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EnV2 does not recognize MP3 files on micro SD card

New EnV2 does not recognize MP3 files on micro SD card that were added using Verizon / Rhapsody

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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    i cant figure out how to make my env2 recognize the micro sd card i inserted

  • musicislife1 Jan 11, 2009

    my env2 wont recognize that a memory card was inserted

  • cdubcols Jan 12, 2009

    files there, check memory and shows that space taken, but phone not recognizing the files are there

  • thechadj Feb 01, 2009

    Please someone reply. When MICRO SD inserted the files are not displayed on phone. Although it has been formatted on the phone and the files are clearly loaded . No dice when it comes to exploring the card on the phone. HEEEELLLLPPPP!!!!

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This was tricky, but I was able to get MP3 files recognized on my daugter's phone.

First, the MicroSD card needs to be formatted by the phone. The phone requres a special directory structure to be created. You may be able to do this manually, but I did it by letting the phone initialize the card. To do this, insert the MicroSD card. Make sure you push it all the way in.

Go to Menu 9 Settings and Tools. Then menu 9 Memory. Then menu 3 Card Memory. The phone should recognize the card and initialize it by creating the special directories for My Music, My Videos, My Sounds, etc.

Then put the card into your PC and copy your MP3 files to the My Music directory on the card. I could not get the phone to recognize sub folders, so make sure you copy everything directly to the My Music directory and not the one under it.

Now the card is ready, you have to tell the phone to use your card memory and not its internal memory for these items. Go to Menu 9 Settings and Tools. Then menu 9 Memory. Then menu 1 Save Options. Pick Pictures, Video, and Sounds and set the phone to use Card memory for each.

Now you can import the music into the music player on the phone. Go to menu 5 Media Center. Menu 1 Music & tones. Menu 4 My Music. The music player should then Import yhour music into the player and it should now be playable.

(I think these accurately reflect what I did)

You can also go to 9 Settings, 9 Memory, 3 Card Memory, 4 My Music to view your music.





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THANK YOU SO MUCH been doing this for a week. Didn't know you had to format the card first thank you again j

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