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    Hello again everyone. Today I bought my new phone. Samsung D807. I pretty much love it. I also bought a music kit and a 1gig memory card. However, when I try adding certain songs to the memcard, it says it won't support it. (Over 192 kbps or something) Is therer anything I can do?


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    Re: Memory Help

    from Re: How do you put music or pictures on your Samsung D807? - Samsung - Cingular Customer Forums
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    >Of course, MP3 files have to be 192kbps bitrate, or less, and can't have a filename longer than 32 characters.

    They may also be VBR apparently if the first few seconds are under 192kbps. Samsung also claims the phone can play aac format, but I have not tested this.

    From samsung's KB:
    The file formats or file types supported on the SGH-d807 are as follows:
    Ringtones: iMelody, SMAF, MIDI, SP-MIDI, MP3, AAC
    Polyphonic Capability: 40 Note
    Wallpaper/Screen Saver: JPEG, GIF, AGIF, WBMP, BMP, PNG
    Image Association:
    Contact
    Wallpaper
    Games: .jar, ,jad
    Camera Image Format: .jpg
    Camcorder Video Format: .3gp
    Media Player: .mp3, .mp4, .acc, .3gp...
    Menu -> My Stuff(7) -> Music(4) -> My Music(2) This should show the music you have transferred to the phone. Press Options(left softkey), scroll down to Move to memory card(7), push the silver select key, then check the song(s) you want to move (or All). Then push Move(left softkey). Now they will be on the memory card under 'Music'.

    BTW, I highly recommend buying an USB SD card reader/writer. It is, quite literally, at least 50x faster than bluetooth. (100x if you got the Ultra2 like me ) Using bluetooth to fill up 1GB would take over 2 hours, not counting the time it takes to move it from the phone to the card many, many times.
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    Re: Memory Help

    Thanks, but that wasn't really my question. What I meant was is there anything I do to make it so 192 kbps songs can play? Is there any way to make it shorter?



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    Re: Memory Help

    Use dbpoweramp to convert to 192 kbps.
    Then for the future, set WMP (or whatever) to Options> RIP >Mp3 >192 kbps
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