I have placed music on the sd card from my computer. I can see the music when the card is in an mp3 player and in a motorola cell phone, but I can not get it to come up on the env. Please help me before I cry
Once you put the SD card in your env, and open the music player, it should start downloading the music, otherwise I would:
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1st - Place the SD card in the phone. 2nd - Adjust the setting to save Pictures, Video, Music to the SD card by going to Settings and tools > Memory > Save Options. 3rd. Remove the SD card from the phone and connect to PC. Now on the PC you will see the phone has created folders for you "Music". 4th - Drag your music files into the correct folders (ie music, pictures, etc). 5th Place SD card back in LG Envy 2 and enjoy the music.
i had the same problem with my original "the v" you may want to check the file type. If you have wma files, you should try converting them to mp3 or vice versa. research to see what file types your phone supports. I had to take mine into the verizon store to have them update the software on my phone to be able to play mp3 files.
The instructions which came with my phone state that the card must be formatted using the phone... done under Tools > Mass Storage. My instructions also state that music transfer is only possible using bluetooth or the USB cable. However, I found this to be untrue. After formatting the card using the phone, I placed the card in my computer and created a folder on the card called my_music. Placing mp3s in this folder seems to add them to my phone's playlist.
The easiest way to get music on phone is to sync it with windows media player, you will need music kit from service provider, otherwise tmusic needs to be mp3, or wma format, and 128k compression it also needs to be put on card in correct folder
First. Take out your micro-sd card out of your phone. put it in the micro sd card reader. and then place that sd card into a card reader or printer. then go to my computer and copy your MP3's into a folder called, i THINK its called MUSIC, then take out of the computer, take the micro sd out of the sd car and place it back into ur phone. then go to menu and go to media player.then go down to Memory Card
I tell you what I would do anyway download his music to your computer, reformat or as you call it delete it and then place the music the way you would like to hear it. I also see that you have an MP3 that takes SD cards which is better for you because you can collect these cards and place music or audio books on them and have a ton of programs. As for myself I have about 20 2 GB SD cards with books and music you would be surprised how much you can put on one of the little cards