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i got this problem solved just when i got the problem
all you have to do is remove your memory card for a moment
then you have acsess to media finder..
then open your picture file and slowly put your memory card ....
then you may delete some of the picture songs or videos
that don`t like anymore...
You have different options to use to put music on your phone.You could download songs from the internet directly to your phone or you could collect songs on your phone from another phone,laptop or system.Through a phone all you need to do is to put on your bluetooth and transfer,but through the system or laptop you could use the bluetooth too or you could use a usb cable to transfer songs.
I went to the Motorola website and pulled up information on the RAZR V-3i, and it does have a memory card slot to add more storage. Look on the top of the phone for a little plastic cover that you can flip out with a thumb nail. It should say Micro SD on the cover. Since your RAZR is like my ROKR (they are nearly identical on most functions except for yours is a flip phone, and mine is a slider) you can insert a micro SD card with the copper electrodes facing downward toward the front. Your manual will probably specify up to a Lexar 2 GB (giga byte) memory card. I have about 36 hours worth of music stored on mine, and still have room for a few pictures to download later. The manual should walk you through transfering file from internal memory to external memory. Sorry about the jerks out there.