Question about LG VX8300 Cellular Phone
I just received an insurance replacement VX8300 with V04 version. When I download mp3 or wma's to the phone memory or the 2gb card - hit the front play button or select VCast my music, sync or Get VCast Music I have a No Application screen that pops up. I looked through all the forums or blogs and can not find a formula to fix. It's driving me crazy. I've gone through the service code and can't find anything that turns my music on anywhere. Does anyone have a solution??? Thanx in advance!!!
SOURCE: music player and micro sd card
also your songs need to be in special formatted folders. the first time i popped my 4gb sdhc card into my phone, it asked if i wanted to format it. i said yes, and then found that several new folders appeared on the card. one of these is my_music into which you can drag and drop your mp3s using your computer's card reader. just remember not to drag any extra folders or other files that your phone won't be able to recognize.
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
Sounds like he has the older version of software for the 8300
go to settings and tools , phone info ,SW version and see if your sw version ends with vo2, vo3 or vo4 .vo4 cripples some functions , v03 is the best in my opinion and vo2 is limited version also . unless it is vo3 take it to your verizon service center and talk to someone real nice and get then to flash it back or up to v03 , will take them about an hour to finish it.
you can also
then the service code
then scroll to music setting click ok and see if the option to turn on mp3 playback is listed.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
I FOUND THE PROBLEM! You need a CoreMicro Micro SD Adapter and the USB that goes with it. Mine said it was right-protected until a person on a website told me to move a white switch upwards on the adapter. Holding the Adapter facing you, make sure the switch on the left side is moved upwards. Put it in the USB port, and then into the computer jack. Go to WMP (windows media player) and go to your library. Right-click any song and click the "go to file location" button. That way you are at the actual file location and not a link to it for playing. You see a list of all the songs you have at the raw source. Make a folder and name it "Music". Drag the songs you want on your phone into the folder. They will disappear from the menu into the folder but not from the computer so you still have the music files on your computer. With the Music file in view, right-click and go to the "Send to" button and click on the "Removable Storage" button (or something that looks similar but the same words). A loading screen should pop up and start loading the files. You are done! Remove the USB and the Adapter, put the memory card in and charge er' up! It worked for me and i hope it works for you. Thanks.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
yes you can, just put the mp3 file on folder "Sound" on the external memory, it will be automaticly put in your playlist mp3 player.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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