Question about LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone
I've had the phone for 4 mos. and have discovered that it is EXTREMELY limited in terms of texting memory and number of text messages. Apparently, the phone memory dedicated to texting is limited to about 30 meg. (about 150 messages including sent and drafts). Buying a memory card didn't help apparently because the phone won't allow me to save or transfer text messages to the card or to my PC. This means that you not only have to delete all of your messages every few weeks but you can never save any of them. If you're like me and text a lot (and need to save some of them) stay far away from this phone which is technologically set in 1994.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2014
Okay, I will try to help you. On your telephones main screen, where there are all of the icons, tap the first icon, the one with 4 dots, then, on the next screen, tap the 3rd icon, and you should see two files, one says OTHER FILES and the other file is MEMORY CARD. If you see this, then we know your phone is recognizing the memory card. Yes, then proceed. If not, then it could be your memory card is defective, not configured properly or any myriad of other problems I have no clue how to fix....
Let us proceed....
back out all the way to the main screen we started from. lets try to copy and paste. Tap the 4-dots icon again, and then tap the third icon on the next menu. Then, tap the audio and ringtones icon. Try to select one of the ringtones and then, tap options. You should see copy, tap that choice, and a screen should pop up asking you handset memory or memory card. Here is where you choose to save it to the memory card, then, highlight that choice and then hit okay. It will take you to memory card folders, tap wichever folder you like and then, at the right hand bottom you will see paste. tap that, and it will paste it to the folder you chose. This is how you can also save texts I guess, as I never used that feature, and I would think that on your memory card you only need to make a folder named texts and then copy and paste them to this folder. Try it and let me know if it works for you, if not I will try to help again. Hope this helps!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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