Cell phone memory cards are external memory cards that can be inserted within the cell phones to transfer files to and from them, including pictures, videos and music. Because they are designed for cell phones, which are small, the memory cards themselves are small as well. They are technically referred to as microSD memory cards, and with the appropriate adapter, you can use one of these memory cards to add music to a cell phone from your computer. Plus, the process of doings so is relatively simple once you get the hang of it.
Things You’ll Need
MicroSD memory card
MicroSD memory card USB adapter
Put the microSD memory card inside the microSD memory card USB adapter. Simply remove the cover to the microSD USB adapter and slide the microSD memory card inside it before replacing the cover to the microSD USB adapter.
Plug the microSD memory card USB adapter into your computer’s USB port, and then locate the music files that you wish to add to your cell phone.
Drag and drop the music files to the microSD USB drive icon to move them to your microSD memory card.
Remove the microSD USB adapter from the computer, and remove the microSD memory card from the microSD USB adapter.
Open the microSD memory card slot located on the side of your cell phone. Put the microSD memory card into the slot. Push it in until it clicks into place.
Go the “Menu” on your cell phone, and then click on “Settings and Tools.”
Click on “Memory” within “Settings and Tools,” and then click “Card Memory.”
Click on “My Music,” and then click on “Options,” and then click on “Move.”
Check all the music files that you wish to add to your cell phone, and then click “OK.” Click “Yes” when prompted to confirm that you want to move the music files from your microSD memory card to your cell phone.
Go to the memory save options located within your settings and tools menu to set your cell phone settings to automatically save files to your microSD memory card.
Beware of dropping or losing your microSD memory card, for it is extremely tiny and is easily lost.