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29 November, 2005


Presenting my new kay seven fifty i (Sony Ericsson K750i) and iPod Socks. Time to say goodbye to my tee six ten (T610).
Sony Ericsson K750i and iPod SocksSony Ericsson K750i and iPod SocksSony Ericsson K750i and iPod Socks

It's a Sony Ericsson K750i mobile. It's a great phone, a lot easier to use. It has 2 megapixel digital camera built-in as well as an MP3 play. Sounds great, and the picture quality is great, at least good enough for the web. For more information about Sony Ericsson K750i, please go to

Sony Ericsson K750i and iPod SocksSony Ericsson K750i and iPod SocksSony Ericsson K750i and iPod Socks

Yes, I love this phone. Unlike my previous T610, this is not a Vodafone customised model.

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Updated (13 July 2008): Added Lightbox image effect.
Also, since 11th July 2008, I upgraded my phone to iPhone 3G. This Sony Ericsson is still in very mind condition.

Related blog entries:
got the socks for Christmas? (28 Nov 2005)
I got my tee six ten (22 Dec 2003)

Posted by Antony on 29 November 2005 10:53 AM | photos

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very nice phone Antony! It also suits your Mac! =)
Posted by Jo-Ann on 29 November 2005 12:44 PM.
Hi I've got my phone a few days ago but can't help being just slighty disappointed about a couple of things. Software download: I don't know if I need this but a number of things which do not work the way they should (or the way I can understand) suggested me to look up the firmware updates. Well, this is supposingly a Mac-friendly phone (my other Sonyericsson T610 was) but on their ste you cannot update your firware if not with a PC! Infrared setting with my Mac Powerbook is not something I've been able to do, I can synchronize my addresses but do not seem to be able to do as much with the agenda (which I coluld do without any problem with my old phone). Frustrating!If you can help any of these issues write to Thanks :)
Posted by andre on 1 December 2005 9:43 PM.
Andre, To link the K750i to your Mac, simply use the included USB connection cable, or Bluetooth. To transfer files to your K750i's memory stick duo via USB, simply treat that as a remote disk.
To transfer files to your K750i via Bluetooth, simply use Bluetooth File Exchange which is located under /Applications/Utilities folder. To sync the Agenda (you will need to record them to the iCal), and use iSync to sync them. Make sure you've configured your iSync. Hope these help.
Posted by Antony Shen on 1 December 2005 9:52 PM.
i have got a sony ericsson k750i but i encountered a problem as i was transfering music from my computer to my phone. It let me download 6 or 7 songs and came up with this message: this file type is not allowed in the destination folder. i dont understand this and what does it mean? please get back to me ASAP THANKS
Posted by kelly mcdougall on 5 October 2006 3:46 AM.
I have just got the k7f0i and it wont let me download music with the software that come with it. It says that I havent connected my usb but I have does anyone know what to do when it says that please get back to me asap. Thanks.
Posted by Daniel on 26 October 2006 12:17 AM.
Just got the k750i and when I go to download music from the disc2phone software that come with the phone it says that my usb isnt in does anyone know why ? pleas get back to me a.s.a.p. Thanks.
Posted by daniel on 26 October 2006 12:39 AM.
The easiest way is to transfer music from your computer. As long as you have playable MP3, and connect up K750i to your computer, just transfer to it should do. Otherwise, you can simply put music into K750i's memory stick
Posted by Antony Shen [TypeKey Profile Page] on 26 October 2006 12:43 AM.
How do I download music on to my memory stick please write back a.s.a.p Thanks.
Posted by daniel on 27 October 2006 12:31 AM.
I agree, great phone. Though i am also encountering problems transferring music, i have tried to download certain songs onto my phone, and when i connect the usb and play it plays the songs i have downloaded, yet... i cannot seem to find the folders on my phone ANYWHERE! Im not sure if i've downloaded them wrongly, but i did follow the instructions given.
Posted by vicki on 5 January 2007 2:26 AM.
just got a red k750i everythings good but i dunno how to show my memory card it only says phone memory!!! help plz!
Posted by deen on 18 February 2007 6:55 PM.
Even I am facing the same problem in transferring mp3 to the memory stick.
First of all, the disc2phone software bundled in the CD does not work.
I tried dragging and drop some mp3 to the memory stick folder....but they did not appear when I tried looking from the phone. I tried looking in my playlist and also in file Manager folder....but no luck.
Can anybody in the group explain how to get this working.
Posted by Santunu on 6 March 2007 3:25 AM.
i dont seem to hae any memory stick memory, yet i have a memory stick in, it doesnt acknowledge it , therefore i can only transfer 6 or 7 songs on to the PHONE MEMORY, this seems to be the recurring problem ?
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Posted by mattsteingear on 7 February 2008 7:20 PM.
folks, what are the best sites to use to download music onto the K750I?
Posted by jay on 13 February 2008 10:19 PM.
When putting mp3 songs onto your phone, you need to have a memory stick inside, and after it has formatted the disc for the phone (it does this automatically), simply drag the songs from your computer to this folder: E:\MSSEMC\Media files\audio It can then play them from Media center or file manager from the phones menu. I haven't found a way to put the songs in separate folders, or arrange the order that they appear in the list yet though. To create mp3 songs, buy the original CD, and with a program like Nero, you can convert the audio file to mp3 format. Or you can obtain the file by other means.
Posted by on 20 February 2009 12:47 AM.
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