I am trying to put some music from my laptop (running Vista) onto my Wildfire, but neither the Wildfire nor the laptop react to connecting via USB cable. I have transferred music before but somehow settings have been changed?
I loaded "Fallen" by Evanescence onto my phone. Initially I was pleased with the audio quality, but the instant the bass cut in, I was horrified. It was noticeably distorted.
It wasn't playing particularly loudly, so it wasn't a volume issue. Turning the volume down didn't help.I was listening with Sennheiser EH1430 headphones, which are perfectly adequate.The audio tracks are 320Kbps VBR from Amazon MP3. The music sounds great through my HiFi, so the tracks are not distorted.I compared the MP3 files on the phone with the originals; identical. So, am I just out of luck, or is there anything I could try?
Recently my wildfire had problems with playing a music playlist, it plays every song not just the playlist, it did work properly first, but now it stopped working, I have checked out the settings and even google but I couldn't figure it out.
I have a contract with T-Mobile that has 'unlimited internet access' and I have a Wildfire. I was hoping to use this to enable me to access the internet on a netbook and it seems like the Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot function would do the trick.However, when I tried this I get on to a T-Mobile page that is then asking me for more money and it seems that T-Mobile can detect that it is a different device than the phone trying to access the internet.
OK, lots of Music in my Music folder (accesed via file manager), but I can't add any of it to playlists, I can play it but despite the help function telling me I can then use options to add it to a playlist I can't, I have seen this appears to be a common issue with this 'smart' (sic) phone.
I'm using a Samsung Galaxy S5, and suddenly nothing shows up on the music player. I don't use an SD card, only internal memory. And I tried bringing up songs individually, but they still don't show up on the music player.
Songs in playlits keep repeating the same song unless I manually advance to the next song. Is this possibly a setting somewhere in iTunes that I'm missing? When I first got the 4s I was not having this but I did an update from a previous install that was on my 3Gs and this started all over again.
The music app on my wifes iphone 4 is showing duplicates for the recently played and recently downloaded playlists. also whenever a new playlist is created it shows twice on the list. some of theses cant be deleted. this is the only device that has this issue. is there any way to get rid of them?
I have tried to slide the default playlists (such as top rated) to show the delete button like you would a normal playlist but that doesn't seem to work. Is there any other way to delete them (without using a computer)?
I bought a Wildfire S a year ago. It was all good until a month ago, when the phone started restaring on its own. At first it used to restart once a day or so.. But of-late the frequency has increased, it keeps doing it every few hours. I tried solving the issue by hard reseting the phone. After which it was fine for a few days and now it has started again.
I have a nokia x6 and all my Music in Itunes on my Win7 machine. I know that there is no way to synchronize my mobile with itunes in a way that pleasant me (itunes agent, itunes sync, salling mediasync give all no playing counts back to itunes). But i am happy to see, that there is an option to import my itunes library to OVI music, so i can administrate my music in itunes and all new music is imported to OVI Music for a sync with my phone.The easiest way to solve this problem would be to make the "Nokia multimedia transfer" running on a windows machine. Is there any plausible reason for not transferring the software from the Mac to Windows. Many Nokia users would be happy about that (cause i am loosing all my playlists, ratings, playing counts, if i switch to OVI Music). And i am sure that many people (including me) that have a nokia mobile and an ipod, would switch to use only the mobile, if them would be given an easy way to synchronize. What is good for an Mac user should be better for a Windows user (since there are certainly more windows user your clients, than mac user that would prefer a iphone)
My aim is to have only Music that a did not play the last month. So all songs should be deleted during the synchronisation on my phone if i heard them the past days.In itunes there is the opportunity to make selfupdating playlists (e. g. only songs not played the last month). So i hear a song on my ipod, make a synchronisation with itunes and the song disappears from the ipod and is replaced by a new song. That is the feature I am missing in OVI Music, where i have no opportunity to make selfupdating playlists.Since you have already selfupdating playlists in OVI Music implemented (recently played, last added,..) There should be a way to make a playlist called "not played the last month".Are there any plans for the future?But there is still one more problem: Some songs are double imported although the songs are only once in the itunes library. Is there the opportunity to find duplicates in the OVI Music?
I have created some playlists in Media Go and transfered them to the phone with Media Go.All files have been transferred and I can also see the *.m3u in the music folder on the SD card.What must I do to find the playlists in the music player ? All music files are available as supposed.
I can't do anything except play a playlist without the music app freezing and eventually crashing (although it tends to finish the song it's playing first..... at least it's graceful in its crash)Â
Also, none of my playlists are updating with my Match playlists.Â I've tried turning Match on & off, resetting the phone, force quitting Music, different permutations of the above with various networks on or off.Â
Considering buying one of these, either this or the ZTE Blade (Orange San Francisco in UK). The Orange San Francisco is cheaper and has a bigger screen with more resolution, but the Wildfire looks more solid. Can I put 2.2 or 2.3 on it though?
When I go to Menu > Settings > SD & phone storage > Make more space > All applications > Move apps to SD card <<< it says "nothing to Move" to "Move to SD card" and it says "Application (30/150MB)Some applications has been moved to SD card, some has not! How can I move everything to SD card? My SD card is 32GB and there are way lots of space!
I was on a bike ride 5 days ago, and had my phone with me, and realized it was on red and had only 11% charge left. I then got home and realized it had turned of because it had ran out of charge, so as usual, put in on charge, however no orange light lit up, and it wouldn't turn on or charge. I have tried 2 different HTC chargers and none of them work.
I have been unable to send text messages off and on for a week now. I have followed all instructions from HTC and my provider Tmobile. I did a total factory reset and this did not work but for some bizare reason after a couple of days my phone started sending messages, unfortunately this only worked for 2 days!! The only thing I can think that may affect my phone is I dowloaded Skype
I am trying to root my HTC Wildfire S and have been looking around a bit. The first step, so I found, is to unlock the bootloader. This is supposed to be easy: just use the RUUprogramme that can be found on htcdev.com. The problem is that all the versions of the RUU there require a LOWER version of the ROM. I have 2.26.401.3; no RUU seems to be working with this.
If I'm expecting an important call (so don't want to turn the phone off) then how can I wipe fingerprints off the display without accidentally touching some button that does things I don't want right now?
I came across this conundrum when I tried to clean the smudge over the "End Call" button.