I would like to put songs onto my LG enV from my computer. I do NOT want to purchase them from VCAST, as I opted to cancel that service and get MobileWeb 2.0. So, can I still put music on my phone without VCAST? If so, how?
If you buy an SD card for your phone, you can put it in your computer, transfer the songs you want over, and then put it in your phone. The music still plays through VCAST, but you don't have to pay. :]
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As far as downloading songs with the internet, yes, VCast is your only choice for Verizon.
However, you are free to sideload your .mp3 formatted files from your computer to your phone via a microSD card, or data cable, no matter where they came from.
If you're going to use a memory card, you'll need to insert it into the phone and format it (its under Menu > Settings > Memory usually). Then make sure that you only load the files into the music folder for them to work.
Are you using a microsd card? If so the music will show up under the sounds menu and not the VCast Music. This should help you. But in order to listen to MP3 files you need to load them onto a microsd card and then put your card into the slot on the enV. This should solve your problem.
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.
You can use it in a printer that takes memory cards but you cannot download a lot of songs that way. The best thing to do is buy a music essentials kit. If you have a 512 mb card, you can get at least 100 songs.
buy a micro sd card from any electronics store, put it into your computer(card reader)move selected songs over to the card, take it out of computer and put into phone. Menu,media center, music and tones,my music
Vcast will only find certain types of files. It will not recognize many formats that you may be using. I'm assuming this is the problem here... If you can find the songs you want to have on the phone you can then convert them to MP3 with a converter and place it where the Vcast software and then it should work.
Yeah I had that same problem, make the song name significantly shorter. I noticed that the long named songs didn't work and that the short ones did. So I shorted the file name and they worked. Hope that solves your problems as well. -Kasper