Don't know how to upload music onto LG enV VX9900 cell phone
I have music on my laptop in various formats, including mp3. I usually use iTunes to play them. I would like to play the music on my phone by plugging headphones into my phone and playing the music while I am away from my desk. For example, when I am in the gym or at work. But I do not know how to get the music on to my phone. I have used bluetooth before, to move photos taken from my old phone onto my laptop. But I am worried that this will take long to transfer many large song files. I see that my phone has a USB port, but I thought it was only for charging the phone, and I am wondering if I can also use this USB port for transferring files onto my phone. I also see that my phone has a "micro SD" card port. I do not know what this is. Is it like a thumb drive or external hard drive for my phone, that I should store the music on, and then play when I plug it in? Or use it to transfer the music from my laptop to my phone? How would I connect the micro SD card to my laptop? I am hoping you can suggest the best way to get music onto my phone.
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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
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It works just as long as you first format your memory stick when you first insert it into your phone then drop and drag your MP3 formatted songs onto it via USB cable or through your MicroSD reader on your computer, just make sure it's in the correct folder which is the "my music" folder on the memory stick, then go to your media folder and play it from there. Aloha!
First off make sure you have a copy of any pics, vids & music you want to keep... then make sure you format the memory card in the phone. Settings, Memory, Card Memory, options, format. If you are not using a Music Essential Kit, then you plug the card into a memory reader attached to your computer. If you open the drive through "My Computer" you should see file folders for my pics, my videos, my music, etc. Make sure you place the music files in the music folder. (Music has to be DRM-free .mp3's, .wma's, etc. NO iTUNES unless converted) Put the card back in the phone and go to Get it Now, My Tunes...
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.
Im not for sure if this will help, but i know if u are not using the software that vorizon sells for that phone, the misic files that u load to ur sd card are not in the right format for the phone. the software causts $20 through vorizon, and comes with a usb cable to download the music directly to ur phone. hope that helps.
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. :]
your music needs to be in mp3 form (possibly wav..not sure)
but you could be using Mp4, which is from itunes, which you can't do.
I had one song that it said this to, so I changed the format to mp3 with some software, but I don't remember what it was called.
you can find out the file type by right clicking the song and clicking properties.
Since no one has answered this yet and I found a solution, I minus well help the people out there. This is how I do it: 1) go to menu 2) go to tools 3) go to USB Mass Storage This will allow your computer to recognize your phone/card and will open it. I highly recommend transferring all your photos and video to your card instead of your phone memory. This is how you transfer it from your phone to your card: 1) go to menu 2) go to settings 3) go to memory from here you can gain access to what is on your phone memory and your card memory. From this you can edit where you want to save your pics/videos/sounds to (either phone or card memory) and transfer your media files from your phone to your card or vise versa.