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Vcast will only find certain types of files. It will not recognize many formats that you may be using. I'm assuming this is the problem here... If you can find the songs you want to have on the phone you can then convert them to MP3 with a converter and place it where the Vcast software and then it should work.
This link here Has all the LG phones that verizon currently has software for. Your phone is no longer listed and you should follow this link
Your LG phone model is not listed.
If your phone is not listed among those mentioned on the previous page, you can
still download and use the V CAST Music Manager. However, you will not be able
to transfer songs from your PC to your phone.
You will be able to enjoy the application's various other features:
Plug in you r phone with your USB to your PC and then Go to MY Computer and see the drive letter where your LG phone connect (removable disk), click there and see the sub folders inside and you will see a folder named MUSIC, here where you can save the mp3 (music) you wanted for your phone.
you can buy a bluetooth adapter and make the transfer much easier or load the software that came with the mobile to the computer then use the usb cable to transfer the music...or you can make sure that the phone takes .mp3 format or wmv or wma audio files.
i've always just converted the files on my computer to .wav files then sent them as a PIX message to my phone. In the text message options on your phone there is an option to save audio as ringtone. Hope this helps. You can google MP3 to Wav converters. There are free software for this.