I transfer songs to my 1 gig microSD card via VCast Music Manager. I hadn't really had any problems until now. After it has transferred a few songs it will freeze at like 98% of transferring a song. It seems to be completely random as a song that has given me trouble will later pose no problem at all after I've reformatted the card. If I try to access my songs on my phone after it has frozen mid-transfer, the phone will freeze. But if I take the card out of the phone, delete whatever file it had frozen on, I can listen to the rest of the songs on my phone without a problem. I just hate only being able to have like 30 songs on my card, especially when before I would put 200+ songs on it. And formatting the card so much is getting old. Do I just need a new SD card? (This one is less than a year old) Or is the problem with the phone or computer software? I appreciate any help you can offer. Thank you very much,
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according to motorola, this phone has bluetooth and micro SD card slot. if you have computer with bluetooth, then you can pair the computer and phone and simply send music files wirelessly via bluetooth. if you dont have bluetooth, then you can buy a cheap usb bluetooth adapter from ebay and have a bluetooth enabled computer, then follow above step.
if you have SD card slot on your computer then you can get a SD card to micro SD card slot adapter from ebay or elsewhere, where you can simply put music on then card from pc and then transfer the card to the phone.
here is the phone manual.for safety read the whole manual. p.55 for music and p.79 for bluetooth instructions.
As far as downloading songs with the internet, yes, VCast is your only choice for Verizon.
However, you are free to sideload your .mp3 formatted files from your computer to your phone via a microSD card, or data cable, no matter where they came from.
If you're going to use a memory card, you'll need to insert it into the phone and format it (its under Menu > Settings > Memory usually). Then make sure that you only load the files into the music folder for them to work.
The bottom half of the phone has a rectangular indentation with a metal port on the left end of it; slide your microSD card face-up into that slot.
Replace the back of your phone, making sure that the little tabs on the side of the backing clip into your phone.
Your phone should automatically detect and format the card, but you might have to restart it first by holding down the "End Call" button until it shuts off, then hitting it again to turn it on.
2) How to download music from Windows Media Player to SD card
Find a USB cable that has a male microUSB end to it; the two ends will look like this: (click link). You should be able to find this at RadioShack, Walmart, Best Buy, Staples, etc.
Plug the USB end into your computer and the microUSB end into your V750. The first time you do this, Windows will probably have to set it up as new hardware; just wait until it says that your hardware is "Installed and ready to use." (You may even get an Auto-Play menu giving you the option to Sync with Windows Media Player; if so, choose this option.)
Open up Windows Media Player (WMP) on your computer.
On your V750, go to "MENU" -> "MEDIA CENTER" -> "MUSIC & TONES" -> "Sync Music".
Wait for your phone to set itself up with WMP; it'll be ready when the phone's screen says "Connected." WMP should automatically switch over to the "Sync" tab with your phone (and the amount of space used/available on the microSD card) represented in an area on the right side of the screen.
From here, it's a simple matter of dragging and dropping songs (single songs or whole collections by album, artist, genre, etc) into the phone area. Just keep an idea on the space indicator to make sure that you're not loading too many songs for the microSD card to hold.
When you're done picking songs, just hit the "Start Sync" button at the bottom of the sync list. All of the songs will be transferred over to your phone, and you can watch the progress either on your phone's screen or the WMP Sync screen. You'll know it's done when the V750's screen just says "Connected" again.
Like the instructions on the phone say, press either "CLR" or the "End Call" button to exit the media player, then unplug the cable. Your songs are now loaded onto your phone.
If you buy an SD card for your phone, you can put it in your computer, transfer the songs you want over, and then put it in your phone. The music still plays through VCAST, but you don't have to pay. :]
You need to have a micro SD card in order for it to hold more than 12 songs. If you dont you have to use Vcast from Verizon to download them to your phone with the cables provided from the music package.
Vcast will only find certain types of files. It will not recognize many formats that you may be using. I'm assuming this is the problem here... If you can find the songs you want to have on the phone you can then convert them to MP3 with a converter and place it where the Vcast software and then it should work.
figured it out. turns out my cheesy 1 gig sndisk memory card in my voyager is a bit too cheesy for the phone. took the disk out, tried to get into my music , worked fine. the guys at the verizon store told me it could also be that the voyager would rather have mp3 files than wma files, and it crashed it with the first wma i tried to sync. who knows. either way, for all you voyager users out there, i would really suggest spending the extra money on a high end 4 gig or more memory card for your phone, because as the verizon people said, these phones are "so sick", that the cheesy stuff messes with the software..
If you are in the UK, go to the carphone warehouse. If you are anywhere in America ect, go to any phone shop and ask for Motorola Phone Tools Version 4.0 for your PC. Install the package and upload Via the software program. The package contains a USB lead and the CD for £10 in England. Prices may vary in different countrys.