I purchased my son this phone.. which he loves..back in October of 2007 through t-mobile. Sometime in November he noticed that the screen was getting lines running through it. He didn't tell me about it until the screen was completely "fuzzed out". It's like a tv screen that won't come in clear, you can see enough.. but it won't come in clear. I haven't called t-mobile yet, I was just wondering if there was something we could try at home first.
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You can get songs on your phone in two ways,
Either Purchase online, or you can use a USB Data Cable
connect to your phone,
(Note when you connect your phone, shut down the motorola phone tools after it starts, this will simplify the process)
If you have your Motorola Z3 Drivers installed you plug in your
phone, you will see a notice that a new Flash Drive or USB mass Storage device is connected.
Open My Computer, then go to the folder containing the music you would like to install on you phone.
Now open a second My Computer Screen and select the Drive Letter that represents your phone, this should be the highest letter alphabetically.
Open the "mobile" folder, then inside that folder you open the audio folder. this is the folder you install your music to. Just drag the mp3 format music from your source folder to the audio folder. wait till the
copies are completed. then go to the bottom right of your screen down by the clock, and click on the little green arrow and Safely remove your device. click stop on the mass storage device..