Question about LG Prada KE850 Cellular Phone
When i download music onto my phone and then i go to play it,it says format not supported and i don't no how to solve it.? But also on other music it works perfectly???
the best way to put music into the mp3 player is by using windows media player 10, click on sync and put all the songs you want in the sync list then click on start sync and it should sync properly without any problems.
Posted on Jan 24, 2008
If you downloaded your music from the internet, you can go to your cell phone provider internet account a re-download again into your cell phone. Customer service can guide you thru.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
SOURCE: cant get music
I have this nasty little player too, and it has caused a lot of grief including suddenly zapping all the files I'd put on it inluding the stuff that Laser pre-loaded into it. Be warned, this player is very prone to errors so it can't be relied on.
If it is under warranty you can take it back. Otherwise you will probably have to look at reformatting the player. Not a big job, but before you do this, copy everything off it onto your hard drive.
Reformat by connecting the player to your computer and finding it under My Computer. Right-click on it's name, and select 'Format'.
Format it in Fat32 which will probably be shown as the default in the Format window.
When it's finished you should be able to reload the player with a bit of music, then disconnect the player and test to see if all is ok.
Laser have a website if you google it, and a simple Faq. Writing to them about the problems with the player and seeking some solution brought no response for us. Good luck. When it's working you can forgive it the grief it causes.
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
SOURCE: MP3 formating
Here's what you want to do. Use Windows Media Player to re-Rip the CD's in Mp3 format. Go to Windows Media Player 11 --> Rip --> Rip Options --> Format --> Mp3 (you can get to Rip options by moving the mouse over the Rip tab, and a small black arrow will appear - click on the arrow).
Once the songs are in true mp3 format, you can then use the Sync tab in Windows Media Player to transfer the songs.
Unfortunately, many of the newer Philips players do not recognize DRM-encryption, which is why the songs would have worked in one player and not this one.
You have to get Rhapsody's Mp3 only service - I repeat, MP3 ONLY. No other level of Rhapsody service will work with the newer Philips' GoGear's - which is funny, b/c Philips co-branded with Rhapsody on the newer players. Rhapsody is not your only choice, but you must ensure that the files you are downloading are in Mp3 format.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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