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Putting music onto your Juke

I seem to be having trouble adding music to my Juke. I've had my phone for about 3 months now but haven't really messed around with the music sense christmas.

As I am wanting to add more music onto my phone, which it is only half full of memory. I can;t add certain music onto it. The file type is the same, mp3, but what I noticed is that when I used to use programs like limewire (don't anymore) I was able to add music onto my phone. But, If I download music from a torrent, which I normally would by album, it won't let me transfer that music. I try to drag and drop and nothing happens. It won't even try to take the music.

So what I found out in some of the other posts is that I have to have my music I guess all in the same folder somehow. All my music I would get from limewire or a torrent would then be thrown into itunes and when I used to have my ipod, It would automatically go to the ipod. But with the juke it wont transfer over. So i try to manually put the music I got from a torrent, and put it into the itunes folder, but when I do this, but when I play the song through itunes onto my computer, it says that it is missing. Basicly, the music HAS to stay in that folder.

Any suggestions? Please Help.

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