You can upload your favorite MP3 audio files to your Samsung Omnia using a variety of methods. Samsung Omnia, a Windows Mobile phone, comes with a built-in media player that enables you to listen to music wherever you go. Depending on your preference, you can upload music manually using Windows Explorer, or sync content automatically using Device Stage, a synchronization software that can upload audio files to your phone each time you connect it to the computer.
Using Mass Storage
Connect one end of the USB cable into the interface connector on the left side of your Samsung Omnia, and then connect the other end to an open USB port on the computer.
Select "Open folder to view files," if the removable disk dialog box appears. Click the "Start" button, and click "Computer" to launch Windows Explorer if the dialog box does not appear. Locate your phone's removable disk and double-click it.
Double-click the "DCIM" folder, and then double-click the "100SSCAM" folder. Drag MP3 audio files from your computer and drop them into this folder.
Right-click your Samsung Omnia's removable disk drive in Windows Explorer when you finish and then click "Eject." Disconnect the USB cable.
Using a Memory Card
Insert a MicroSD card into the card slot on your computer. If you don't have a built-in card slot, connect a memory card reader to the computer, and then insert the MicroSD card into the appropriate slot on the reader.
Click the "Start" button, and click "Computer" to launch Windows Explorer Locate the card and double-click it.
Drag MP3 audio files from your computer and drop them in the card's window.
Right-click the card in Windows Explorer when you finish and then click "Eject." Unplug the MicroSD card.
Press down on the Samsung Omnia's battery cover and slide it out to expose the battery compartment.
Locate the memory card slot on the side of the battery compartment and insert the MicroSD card with the pins facing up until it clicks. Replace the battery cover.
Tap the "Start" button on the phone's screen, tap "Programs," and then tap "File Explorer."
Tap the Navigation Bar and select "Storage Card" to view the MP3 audio files on the MicroSD card. Tap and hold an audio file to bring up a context menu and then tap "Copy."
Tap the Navigation Bar again and select "My Device," then "My Documents" and "My Music." Select an empty part of the My Music folder and tap "Paste" to upload the audio file to your phone.
Using Device Stage
Connect your Samsung Omnia to the computer using the USB cable and wait for Device Stage to detect your phone and launch automatically.
Double-click "Set up sync" and click the checkbox next to "Music."
Select "Sync now" to sync all the MP3 audio files in your Windows library. Click "Save changes" to use these settings in the future. Click the "Settings" button if you want to select specific MP3 audio files to synchronize, and then follow the guided prompts.
Click "OK" after completing your selections and then click "Save changes" or "Sync now" to upload the audio files.
- You can also sync content using Bluetooth; however, setting up Bluetooth varies with different computers. To sync MP3 audio files from your computer to your Samsung Omnia via Bluetooth, refer to your computer's documentation for information on enabling Bluetooth.
- This information applies to Windows 7 users.