How to download video to the LG enV VX9900 using my PC ?
[quote] if you use Active sync to transfer files, just go to my computer -> my mobile device (while connected) -> preferably storage card -> movie folder? -> copy the file from your pc and paste it here.
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Thanks alot! Comment by Ekse, posted on Apr 02, 2008 the movie might need to be changed into another format to run smoothly.[/Quote]
I tryed everything above. There is only a music file on my Cell Phome.
I tryed ading another file. I tryed download a video and this is the message that I received >>> The File--------- is not supported on this devive. This device can only accept Image, audion, Audio Album and Folder Files.
What Im doing wrong Please help...
Re: How to download video to the LG enV VX9900 using my...
You Cannot Active Sync Videos And Pictures To The Lg enV (vx9900), To The Best Of My Knowledge. The Reason Is That The Folder That Active Sync Puts The Files In Is The Wrong File, What You Are Gonna Need To Do Is Get A Micro SD Card And Download A Free Video Editing Program Called "Super," Just Google It And You Should Find Something, The Next Part Is To Install And Open The Super Program At This Forum (http://cellphoneforums.net/lg-env/t250088-convert-put-videos-your-env-lg-vx9900.html) You Should Find Some Good Settings For Video's, Its What I Use, After The Setting Are All Finalized Click The Encode Button, After The Video Is Encoded The File Should Be Saved In C:/program files/eRightsoft/Super/Output/(File name). I Recommend Having A sd Card Writer, Thats The Only Way I Know To Do It, Then Copy The File In The Output Folder And Paste It To The Folder Named my_flix In Whatever Drive The SD Card Is. You Should Have A Video With Some Pretty Good Picture Qualities, Hope I Helped XD
Re: How to download video to the LG enV VX9900 using my...
Here's the way I have done it - I bought a USB dongle that accepts microSD cards from Radio Shack for about $10. I put my phone's card into the dongle and plugged it into my laptop's usb port. (Make use that you have previously had your card in the phone so it gets formatted correctly). You see a number of subdirectories, all self-explanatory. I believe the 'my flix' directory is the one for movies. Just drag the movie into the my flix folder, remove the card from your PC and put it back into your phone. Before you copy the movie, you must convert it to a format that your phone can play. I downloaded the freeware "Pazera_Free_Video_to_3GP_Converter" and converted the movies to the .3g2 format that the phone accepts. The results were acceptable - you may be able to find better conversion software.
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you need a micro sd card. when you connect your usb cord to your computer the phone will prompt you with a screen that says USB Connection Modr. Select "USB Mass Storage" and click yes again to continue.
From this point you will search for your drive under "My Computer" and drag and drop files. Hope this helps!
1st - Place the SD card in the phone. 2nd - Adjust the setting to save Pictures, Video, Music to the SD card by going to Settings and tools > Memory > Save Options. 3rd. Remove the SD card from the phone and connect to PC. Now on the PC you will see the phone has created folders for you "Music". 4th - Drag your music files into the correct folders (ie music, pictures, etc). 5th Place SD card back in LG Envy 2 and enjoy the music.
I was having this problem as well, but solved it.
I, like others decided to just buy a USB cable for my VX9900 and use Windows Media Player for sync'ing. (I also have the Verizon Essentials program that I downloaded, but I like WMP better. No particular reason).
I was getting the installation messages and as soon as the MTP message came up, I got the "problem" message and it didn't sync.
What I did when I got the cable was to run the CD drivers that came with my cable. That may have been my mistake. I was bothered that the date of my driver was in 2005 since the phone came out late in 2006. So I looked at the name of the driver and it was something like C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\LGUSBDriver.xxx whatever... I went to my device manager and uninstalled the driver. I went to the C:\Program Files\ and deleted the LG USBDrivers folder. I went to the Windows/system32/drivers folder and there were three LG*.* files I deleted them. The next time I plugged the phone in and set it to sync, it worked. It's late and night and I may not have typed this really clearly, so feel free to contact me at bill (at) halfamind.com (because a half a mind is still a terrible thing to waste).
You may also need the verizon music sync package for that phone, it comes with a cable to connect it to the P.C. The CD will have a program that syncs music. Just install it because the drivers are built into the software and you have to have it installed in order to use the drivers. Once this is installed, download BITPIM ( google it, its free ) or find some other converter program that can convert to 3gpp files for you, then you can creat and add music, ringtones and pictures and convert video file onto the phone for free.
Remember to have the verizon software installed or the PC wont be able to detect your phone.
I believe the card is formatted incorrectly, this sometimes occurs when the new OS doesn't recognize the old files and sort of "partitions" them off to the side instead of deleting them.
You can try reformatting using the enV again or (if you still have the old phone) put the card back in it and delete the other files from there. Otherwise you can probably format it using your computer, seeing as you have a connection between the phone and the computer.
Since no one has answered this yet and I found a solution, I minus well help the people out there. This is how I do it: 1) go to menu 2) go to tools 3) go to USB Mass Storage This will allow your computer to recognize your phone/card and will open it. I highly recommend transferring all your photos and video to your card instead of your phone memory. This is how you transfer it from your phone to your card: 1) go to menu 2) go to settings 3) go to memory from here you can gain access to what is on your phone memory and your card memory. From this you can edit where you want to save your pics/videos/sounds to (either phone or card memory) and transfer your media files from your phone to your card or vise versa.