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Microsd 4 gb card will not format so mp3 will play sync'd tunes

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Cards > 2GB are MicroSDHC cards. Your player and reader will have to be compatible with HC cards to use it.

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What type sandisk mirco sd cards work?


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How do we add music to the LG xenon, i hooked up the USB cord into the comptuer and stuff, but it wont let me add the music, soo how do we do that ? i dont want to go buy a memory card cause i jsut go the...


[Extra Hardwares Needed] 1. MicroSD card 2. "Micro-B" USB data cable
[Procedure - either PC or Mac] 1. Disconnect USB cable (if you connected already) 2. In Xenon phone Settings -> More -> Connection -> USB Connection -> (select) Mass Storage Note: If you don't do this, you will get an error message "Unable to use liscense. TRy again after formatting memory card." 3. Insert MicroSD card into Xenon phone slot 4. Connect Xenon phone to PC (or Mac) using USB cable 5. If MicroSD is not accessible as a disk drive, then (1) remove the MicroSD from Xenon (2) format the MicroSD from PC (3) retry step# 3 & 4 6. You can drag & drop your folders and/or files (.mp3 or .m4a only) into the MicroSD card 7. Disconnect Xenon phone from PC then go to "AT&T Music" -> "Music Player" Note: All features work except for "Playlists" 8. If you want "Playlists", you need to use Windows Media Player and sync. iTunes doesn't work since it doesn't allow other devices than iPod. This means that you cannot use Mac to create/sync the playlist.

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How can I format a 4GB microSD card for my Sansa c250 mp3 player ? My cell phone does not have a memory card so I can't format it there.


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Sandisk 1gb microsd problems


The music might not be in the correct format. Does your phone play MP3s? Another thing might be the DRM problem with the MP3s. I had this problem once and had to strip the DRM stuff out of the MP3 before my phone would recognize it.

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When using XP Pro and Windows Media Player you can transfer WMA but you have to go into the PROPERTIES of the drive (mine was mp-556/G: drive) and DESELECT the option to transfer folder hierecy. The MP3 player is not able to reconginize the folder structure it usually creates.

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