Question about LG enV2 EnV-2 VX-9100 VX9100 Premium Pink Magenta Silicone Rubber Skin Case Cover
The age-old question... Does anyone know of a way to transfer music to the LG enV2 from a computer, W1nd0z3 or Linux? When I try it with BitPIM in a Debian distro (Mint 7, "Gloria", which is friggin' AWESOME! Highly recommended!), it does not recognize the phone. I have not tried any other Linux program... In W1nd0z3, I tried w/WMP, and it said it transferred fine, but it did not show up on the phone when I looked there, at least not in "My Music". The status bar showed up in the phone as well during the transfer...so where'd it go? I have DataPileOf&%^$ (Data Pilot...lol), and to my dismay, it does not have an option to actually transfer music. I did however transfer a song as a ringtone, but I want to be able to manage music in the phone by way of a playlist, etc., so can I at least maybe xfer the music as ringtones and somehow move them into the My Music directory in the phone? It would have been nice if the phone just showed up as a mass storage device with a UFS...
The easiest way is to put the songs on a sd card in mp3 form then put the card in the phone and they should be there in my music. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The correct way to set up the VX9100 is to connect it with a USB cable to your computer. close what pops up on your computer and what pops up on your phone. these will both mess you up. connect the phone like you were going to charge it on your computer, BitPIM should now be able to recognize your EnV2. if not, the only thing you need from there is the USB driver which can be found at http://www.lg-phones.org/lg-env2-vx9100-drivers-download.html that should be about it. after that the BitPim readme is pretty useful once you get it working. good tips
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