I got only one thing to say: Can't touch this! Daaandandandan



  4. #4
    Some
    Guest

    Re: Playin MP3 from MMC on 6230

    Hi StarGate,
    Do you have music i subfolders on the MMC card? And does the phone see those
    tracks in your subfolders?


    "StarGate" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Go to Music Player in the phone then chose Options -> Track list then
    > options again then you enter Refresh all tracks, now it should search
    > entire phone after mp3and aac files. worked for me should work for you
    > guys.
    >
    >
    > --
    > StarGate
    >
    > What's that? Spam? Spyware? I got only one thing to say: Can't touch
    > this! Daaandandandan
    > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > http://cellphoneforums.netView this thread:

    http://cellphoneforums.net/t115701.html
    >






  5. #5
    Krezik
    Guest

    Re: Playin MP3 from MMC on 6230

    Hi there,

    I would like ot thank StarGate, for he gave me new insight in this
    problem. What I did was this; I used to have a map holding mp3's, but
    I had to put the songs directly in the MMC, without submapping it
    (just mp3's straight into the map by bluetooth) and then I did what he
    did (startup the music player and then refresh all tracks in the
    options menu). I hope it's clear to you now, because this was a
    problem which must have truely disappointed you too. Now it works
    great! Accept for the damn nokio suite of course which doesn't see my
    bluetooth in a couple of it's programs....

    Cheers,

    Krezik



    "Some" <SaltoWiz-remove [email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > Hi StarGate,
    > Do you have music i subfolders on the MMC card? And does the phone see those
    > tracks in your subfolders?
    >
    >
    > "StarGate" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > Go to Music Player in the phone then chose Options -> Track list then
    > > options again then you enter Refresh all tracks, now it should search
    > > entire phone after mp3and aac files. worked for me should work for you
    > > guys.
    > >
    > >
    > > --
    > > StarGate
    > >
    > > What's that? Spam? Spyware? I got only one thing to say: Can't touch
    > > this! Daaandandandan
    > > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    > > http://cellphoneforums.netView this thread:

    > http://cellphoneforums.net/t115701.html
    > >




  6. #6
    Junior
    Guest

    Re: Playin MP3 from MMC on 6230

    Can I give you a suggestion?
    For the programs in nokia pc suite that do not connect, have you tried to
    connect first with the Connection Manager (the small icon that appears in
    the tray bar), and then start the programs?

    "Krezik" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]

    ....cut....
    > Accept for the damn nokio suite of course which doesn't see my
    > bluetooth in a couple of it's programs....
    >







  7. #7
    Stewart
    Guest

    Re: Playin MP3 from MMC on 6230

    Krezik <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Hi there,
    >
    > I would like ot thank StarGate, for he gave me new insight in this
    > problem. What I did was this; I used to have a map holding mp3's, but
    > I had to put the songs directly in the MMC, without submapping it
    > (just mp3's straight into the map by bluetooth) and then I did what he
    > did (startup the music player and then refresh all tracks in the
    > options menu). I hope it's clear to you now, because this was a
    > problem which must have truely disappointed you too. Now it works
    > great! Accept for the damn nokio suite of course which doesn't see my
    > bluetooth in a couple of it's programs....


    Hmm, tried that and it still doesn't work on my 6230. It can play mp3s from the mmc root and from the "Music
    files" but nothing else it seems. Doing a tracklist refresh as suggested made no difference at all. I have to play
    other MP3 files on the MMC via browsing the gallery (media player).

    I'm running s/w version 03.14, what are you folks using ?

    SB



  8. #8
    Gav
    Guest

    Re: Playin MP3 from MMC on 6230

    On Thu, 06 May 2004 15:03:03 GMT, Stewart <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >Krezik <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >> Hi there,
    >>
    >> I would like ot thank StarGate, for he gave me new insight in this
    >> problem. What I did was this; I used to have a map holding mp3's, but
    >> I had to put the songs directly in the MMC, without submapping it
    >> (just mp3's straight into the map by bluetooth) and then I did what he
    >> did (startup the music player and then refresh all tracks in the
    >> options menu). I hope it's clear to you now, because this was a
    >> problem which must have truely disappointed you too. Now it works
    >> great! Accept for the damn nokio suite of course which doesn't see my
    >> bluetooth in a couple of it's programs....

    >
    >Hmm, tried that and it still doesn't work on my 6230. It can play mp3s from the mmc root and from the "Music
    >files" but nothing else it seems. Doing a tracklist refresh as suggested made no difference at all. I have to play
    >other MP3 files on the MMC via browsing the gallery (media player).
    >
    >I'm running s/w version 03.14, what are you folks using ?


    I found that before I could connect using the Connection Manager, I
    had to click on the 'Nokia PC Suite' icon (visible in the Bluetooth
    browser window of my Widcomm software after you've paired it) which is
    one of the services that the phone offers over bluetooth. Note, this
    is NOT the icon for the Nokia PC Suite which is installed on your
    desktop and runs the client software on the PC.

    I then got a message saying the phone was set up to connect using
    the COM5 virtual serial port - which I use whenever I run the
    Connection Manager.

    I only had to do this once ... ever since then the phone connects up
    using the Connection Manager.

    A bug to note - if you are going to turn off the Bluetooth on the
    phone, make sure you have disconnected it from the 'Connection
    Manager' first. In my case, if I haven't then it locks the phone
    every time, requiring the battery to be removed to reset it.


    Gav




  9. #9
    Gav
    Guest

    Re: Playin MP3 from MMC on 6230

    On Thu, 06 May 2004 18:15:29 GMT,
    [email protected]lid (Gav) wrote:

    {snip}

    whoops - that was supposed to be a reply to Junior's message......


    Gav




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