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Re: the muziq by lg
You cannot just bring your MP3's onto your phone and use them as ringtones.
What I have done in the past is taken a file as a MP3 and found a program on the internet (google will help you find one) to convert it to a .wma file. You can then send that as a pix message to your via e-mail. Once it is on your phone you can through the message save file as a ringtone.
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You need to copy all your files from your memory card onto your pc, then format the memory card in the phone using them menu. Then copy all of your files back into the correct folders that the phone has created on your memory card.
Believe it or not, a lot of the older phones (an even the newer phones) will not support the 8GB memory card. Most of the phones on the market that support 8GB cards are the smart phones and PDA's. There are a few standard phones that support it but not many. Unfortunately, the LG 550 is not one of them. :o/ You may need to take it back and exchange it for a smaller one. ~*~ Your Rating is Greatly Appreciated *~*
Same thing here. I put the card into the phone and then hooked phone up to the computer and it recognized it. If you're downloading songs for use as a walkman, the default setting for the card will work. I got the card to make my own ringtones and had to set it to 'mass storage' in order to drag my tones in. I found the program for downloading songs directly to the phone too confusing for me.
Instead of doing the sync music, try saving your music into your itunes account or on a flash drive. Than just plug your phone into the computer, click on settings, then tools, then USB mass storage. Open the file on your computer, than simply drag and drop your songs from the file on the computer or flash drive, into the phone's file folder. Drop it into your memory card on your phone or just in my music. (I personally recommend getting a micro SD card for the phone so you can hold more songs) good luck!
Try the last 4 digits of your cellphone number. if it doesn't work try 0000 and if that doesn't work, Call Sprint Tech support and have them flag your account for a PRL UPDATE and follow their instructions, when you get the PRL UPDATED, the lock code will be the last 4 digits of your cellphone number Hope this helps Let me know Thanks
Sprint did this intentionally. It was done in order to prevent trading copy righted material, to gain more money for sprint since you will have to buy their tones and what not. Also this was done to help prevent the spread of viruses. Your highspeed cellphone is more like a macro computer than you may think and they are succeptable to viruses as well. Do I think its trash, YES I DO. We should be able to use our phones as we choose, but this is what you have and why - Viruses and money......