Uploading music, ringtones and video to your Samsung E720 using the the Samsung PC studio II file manager
There are 2 ways to connect to your Samsung E720. By using bluetooth or by using an USB cable. Since I don’t have a USB cable, I’ll use bluetooth. Whichever method you choose, the connection is transparent to the Samsung PIMS Studio. You can find a guide here on how to connect to your Samsung E720 using bluetooth.
Downloading the software
First of all you need to download the Samsung PC Studio II. You can can find it on Samsung Mobile or go straight through to the Samsung download center. Next install the program. It should be quite straighforward.
After you have connected your phone to your PC, downloaded and installed the Samsung Studio and the Studio has found your phone, you should be ready to use the file manager.
Your phone is successfully detected, if the name of the device is shown at the bottom of the window. Also the Filemanager icon (at the top of the window) will now be active.
Samsung PC Studio II with connected E720.
Now that you have succesfully connected to your phone, you start the filemanager.
You can download from any folder of the E720 you see at the top, but you can only upload to the phone in the “Down content” folder. (It’s called “Down content” because Samsung assumes you’re using the E720 to download content from your service provider or the internet).
- Image folder is for uploading wallpapers, photos, … anything images.
- Video folder is for uploading MP4 videos, animated ring-videos,…
- Sound folder is for MP3 music, ringtones, …
Then select the folder you want to upload to, select the local folder on your PC you want to upload from. Then right-click the file you want to upload and select “Send to Phone”. When you want to download from your E720, the process works about the same.
Note: Depending on the type of content, you have only a selected amount of space available.