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I have a motorola a455 phone. I am trying to sync music via a usb cable and using Windows media player 11. I put the music into the sync folder, and then i got to the phone and hit menu>media center>music and tones>sync music. WMP then shows Vcast mobile phones-Internal Memory 179MB. So i click on Sync in WMP and it gives an error that "It is not possible to change sync settings at this time. Try again later." any ideas?

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Hi do you have WMP 11?

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

  • davec831 Jul 28, 2010

    Yes, and I have all the updates, and I can sync files using MPT for the pics and the files, but when I tgry to update with WMP 11 or the new rhapsody I have problems.. does the a455 requrire the mini sd card to transfer the files?

  • Hilton Bristol Jul 28, 2010

    It should not really require the mini sd card many people do get the same problem and so they do use the mini sd card to put the information on the mini sd card then transfer transfer it, so i think you should use the nini sd card .

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