This will not work if you do not have Bluetooth capabilities on both your phone and your computer. I would also recommend that you use audio software to minimize your MP3 so that it is between 5-40 seconds long – putting the entire song on your phone will take up a lot of space. Also, be sure to do a save, as when saving the MP3, so you do not save over the original MP3 file. Now, let’s get started.
- Right-click on the MP3 you want to send to your phone.
- Choose the “to Bluetooth” option from the dropdown choices.
- Another drop-down option will appear with a list of Bluetooth devices to which you can send the MP3.
- Choose your phone from the list. If you do not see your phone listed, you will need to:
- Make sure your Bluetooth phone is set to discoverable or is in find me mode. (This is done on most phones by going to your settings and/or connections.)
- Once your phone is set to discoverable/find me mode, then choose the “choose other devices option” from the drop-down on your computer.
- The computer will start a search and will most likely find your phone. It could also find other nearby Bluetooth devices.
- Select your phone from the list of found devices. When you select your phone for the first time, you may have to enter a passkey on your phone and then on your computer. Once you have selected your phone, you are ready to continue to the next step.
- A pop-up will appear on your computer showing the process status of your download.
- When the download is complete, another pop-up message will appear on your computer saying that your file transfer was successful (or unsuccessful).
- You should now be able to go to your sounds on your phone and find the song in the list.
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