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    colom7bian
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    man ive been trying my hardest to figure out how i can upload music to my new MM-7500 phone. i have a usb cord that came with the phone but when i plug it in, a screen comes up about printing the pictures from my phone. idk. but i really really really need some help with this. can someone please help me out. thnx


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    Re: Can Some1 Pleeeeeeeze help me!!! PLEAZE

    all I know is you need to convert it with Qualcomm's pure voice converter



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    Re: Can Some1 Pleeeeeeeze help me!!! PLEAZE

    Quote Originally Posted by DiCeBeAtS
    all I know is you need to convert it with Qualcomm's pure voice converter
    dam,well that sounds really complicated. lol. how do i get Qualcomm's pure voice converter? nd umm is it free. Nd how do i use it? does any1 no a easier way. get at me



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    Re: Can Some1 Pleeeeeeeze help me!!! PLEAZE

    It's free, and it's very easy to use. Unfortunately, purevoice files don't have the best quality sound. I recommend using wavepad first to convert your mp3 file into an 8-bit mono wav file, normalize the sound and anything you can do to clear it up (sometimes requires a bit of tweaking). THEN you drag the wav file into purevoice and save it. Here are the links for wavepad and purevoice:

    Free Audio Editing Software - Download Wave and MP3 Editing Program

    PureVoice Downloads

    edit: You may want to try something, this works on some Sprint phones and not on others. Instead of "converting" your mp3 file, try changing the file extension to something different. For example, I erase the .mp3 from the end of my ringtone, replace it with .qcp (the purevoice extension) and all of a sudden my phone plays mp3's! The people at the Sprint Store didn't believe me, and I said, "You ever head a purevoice file sound that good?" Some phone models will play mp3 files with the false extension of .mid or .wav, you may have to go into your Windows settings to "view file extensions" so if you don't know how to do that, send me a private message.
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    Re: How Do I Get mp3's On My MM-7500? PLEASE HELP

    Okay, excuse me while I wake up the rest of the way and let me see if I can get your question straight. First have you read your user manual? It seems that your phone has a media player which is designed to access Sprint's power vision multimedia channels, not to play your own audio uploads. So, are you trying to play full-length songs, or are we discussing how to get your phone to play a ringtone? If you don't have it, you can download your user manual HERE for more info on your media player and how it works.



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    Re: How Do I Get mp3's On My MM-7500? PLEASE HELP

    Quote Originally Posted by Brad729
    Okay, excuse me while I wake up the rest of the way and let me see if I can get your question straight. First have you read your user manual? It seems that your phone has a media player which is designed to access Sprint's power vision multimedia channels, not to play your own audio uploads. So, are you trying to play full-length songs, or are we discussing how to get your phone to play a ringtone? If you don't have it, you can download your user manual HERE for more info on your media player and how it works.
    na man, i have plenty of ringtones that are mp3. belive me. i love music. whenever i feel like listening to music i pull out the ringers nd jus jam. but im tired of only the little 30 second clips. i want the full song. i no i have sprints power vision multimedia channels. i have everything on my phone. this one extra accessory will complete my phone. i went to sprint music on my phone and it says i can buy the songs or upload them from my computer and thats what i am trying to do.



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    Re: How Do I Get mp3's On My MM-7500? PLEASE HELP

    Sorry my previous posts weren't much help. I've looked and looked and I think I finally found your answer. Not on any Sprint-affiliated site, but rather our Canadian friends at Bell Mobility have put up a friendly FAQ on your phone and how to transfer music to it using the USB cable.

    Please let me know if this does the trick!!!

    http://www.bell.ca/support/PrsCSrvWl...fer.page?tab=2



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    Re: How Do I Get mp3's On My MM-7500? PLEASE HELP

    yea that doesnt help much. i went out yesterday and bought another usb cord for my phone. well my mom did. then wen i plugged it in, its saying theres a problem with the devise im trying to install, im pretty sure i need a cd to go with it but my phone or usb cord never came with a cd. do you know where i can get this cd from. my friends phone came with one but she has verizon.



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    Re: How Do I Get mp3's On My MM-7500? PLEASE HELP

    You tried installing the music backup application from that site and it didn't work for your phone? Sorry about that. I was hoping I'd finally found the answer.



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