Question about Motorola Mobility SLVR L7 Cellular Phone
Try iTunes Agent. It allows you to transfer iTunes music to non-Apple devices and mobile phone. Here is how:
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony ericsson w350 cell phone
You don't need the software to transfer music. I have the software but don't bother using it as it takes much longer to transfer files this way.
Just connect my your 350i to your computer using the USB cable. On your phone select "file transfer". Now, go to "My computer" and after 30 seconds your phone should appear as a removable drive, and you can drag & drop (or copy and paste files) into the music folder therein.
While in "file transfer" mode you cannot make or receive calls or texts, so be sure to disconnect as soon as your file transfer is complete. To do so, in my computer, right click the icon for your phone and select "eject".
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
The V-cast software should come preinstalled on a Verizon phone. You will need a micro SD card (around $10-$20 with adapter), go with something like the Lexar the fewer extra parts the better. next you will need a stereo headset Radio Shack or Wal-mart are you best bet, avoid buying items directly from the Verizon or any other cellular phone store, the mark up on items is outrageous. You can either go with a wired headset ($10- $30)or if yo uhave the cash and like to show off you can get a stereo blue-tooth headset starting at around $75. Once you have a card format it with you phone, next plug the card into you PC and transfer songs into the "My Music" folder. Put the card back into you phone, let it update the menu, and your ready to rock out.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
1) Install software and drivers on CD. (Use the default installer settings)
2) Run "LG PC Suite" by double clicking the icon on the desktop before connecting the phone.
3) Follow the software prompts until it says "connect the phone."
4) Once phone is connected (upper panel says "KF700 is ready," click on the contents icon to the right of this left panel. It will open a new window with an explorer like interface.
5) Cut/Copy & paste like in Windows Explorer.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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