LG UX565 will not recognize MP3 files that other phones will.
I purchased a 4 G micro SD card for my new phone (UX565). Quick start instruction say that I have to have a card and a USB cable to download MP3 files to my phone. In the Manual there is a section that says if I have a card reader, the USB cable is not necessary. I have sandisk equipment. Files record on to the chip and will play on other phones, but my phones will not even recognize the file on the chip. Whats up with this?
Re: LG UX565 will not recognize MP3 files that other...
You don't need a USB cable. I had the same problem. Go to settings - memory - save options, and make sure card memory is checked under all of the options because if it's checked as phone memory it won't read anything on the card. That's what happened with mine.
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Using your Samsung galaxy phone you can follow these simple instructions: 1. Attach your digital phone to your PC using a USB cable. 2.Check if your computer recognizes the phone as a memory device by clicking on "My Computer" on you PC. See if it has been assigned a drive letter. This will give you access to the memory on your micro SD card. 3.Drag and drop data to the memory card by clicking on the data and moving it to the drive letter assigned to your phone. You can also right-click on anything you want to save. Click on "Save As" and save the file to the drive. 4.Access the data on your memory card using the "Tools" menu on the phone.
Another option is that if you are using a microd sd card reader. You can follow these steps:
1.Purchase a micro SD card adapter, which will allow you to insert the smaller card into SD card readers and computers. Many of the newer phones come with the adapter.
2. Insert the micro SD card and adapter into the card reader. Make sure your computer recognizes by accessing "My Computer" on your PC and clicking on the drive letter associated with your card reader.
3.Drag and drop videos or other data to the drive containing the micro SD card. Or right-click on anything you want to save, and then click on "Save As." Save the file to the correct drive.
4.Pop the memory card into your digital phone. Access it using the "Tools" menu on the phone.
HI blaznblasian in this case you should use quick format for the kingston micro sd card. the file system is to move information off the phone. Verizon uses scan disc with most of it phones. This is all a personal choice now.
I speant Hours swearing at my phone because it would not read my music
files, Tried the card on many different phones which would take Micro SD
and all other phones read the music Just not the LG KC550.
I found that getting a Micro SD dongle reader, Insterting your 2GB Micro
sd card in that and then putting your music files into the "sounds"
1. Insert Micro SD card into Card reader.
2. Insert card Reader to Computer Via USB.
3. Go to my computer and Open the USB Card reader.
4. Select the Music files from your pc Via Copy files
5. Go to open Tab (Where you can see your Micro Sd card) Open the sounds
folder and Paste.
If you are finding it hard to get the 5 folders of images, Documents,
Sounds, others and Videos on your Micro SD card. Format the card by
going My computer, Right click the Card reader (with you Micro sd card
inserted) and click format. Takes a few seconds. Insert the card into
the phone, the phone will auto put the folders on the card. Then go to
step 1 (above) and start again.
kk to add music make sure you syn the phone and the cp do the data and all then put .mp3 on all the media files and see if it works. Then if that doesnt go to computor format the card and then put it in the phone. Otherwise you need new stuff.
This was tricky, but I was able to get MP3 files recognized on my daugter's phone.
First, the MicroSD card needs to be formatted by the phone. The phone requres a special directory structure to be created. You may be able to do this manually, but I did it by letting the phone initialize the card. To do this, insert the MicroSD card. Make sure you push it all the way in.
Go to Menu 9 Settings and Tools. Then menu 9 Memory. Then menu 3 Card Memory. The phone should recognize the card and initialize it by creating the special directories for My Music, My Videos, My Sounds, etc.
Then put the card into your PC and copy your MP3 files to the My Music directory on the card. I could not get the phone to recognize sub folders, so make sure you copy everything directly to the My Music directory and not the one under it.
Now the card is ready, you have to tell the phone to use your card memory and not its internal memory for these items. Go to Menu 9 Settings and Tools. Then menu 9 Memory. Then menu 1 Save Options. Pick Pictures, Video, and Sounds and set the phone to use Card memory for each.
Now you can import the music into the music player on the phone. Go to menu 5 Media Center. Menu 1 Music & tones. Menu 4 My Music. The music player should then Import yhour music into the player and it should now be playable.
(I think these accurately reflect what I did)
You can also go to 9 Settings, 9 Memory, 3 Card Memory, 4 My Music to view your music.
Yes, Brother there is one probability that your sd is formatted in fat-32 file system. For that i would like to say phone can only read FAT not FAT-32. Go to my computer, select sd drive properties and format it with FAT file system. Then load the files and you will be able to see it in your phone. If it works don't forget to vote here. For any proble contact me firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
I have found that mine didn't recognize songs if the name of the song was too long. Try going into Windows explorer (with the micro sd card in the computer) and rename at least one of the songs as a test. If that song is recognized by the phone, go back and shorten the names on the rest of the card. Good luck!