I have a new lg mobile and would like to load some of the mp3s from my pc to the phone's mp3 player. The software that came with the phone - lg contents bank - seems simple enough to use but it doesn't seem to detect any of the mp3 files i have on my pc - they just don't show up. Any ideas?
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The mp3 files you have may not be decoded by the player or the software in the phone.transfer the files to a computer and convert them to ordinary mp3s and then load them back on to the phone.they will play just fine.
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While downloading the .mp3s you may have also got a virus that has damaged the music player. That is why the mp3s are not being played by the phone. Only way out is to get the firmware reinstalled and then throw away these mp3s and get new ones from wherever you got (not this source as it has been proved virus riddled) and also install an anti virus on your phone.
As far as I am aware when you sync a mobile to pc all you are doing is copying names and addresses and numbers from mobile to pc and vise versa, you are not transfering mp3s or anything else as such, for this you have to use the LG Suite software that came with your mobile or simply drag and drop the files to the sd card that you have in the mobile, obviously you have to be able to use the sd card in a laptop or pc card reader to do this and not the data cable that you use that came with the mobile. The drag and drop method is far easier, well I think so.
I had the same problem and found the solution on the following site! http://www.lg-vu.com/index.php?topic=2660.0 Reading thru the blog you will find the best solution is to download the MP3 tag which there is a link for and untag the retag your MP3's and they will work. So easy but up to 6 hours or more to locate.
Some song formats aren't supported by some MP3 players. You can convert those songs that aren't compatible by using one of the loads of audio converters available online. Use a search engine to find the software that best fits your needs and you should be up and running in no time.
try loading files on different bit rates and see what bitrate your player can play. some player wont play files that are directly copied to the player, it needs a certain software to encode it to its standard format.
sony walkman is an example, it has its own software to encode files from mp3 to its own supported format.