Question about LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone
It's quite simple. First search for a microSD slot, the logo on it should look similar to:
After you locate it, open it to see if it currently has one in it. If it does, great! Buy an adapter for your computer to read MicroSD and just put the music files under that card under the "MUSIC" folder.
If not, then you have three options:
1. Purchase a card. This is by far the best method and I highly suggest this. It's a MicroSD card, get at least 1gb stick and you'll be fine for a while.
2. Connect it to the computer. Most LG phones come with software to transfer music onto your cellphone. You may need to purchase a connection cable though, talk to your local cellphone company's store about it.
3. Send the music as an MMS! This is the least perfered method, but it works for small files. Upload your music as an attachment in your email. Depending on which carrier you have, the address may be different, but (assuming you're using AT&T) your addres will be:
The number 123-123-1234 would be:
Posted on May 21, 2009
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