Ok, phone works and all that jazz, but my computer has been recently "upgraded" to Vista and i can't sync my music to my phone anymore. i've tried downloading drivers from Verizon.com and all it's done say that the driver isn't being completely successful when downloading.
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Go to Computer>and your phone should show up there. If not check with Windows Mobile Device Center, which should come preloaded with Vista. There you should be able to setup syncs of contacts etc, including files.
I sorta guessed, but it should be the case for Vista. Also if there is a sync option on Windows mobile device center, it should sync through Windows Media player, so check if your music is in your windows media library as well.
The only way to sync is if you have the sd card in,and you can only sync the sd card, if you did not have verizon,you could use motorola phone tools and sync everything, but verizon turned off transfer in your phone because there thieves, but if you learn how to hack a razor you can use moto phone tools.
OK blondjoke windows vista doesn't work on a lot of things but here is a fast and easy way to fix it. Plug your MP3 into the computer it will show up on "My Computer" as a driver. Then go to Windows Media Player pick the music you wish to play on your mp3, next go to Sync chose device driver your MP3 then drag the music you have picked out to the Sync box then click Sync this will download your music to your MP3. do not forget your microsd card you can download on and use to.