Question about LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone
Hilite the song, go to options, and scroll to move and click that, then go to memory card and click that. i have moved all my music to my memory card.
Posted on May 19, 2009
Well, it depends on what you mean by downloading music to your memory card. Are you wanting to download it from your home computer or perhaps laptop? if so, the laptop is quite easy. I bought a "lexar" 4 gigabyte micro sd card (it came with the adapters, so no worries.) from walmart for about 13 dollars. You put the micro sd card into the sd card slot on your laptop and found out where it's located.(you could possibly bring it up and minimize it but i've never done such a thing.) Hopefully, you have limewire or frostwire, which is what i use, and the music is already downloaded to that shared folder. You can copy and paste, or even move, the music from the downloader that you use right onto the desktop. Select the songs you want and drag/drop them into your memory card folder and all the music will show up into the folder. Double check it after each song, for the first few times at least, to double check the folder being filled up. Then, after getting the music copied to your memory card, remove the adapter from your laptop and take the micro sd card out of the adapter, place into your phone and you have music. Another way i've put music onto my micro sd memory card, was using a Mac. Luckily, it's pretty user friendly in the sense of bluetoothing. You just turn on your phones' bluetooth, along with the Macs' bluetooth, search for devices on the Mac and once it finds your phones' name, it'll bluetooth the music straight over to your phone. it takes a total of 3 or 4 minutes each song, and that's just guesstimating. I'm sure the same process will work with any other computer but i've only tried it on my friends iMac. I know that my 3 year old laptop has the same bluetooth capabilites, i just haven't bothered to set it up yet. Hopefully, this answers your question.
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