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It's easy to put music on your phone. If you have the music files on your computer, just use a Bluetooth Dongle or USB cable to send the files to your phone. If your phone has WAP internet access (see lower down) then you can also browse the internet to find the files. The most common format is MP3 but if you have a phone which does not support it then you may be able to find compatible files on the Internet. Many phones do not have much memory (I know my Razr only has 6MB) so if your phone is the the case then you may need to compress the files or use shorter tunes. A great program for making tunes shorter is audacity. PLEASE NOTE THAT IT MAY BE ILLEGAL TO DOWNLOAD COPIES OF TUNES OR MODIFY TUNES YOU DOWNLOAD.
If you find a YouTube video which has the music that you want, then download UltraGet video downloader to download the video and FLV Extract to extract the music as an MP3. It will create files around 1MB in size. Good Luck!
Wap is a way of accessing the internet on your phone. It provides VERY basic access and can be quite expensive. It is normally possible to sign up for an unlimited plan with the company who provides you access. (see internet on phone for a better description. I use wap to download games from vodafone.Other providers like orange also let you download games.
Here are some links to some sites you could use to get resources for your phone. Theses have been tested on a Motorola Razr V3. Have fun!
To get any file you download onto your phone you can use a Bluetooth Dongle, bluetooth built into your pc (some have it and some dont) or a USB cable.
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