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Major help i got this motorola cricket phone and i need MAJOr help trying to get music on it. i have a PNY sd card but im really confused and i really dont kno what to do and it wont read the sd card when i put it in there.

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    i have a cricket moto v2240 and i installed music on the sd card, but i am not sure i am installing the card correctly into my phone because i get a message telling me that i must install sd card to use this application? i am lost?

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Format your card......then plug in to your phone to the computer then install the drivers if you have not alredy then your set....

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