You need comunications manager and settings from www.motorola.com to make sure you have the same settings on your phone aswell as computer the settings will mach your system wether it be xp 98 me or 2000 there are ulso plugins for vista now
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1. Attach your USB cable to the Phone and Computer. 2. Navigate your computer, to find the phone. It generally appears as a USB stick or Ext HD would. 3. Within your Phone there will be several folders. One will say music. 4. You can copy music (MP3 format) to and from your phone this way.
When you bought the Voyager, you should have gotten a USB cable to connect the Voyager to a computer. If not, you'll need to purchase one. NOTE: the USB cable needed has a standard USB connector on one end, but the other connector has to fit the Voyager (same place the charger plugs in at). Verizon sells the USB cords for the Voyager.
Your other choice is to get a MicroSD memory card, put it in the Voyager (place on the side to insert it), then put your music on pictures on the card, then take out the card and put it in your computers memory card reader, if it has one.
im sure your phone has a memory slot.
So i suggest you to get a memory card for your phone and tranfer the music from your computer to it then put it in the phone. or use bluetooth, if your computer has bluetooth well you can transfer it easily. but if it doesnt u only can transfer the music from another phone to your phone via bluetooh.
I hope this will help
I went back to the US Cellular store and presented the problem to the salesman that sold me the phone. He said that I needed to remove the memory card and put it in a card reader and transfer the music files to the card through the card reader. My Gateway desktop has a card reader and I transferred the music files to the card and then to My Music folder under My computer and it worked. Strange to have to do it this way but it works.
I HAVE THIS MOTOSLVR L7... WHEN I OPEN THE GAMES/APPS IT APPEARS "NO INSTALLED MIDLET SUITES" BUT WHEN I INSTALL JAVE APPS SOME APPLICATION CAN BE USED... BUT IF I TRY TO GO TO MY PHONE MEMORY FROM THE GAMES/APPS IT APPEAR "NO MIDLET SUITES INSTALLED" CAN U HELP ME FIXED MY PROBLEM WITH THE MIDLET SUITES... CAN U SHOW ME THE STEP BY STEP PROCESS IN PROPER INTALLING THE MIDLET SUITES FOR MY MOTOROLA SLVR L7..
Have you set your memory card as the default connection? If not then go to your phones settings menu and select the connectivity option. Then select USB settings. Next select memory card as your default connection. Ok now your default connection is set so plug the USB adaptor into your computer then into the phone. If the computer does not automatically detect the phone open the computers control panel and select add hardware. Follow the promps in the wizard. It should come up as USB mass storage device. Once your device is recognized there are a couple of different ways to get music stored on your memory card. First is to have whatever media player is on your computer to detect your device. Then put the songs you want to tranfer into the sync list. Once you have done that click start sync and it will copy them to your phone. If the first option is not an option then onto the next. Second is to click on my computer and select the drive letter that represents your phone(mass storage device). Once that is open select the file where your music is stored and highlite the files to transfer. Once you have the files highlited drag and drop them into the window for your phone. The files should start to transfer at that point. Wait for the tranfer to complete then disconnect the USB from your phone. Open the digital audio player on your phone. It should say "updating music directory" then main menu once it is finished updating. Scroll down and select songs you should now see a list of songs. Select what you want to hear and enjoy. The first is the easiest and best way to go. The second is not hard but is more bothersome. Hope this helps.