Solved It regard a SanDisk in the back of a old cell phone

April 22, 2015 at 18:50:03
Specs: Windows 7, N/A
Recently I just had a new cell phone in the back of my old cell phone there is a SanDisk in it I have country music and other kind of music and fiddle and etc. I would like to transfer those music that came from TV in a VCR and video from internet( but I only recorder the music) my question, is it possible to transfer those music in my computer and back to my stick to save it (music country fiddle etc without the video) so if my computer brakes my music etc will be in a stick. I was told it was possible I did see an icon and the word was Recording!


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April 24, 2015 at 20:44:46
Or RECORDING may be the software label for the sandisk or one of the folders in it. Can't really say for sure.

There's two ways to copy files. 'Copy and Paste':

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/...

and 'Drap and Drop':

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/...

An SD card or other type of flash drive isn't a very reliable means of storage. You may want to also burn them to CD or DVD.



#1
April 22, 2015 at 18:57:18
Old Phone model?
Is there a possibility to connect your old phone to PC (USB cable?)

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#2
April 22, 2015 at 20:05:42
7020 Nokia Well the cord to plug my old cell into my computer I don't know where it is BUT if I can buy the cord will I be able to transfer all my music in the computer then I will transfer it back to a stick because my computer has a recording I don't know if it means I can do it however recording does mean you can record I do not have video with my music but it should not matter should it!!!!!

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#3
April 22, 2015 at 21:05:34
If phone is connected to a PC, move all (audio) files to PC. Do whatever you want with the files on the PC.
There is also a Bluetooth option if that is still working. Copy from the old phone to the new phone.
No need to use or worry about the "recording" function on your PC.

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April 22, 2015 at 21:48:05
I'm seeing his question a little differently.

I'm guessing what you're asking is if you can use the card from your old phone and copy music files to it from your computer. And some of the files have video also and you want to extract the music from those files so you only end up with recorded audio.

If that's what you're asking you'll want to copy anything you want to keep that's on the card now as sluc recommends. Since I'm assuming you're not going to use the card in a phone anymore it's best to remove it from the phone and put it in a card reader. Your computer may already have one of those or you can get one just about anywhere (walmart) that attaches to a USB port. After copying off anything you want to keep you should format the card.

Any files on your computer which already are audio-only can then be copied to the newly formatted card. Video files will need converter software to separate the audio out. The software needed will depend on the video file type.


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April 24, 2015 at 19:36:41
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Most of my music in my SanDisk are music without videos . My question is HOW to transfer my music that's in my SanDisk in my computer and then I will transfer my music files in a stick because if I leave them all in my computer , my computer is DONE (broke) I will still have my music in my stick. When I go on start there is an SD Card (E:) I click twice and there is the word RECORDING does that mean there is a way to transfer my music I have recorded in my SanDisk to my computer and back to the stick!!!!!! to save it all! If so how and step by step I would love to have instruction............ I do intend to keep my SanDisk also


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#6
April 24, 2015 at 20:32:44
There is maybe an association of music files with "RECORDER".
Open File Explorer/Manager. Open "My Computer" is "SD (e:)" visible?
Open the SD. all files in your SD should be visible and able to copy to your computer

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April 24, 2015 at 20:44:46
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Or RECORDING may be the software label for the sandisk or one of the folders in it. Can't really say for sure.

There's two ways to copy files. 'Copy and Paste':

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/...

and 'Drap and Drop':

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/...

An SD card or other type of flash drive isn't a very reliable means of storage. You may want to also burn them to CD or DVD.


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