Question about LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone
I have a LG Vu Cellular phone, and I bought a microSD memory card to expand my phones memory. However, when I format the card and upload music it accepts it but when I put the memory card in my phone, my phone says 'Card Not Ready!". Can you explain how to allow my phone to read the memory card.
I had same problem-you must push memory card ALL the way in until it clicks!! Also, make sure connection under settings is set to "mass storage"
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
Take all files of the card and format it. Then right click on it go to properties shear it. I got a 4G and it works fine now.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
4 gig is the max confirmed, Kingston Brand works, Dane-Electric Brand works. Tried Adata 8 gig, Polaroid 8 gig, confirmed NOT working. 4 gig only as of Sept 16, 2009.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
What types/sizes of microSD cards are not working? I bought an 8gb microSDHC it does not work, three AT&T reps said it would..HA Im not 100% but I thinks the phone cannot yet recognize the HC cards.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
In the phone specs it says it will take a 4 gig max card
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Dude. It totally dosnt work, AT ALL. So we went to the At&t store and were all like Dude, Can you go fix this er whatever. The Guy said that Yeh, We had the right card ( SD ) And that it should be working, And then he told my Dad how to fix it, But he Refused to Touch my phone and try and Fix it himself. So He Talked my dad into buying me a whole new phone, The EXACT Same phone, And I Still got tha Same problem and im like what 115 $ Under. Make me Mad, Any other Cards that DO Work?
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
Per LG the only brand of memory card that is compatible, will work and remain working is SanDisk. I know of people who had nonstop problems. They changed to a SanDisk and never had another memory card problem.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
SOURCE: Memory card format for lg vu 920
Usually to format a disk, memory card; anything, you need to be plugged into a computer.
Which requires a USB cable for your phone, or a card reader. If you don't already have a USB cable, it's usually easier to come across a card reader simply because everybody uses them. With a USB cable, most stores don't carry them and have to order, because it's specific for a phone.
Now if you have a USB Cable or a card reader already, plug it into your computer. (With the phone, make sure the "USB Connectivity" settings are set to "Removable Disk". This way, it won't read the phone's memory, just the memory card.)
Once the memory card is detected, right click on it, and there should be an option that says "Format". Click it. You should get a popup asking if you're sure or not. Obviously you're serious about formatting the card, so click yes.
There's a check box for "Quick Format". It's a sort of way of half-assed formatting; it's faster, but not as thorough. Whether or not you do that is up to you.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
you slide off the back of the phone. Remove the battery. Then take out the sim card. Right beneath that is where the memory card is supposed to go. You can easily tell if it's in or not because you have to push it down and hear a pop. Hope that helps, I've had mine for three weeks now!:)
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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