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you can find one at alltel.com, enter your zip code, click on support, click on step by step, then choose your phone type. * you will need to have pop up blocker disabled for abit to get it to come up*, after it comes up will give you step by step instructions for everything and also the link to the user manual link in pdf format
You should be able to take it to Alltel or Verizon and they can pull the information out of it possibly. If screen works, you can go to the apps and use mighty backup(call representative for instructions).
Simple solution, Alltel belives and enforces digital copyright management, while you can listen to your favorite tones and music, you will NOT be able to use them as ringtones, or use them with any of the features of the phone other then playing the tunes for entertainment. The only way to use files as ringtones is to purchase the files from alltel, or use their realtone jukebox, etc.
have the newest version of bitpim make sure you have the drivers for the USB cable you are using. open bitpim let it find the phone(it will come up as other CDMA phone) click FILESYSTEM on the left at the bottom expand the folder click dload right click on lg_mysound.dat and save it to your desktop after you save it right click lg_mysound.dat in bitpim and delete it now click brew click media click lk click ms
now drop the songs you want to use as ringers in this file. they will automaticlly load into your phone. it isnt the fastest process but it works.
after they are done loading onto the phone, unhook USB cable from computer, power the phone off and then back on.
the items you just transferred with now be in the my audio file where they need to be to assign them for individual ringers.
everytime you wnat to add new ringers to the phone you have to complete all the steps above, even the deleting that one certain file. not a very hard process and has worked well for me.
good luck and happy mp3 loading songs into the phone as ringers.
check how much memory is on the chip, if the memory chip is showing used memory then somethings wrong cuz it aint showing the songs. also when you were on media player did you drag the songs you wanted into the right coluumn and then sync. if you did then call for help or go to place of purchase
To get the memory card out simply push it "inward" and quickly release it. It will pop out but very little. Grab it and pull it out.
When pairing your blue tooth devices. Make sure both batteries are fully charged and they are both on. Put them both in close proximity a few inches apart. Read the instructions for pairing on the other device too (not the phone). Then follow the instructions for the phone as you did and after the password part allow them to "pair" it might take a few minutes. The phone will tell you when its done.