Cant see my songs on my phone but i can on the computer
The computer said my songs have transfered using my USB On to the micro card, but when i go on to my phone the extrenal memory bit has no songs on but when i go on to the total used it says 2% has been used when nothing there.So i know my songs are on there but they dont come up but when i go on the USb on the computer it says my songs are on there.
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Use USB cord from your cellphone to the PC and transfer the song file of the computer through the phone.You can also use memory card reader to transfer the files to the phone memory card.Remove the memory card of the phone and insert to the card reader and connect to the USB fort of the computer and transfer the files of you PC to the card.
he Motorola razr v3i supports two kinds of music file formats: MP3 formats with bitrates of 192 Kbps and AAC formats with bitrates of 128 Kbps. Songs with lower bitrates are converted into appropriate bit rate songs before playing on the phone.
The iTunes application should be open on the computer
The phone should be connected to the computer using the USB cable such that the phone icon pops up in the iTunes application in the computer
Select PREFERENCES from the EDIT menu in the application
IN the PREFERENCE window, choose the PHONE option
Before transferring the songs, choose the option which allows for conversion of all higher bitrate songs into bitrates of 192 Kbps
Finally click OK to convert all songs into compatible formats ready for transfer
Now the songs are ready to be transferred from the desktop to the mobile phone
The songs can be transferred on to an external storage device like a memory card
First the card should be installed on the phone
Now the card should be set as the default USB connection on the phone. This can be done by going into the DEFAULT CONNECTION menu of USB settings in the CONNECTIONS menu
The phone should be connected to the computer using the USB cable and the iTunes application should be open on the computer
The application will show the phone icon on the left side of the screen
Now drag and drop an entire playlist or specific songs from the playlist onto the phone. The average transfer time for a song is 45 seconds
After all song transfers are done, the phone can be ejected by selecting the EJECT icon in the application
The phone should be ejected only after the DO NOT DISCONNECT message disappears from the screen of the phone
Now the songs appear in the iTunes digital jukebox on the phone where songs are stored under SONGS menu and playlists under the PLAYLIST menu
Please note that the Bluetooth connection cannot be used to transfer music between the phone and the computer
according to motorola, this phone has bluetooth and micro SD card slot. if you have computer with bluetooth, then you can pair the computer and phone and simply send music files wirelessly via bluetooth. if you dont have bluetooth, then you can buy a cheap usb bluetooth adapter from ebay and have a bluetooth enabled computer, then follow above step.
if you have SD card slot on your computer then you can get a SD card to micro SD card slot adapter from ebay or elsewhere, where you can simply put music on then card from pc and then transfer the card to the phone.
here is the phone manual.for safety read the whole manual. p.55 for music and p.79 for bluetooth instructions.
Install the provided LG Dare software on your computer. Using your USB cord, connect the phone to the computer. Open windows Media Player. Media Player should see your phone. In the sync screen, drag music from your library to the sync column and then select sync. This will copy the selected music to your phone.
Photos are easiest with a micro SD card, otherwise, you need software like BitPim. Transfer photos to and from the micro SD card and the insert in your phone.
try to format teh micro SD card first using the phone, make sure that you have a back up copy on your PC then try to re transfer the songs again. Also u need to check if the songs that you have is supported by the phone.
Ok, I figured it out. Well, ok, maybe I didn't figure it out, but I did solve the problem -- by making sure everything on the SD card was backed up, and then reformatting it. Then I put all my MP3's back into the "my_music" folder on the card, and it all showed up on the phone -- finally!
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
You don`t need any pc suit. You muse set your phone: Enter in the phone to: menu->setting->connectivity->USB connection mode and here set Mass storage. Now put the usb cable and you can transfer data form memory card to your pc.