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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: G600 SD Card Support
Firstly, ensure that the memory card is correctly slotted in fully until you hear a faint click. [the card can be removed by simply pressing/clicking it back out again]. the memory card icon should appear at the very top of the phone's screen.
In the event that you have done that, to save files to the memory card, go to:
Then select which items you wish to be saved to the memory card in future;
For example, select 'Camera', then scroll down to and select 'memory card', and press save.
Do this for each form of media, from the 'default memory' list, that you wish to save to the memory card.
Hope it helps!
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
SOURCE: need help with my micro sd card!
What format are the songs you have on your memory card? What format does your phone support for Ringtones??? Likelihood is the phone doesnt support ringtones in the audio format your trying to set, thus when your going for them it wont see any available ringtones
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
There's a couple of reasons why this won't work. One, the MicroSD card is only for storage of music and other data, while your ringtones are stored on the phone itself. Secondly, your phone does not use .mp3 formatted files for ringtones.
You'll need software and a data cable to create ringtones using .mp3s to convert the song (and slice it) to where it can be used as a ringtone, and the data cable will allow you to store it on the phone where it can be accessed as a ringtone.
Susteen (susteen.com) offers datapilot software that can do this, and there are others who will as well.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
SOURCE: lg lx260
If you don't move your pictures and media to the memory card, you haven't actually changed the memory situation on your phone. Go into your albums and move them (not copy) over to the media card, and try again.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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