Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Load Music from Samsung's Kies Software

In overall the Samsung Galaxy SIII is a great smartphone, both its hardware and software. You can do many things with it, from making calls, play games, listen to music up to take a HDR photos.

See also: How to Take HDR Photos with the Samsung Galaxy S3

One of the nice things you can do with this phone is listening your favorite music. With music you can past the boring times or cheer you up when you're upset.

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With a large storage capacity, you can collect thousand of songs you like into it. And the good news you can load music from Samsung's Kies software. There are many music collections that you can take from here.


How to load music from Samsung's Kies software?
To be able to load the music from Kies in your Samsung Galaxy SIII, first you have to transfer the songs you like from Kies to your phone. As written on thefullsignal, here are the things you need to do:
  1. Download Samsung's Kies software here.
  2. Install it to your Windows PC or Mac.
  3. On your PC click on Kies icon to run it.
  4. Connect your phone with your PC by Plug the end of the micro USB cable to your Samsung Galaxy SIII and the other into a USB port on your computer.
  5. Wait until the Samsung Kies recognize your computer.
  6. Once the devices are connected, go to notifications and select "Media Device(MTP)" to make Kies recognize your phone as a media player.
  7. On Kies select Music under Library.
  8. Mark the music you want to transfer to your phone.
  9. Click Transfer to device.
  10. The selected musics will be transferred to your phone.
  11. Once the transfer is complete you can disconnect your phone to the computer.
  12. Done. Now you can listen the music you like in your beloved Samsung Galaxy SIII.

With increasing choice of songs on your phone, now you do not need to be confused to spend time while exhausting journey or when you are waiting for something that makes you bored. So, try and share it through the comment below :)

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