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Motorola Razr V3m - Tran flash

I have loaded mp3 music onto my Transflash card. When I look under media sounds I only see some of them, if I connect to my computer I can see all off them on the removable memory card and can play them with my computer while connected. When I disconnect from my pc I can not see them on my phone media. Help!

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I badgered the h*ll out of a Motorola customer support guy (call center in Costa Rica) into mailing me the Motorola Phone Tools for free. And it still does not work, first my PC says it does not recognize the device, then got past that window and updated the software successfully from their site, then can see all the tracks on the CD but when i click "extract track" it all crashes. Anybody got ideas?

Posted on Jan 25, 2007

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TO c2h2a2d: You are exacty right, I found that out as well. My son showed me that is what you have to do for all mp3 players. Leissa

Posted on Jan 16, 2007

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If you have a Sprint Motorola V3m: First tech support says yes you can transfer via windows media player 10/11. Then when I present the problem to support he doesn't even know what format or if there were other similiar complaints (I knew more..surprise surprise!). I have just talk to Sprint in store "tech" help and he states that it is not possible at all (hmm). So I guess if you have a Sprint V3m it's not possible (I have seen post that Verizon carrier's does work), however...there is one more possible solution -- buy the Motorola Phone Tool software for $30. If you are willing to spend extra $$$ let this poster know if it works. If I still have this useless phone :-)

Posted on Jan 13, 2007

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I have the same problem as list above. Does anyone have any clues?

Posted on Jan 11, 2007

  • Chad Glover Jan 16, 2007

    I figured out what my problem was and yours might be the same.

    I compared the files that were showing to the one that were not.

    The mp3 files that appeared on the phone all had shorter file names then the ones that did not show up.

    On my pc I rename all of the mp3 files that had long file names to shorter ones.

    After renaming the file on the SD card all of my files showed up on the phone.

    I think there is an issue with length of a file name and the number of character that can be displayed on the phone.

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