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I have successfully used the Micro-SD card by removing it from the phone (Power the phone off first, please!), and inserting the micro-SD card into my PC card reader using an SD-Card adapater, which makes it appear as a Drive to my (WIndows) PC.
I then just copy music files into the "My Music" folder, and they show up when I put the card back into my phone.
I have also been successful using a USB cable, and then settting the phone to "Main Menu | Settings & Tools | Tools | USB Mass Storage" Then the phone looks like a disk on my computer, and again, I copy the files into the "My Music" folder on the micro-SD card while it's in the phone. Don't know if you can copy to internal phone memory in this method; I've never needed to try it.
A couple of things: I'm using ".m4a" files out of iTunes; I have also used ".mp3" files I've edited as ringtones, but I haven't tried ".wmp" files, so I don't know if it's a file format issue.
So are you successfully copying files to your phone and just not able to play them, or are you not able to even get them copied onto the phone?
Well first off you need two save your ringtones to the card and then plug the sd into your computer. The sound your trying to turn into a ringtone will need to blend in, meaning you will need to make sure its the same format as the other ringtones, and place it in the same folder.
you have to format the memory card first to the phone.. easiest way to do this is to take a picture from the phone and transfter it to the card...
at this point the card will now have folders associated with the phone on it..
if you put your sd card into your computer and see any files that are not in a "my_pix, my_flix, my_ringtones etc" folder, drag them to the appropriate folder and you will be able to access them through the phone
so if you wanted to do ringtones drag the music into the ringtones folder. if you wanted music drag it to the music folder
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
You have to go into the "My Audios" folder on the phone to access the card tunes. (Menu > 4(Multimedia) > 6(Audios)) for a shortcut. Once you are in the folder, move the highlight to the song you want as a ring tone. Now hit (Options > 6(Move/Copy) > 1(Move)). Now the little icon by the song will be a picture of a speaker without a memory card in front of it. (If it has a memory card icon, it is still on the card) It is on the phone's internal memory now so you can push (Options > Set As > Ringtone/Ringer ID/Message Alerts). You should be good to go!
Simple solution, Alltel belives and enforces digital copyright management, while you can listen to your favorite tones and music, you will NOT be able to use them as ringtones, or use them with any of the features of the phone other then playing the tunes for entertainment. The only way to use files as ringtones is to purchase the files from alltel, or use their realtone jukebox, etc.
You can but the file needs to be labeled My Ringtones. If you have tones in the ringtone folder and its still not working check the size and format of the tones, windows mobile 6 was only designed to accept tones under 320k and in .mp3 or .wav formats.
have the newest version of bitpim make sure you have the drivers for the USB cable you are using. open bitpim let it find the phone(it will come up as other CDMA phone) click FILESYSTEM on the left at the bottom expand the folder click dload right click on lg_mysound.dat and save it to your desktop after you save it right click lg_mysound.dat in bitpim and delete it now click brew click media click lk click ms
now drop the songs you want to use as ringers in this file. they will automaticlly load into your phone. it isnt the fastest process but it works.
after they are done loading onto the phone, unhook USB cable from computer, power the phone off and then back on.
the items you just transferred with now be in the my audio file where they need to be to assign them for individual ringers.
everytime you wnat to add new ringers to the phone you have to complete all the steps above, even the deleting that one certain file. not a very hard process and has worked well for me.
good luck and happy mp3 loading songs into the phone as ringers.
I can Help. First of all, dont pay a cent to verizon, i have had issues with them for a while about overcharges. Anyway...
Download a program called " Bitpim " Its free, or " ImTOO3gp " i got IMToo3gp from " the pirate Bay . com, using a bit torrent, the bitpim is from a site that downloads straight to P.C.
Hook your phone to your P.C. Via Cable. What i did is i bought the verizon package for there VCAST music sync. It has the P.C. Drivers for your phone but there built into the program so you have to install it, but dont actually use the program. once thats installed, hook the phone to the P.C. and you can use Bitpim to download all the data from your phone, the " ImToo3gpp also works but instead of hooking the phone, you take your Micro SD, put it in the bigger holder that should have come with it, get a USB media port that fits the SD card 9 got mine at wallmart for $13. once you connect it, it shows up as another drive on your P.C. like a Pin drive. Then you can covert the music and put the destination folder as the SD's music folder and the program automatically converts it. It pretty sweet and helpull. i was able to drop MP3's and i was able to make ringtones. You have to have a little working knowledge of converting files. The ringtones use MPEG 3 or 4 files and you have to put them in your " MY_SOUNDS" folder that the phone created on the Micro SD, dont drop them in the music folder or youll get ringtones playing in your songs list.
I was able to Make 3gpp2 Files of the ventuire brothers and have movies on my phone also but its tricky.