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connectn your mobile to computer with data cablee. they may have given one cd when u bought your mobile.. it contains drivers software.. then install it and then transfer songs. it will work. thank you
just conect one port of the cable to p c and other to phone.the taskbar of p c will show ur phone motorola razr v3 conected.than just go to my computer.there u will see "removeble disk".this is ur phones memory.just copy the music frm ur p c disk and paste into it.than just remove ur phone and u will get the music in ur phone.just enjoy it.
www.freeringer.net It's only 7.99 a year, and you can download pictures and ringtones, it gives you a free program to turn any mp3 song off your computer or cd into a ringtone. I love this website, I have been using it since 2005.
One way to to put music on your phone, is by using a memory card. The Micro sd cards come with an adapter that allows you to insert it in a card reader slot. Then simply copy music into the Music folder on the card. The cards I have purchased already had music and picture folders established on them.
first you have to install motorola tolls cd you can find with the package of your motorola acsseries like charger headphone etc when you find the cd you put to your pc and install the software it helps to connect your pc and handset ,
If you are in the UK, go to the carphone warehouse. If you are anywhere in America ect, go to any phone shop and ask for Motorola Phone Tools Version 4.0 for your PC. Install the package and upload Via the software program. The package contains a USB lead and the CD for £10 in England. Prices may vary in different countrys.