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My comuter won't recognize my motorola ve 240

I hooked ut up with usb. I set the phone to mass storage. I format the memory card. but for some resond my vista opperateing system dose not read it. I tried sync with media player media player dose not see it either. I'm tring to use the mp3 payer but all I can do is charge it motorola ve240 hw6 sjug5060aa

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  • babycuz Mar 08, 2009

    my motorola ve 240 is not being read when i try 2 sync it with my computer windows media its a phone with mp3 i have a 1 gb memory chip

  • andyatc Mar 14, 2009

    Tried to sync my 2g mem card every which way. No go 4 me either

  • coldernu Mar 17, 2009

    i have the same prob in Linux, and windows. neither moto4lin or Motorola's own software work to read it. RSD Lite works to read it however I cannot use that to do anything but flash/flex.

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2009

    My pc won't sync music to the motorola ve 240. No metro pcs tech has yet to be able to tell me how to solve the problem. I've had the phone since november and still have not downloaded one song bec this won't work and I don't want to pay for them at $3/song on mobile web. If you go to messages to send a message the phone will allow you to record a song from live voice or radio and it will store them on the sd card. And the sound quality is very poor as well. The metro pcs techs told me the phone would work with windows media player but it won't. And don't try using rhapsody with the phone bec that won't work either. When you go to download drivers on motorola's website this phone isn't listed for driver availability. The ones that are available have agreement terms. The terms say that motorola is not responsible if you lose data on your phone from using the driver software they offer. Looks to me like our options are poor quality music from the method I described or $3/song by mobile web.

  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2009

    it charges my phones and wont sync

  • playaq2007 Apr 04, 2009

    its only charges my ve240 an wont sync

  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    WTF? I cant either!

  • Anonymous May 16, 2009

    metro pcs??

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I use the memory card with out the phone and open the folder for it. Then i just drag my songs into the music folder that way. It works with pictures as well

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Hook it up then go to my computer, in the stat menu, go to removable device, also open a new folder, then drag and drop the music into the folder, then drag and drop into the new device folder

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