The V-cast software should come preinstalled on a Verizon phone. You will need a micro SD card (around $10-$20 with adapter), go with something like the Lexar the fewer extra parts the better. next you will need a stereo headset Radio Shack or Wal-mart are you best bet, avoid buying items directly from the Verizon or any other cellular phone store, the mark up on items is outrageous. You can either go with a wired headset ($10- $30)or if yo uhave the cash and like to show off you can get a stereo blue-tooth headset starting at around $75. Once you have a card format it with you phone, next plug the card into you PC and transfer songs into the "My Music" folder. Put the card back into you phone, let it update the menu, and your ready to rock out.
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plug USB cables into phone & PC, open the phone and see "USB config" 'Mass Storage' or 'Com port'. highlight 'Mass Storage' and 'OK', PC will recognize the phone as removeable drive 'x' usually 'e'. there will be different folders for music, photos, etc, use the removeable drive like any other drive to xfer files between the phone and the PC.......
there are two ways to upload music to your phone ;
1) connect ur to ur pc using the data cable and u can transfer files from ur pc to ur phone .
2) if ur phone supports external memmory card the u can get a usb device called card reader and use it to transfer the file from ur pc to ur memmory card and the u can load it to ur phone and enjoy ur music.
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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.
[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.
By default, all of the pictures you take with the camera on the phone get saved to the microSD card inserted in the slot. There are two ways you can get the photos (and other data) off the card.
1. Using the USB cable that came with the phone, plug it in your computer. Then, tap the main menu, go to settings (the last tab) and then click 'USB Mode'. There, click USB Mass Storage, and your microSD card will be read by your computer.
2. Remove the microSD card (taking off the back panel and pushing down on the microSD card gently; the card will spring out). Insert the card in a card reader and voila. :)
You can then transfer photos to and from your phone (well... actually memory card :P)
Downloaded music directly from my PC (not a cable) to an SD Micro Card initially. It worled perfectly until I decided to change the mix. When I wanted to change the music mix, I deleted music on the card (again using my PC) and attempted to re-sync. Music is on the SD Micro Card, but will not load to the phone.
If your problem is transferring files between PC and SGH-L700, you have 3 options: USB cable (which you don't have), bluetooth connection and memory card.
If your PC has a bluetooth adapter, it's very easy: Just open both devices' bluetooth visibility, set a passkey for communication between them, then transfer the files in your phone using bluetooth.
The last option is, saving the data on your phone to the memory card (MicroSD) then inserting it to your PC using a simple (and very cheap) card reader. You can then transfer files between your two devices.
I went back to the US Cellular store and presented the problem to the salesman that sold me the phone. He said that I needed to remove the memory card and put it in a card reader and transfer the music files to the card through the card reader. My Gateway desktop has a card reader and I transferred the music files to the card and then to My Music folder under My computer and it worked. Strange to have to do it this way but it works.
on windows xp: 1 in start menue right click my computer, 2 click hardware tab, 3 go to device manager, 4 to find the correct device you will need to unplug the device and watch what device is removed in device manager, 5 plug the cable back to your phone, 6 open the device, 7 click update driver and xp will do the rest. this will allow you to access the memory card in the phone.