you have to have a software that can handle SECURE audio. some silly thing
they invented so you can't copy things out of the card and to another
computer etc. later on.
this is the same scheme they use on mp3 players from panasonic etc. so you
can probably use the software panasonic sells named sd-jukebox. as far as
i remember a guy at work here used it for the sh52.
On Sun, 1 Jun 2003, Paul Hardy wrote:
> This is aimed mainly at J-SH53 users.
> I picked up the J-SH53 on the assumption that, with an SD slot, it's a
> slightly more open phone than others on the market. Well, so far I like
> what it does, and I'm impressed that the free cable kit includes an
> optical coupler, so one can do a digital-to-digital download from a
> music source.
> But I can't find a way to put MP3 files on the SD card and have the
> phone play them. As far as I can tell, the phone will only play files
> that it has recorded directly. Have I missed something very obvious?
> Adverts also seem to suggest that, since the schedule and other data can
> be copied to the SD card (and run from the card (though not really, the
> phone seems to get confused from time to time)), it's easier to
> maintain, but I can't find any mention in the manual what the data may
> be compatible with. It would have been nice if Sharp had provided a
> utility to let one manipulate said data on a PC.
> So we come back to my traditional cry of "Japanese cellphones will never
> be true PIMs until software can reliably back up all data on the phones,
> and at the least J-Phone can reliably move data from one phone to
> another". What I want is an Intellisync-like conduit.
> Quick ten-second review of the camera: the 1 megapixel camera is
> actually pretty good for 1MP; the sound quality is better than my old
> Toshiba but not as good as my ancient Denso. The primary display is
> outstanding and the secondary display is barely adequate. The manual
> suggests the maximum SD card size may be 64MB but I've used it with
Received on Mon Jun 2 06:40:03 2003