How do I get music on my Sprint LG RUMOR memory card?
The LG 260 which goes under a host of names, will use any MP3 song that you load into My Audios as a ringtone. You can transfer music to the phone w/0 bluetooth; I know, I just did it. You will need a micro-card (a 1 gig is available for less than $5.00) and if your computer doesn't have a port for it, a reader/writer available for between $3 and $8, if you look around. You'll need to put the card in the phone and under Setttings, memory, save options, card memory (check this, this is the hidden key!), turn your phone off and back on and it will format the card. Take card out, put it in reader connected to your computer, use windows explorer to cut and paste mp3 to audio file on your card. Pop it back in your phone. On your phone go to Multimedia, My Audios, Send, and send it to your phone. Click on settings, sound, ringers and it is waiting for you. After you do it the first time, the process is a lot easier since your card is aleady formatted.
your have to muy a micro sd adapter at like a radio shack...pop it in your computers drive then got to start,my computer,and find that drive you put it in then open it up...once you have it open you can insert mp3 file for your mp3 player and only 3g2 files will work as a ringtone...if you need any help just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have a LG xenon. I changed some my audio wma files to mp3 (ringtones that came included are mp3). I download my music mp3 files onto my mini sd and insert into phone. It recognizes my mp3 music and plays them fine, but will not allow me to use them as ringtones. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
When I go to Settings, I do not see Memory as one of the choices. Is there somewhere else in the phone that I should be looking for that?
When I go to Settings on my phone, I do not see Memory. Is there somewhere else on the phone I should be looking for that?
yeah I don't understand either.I cnt find the memory part.this sucks som1 please help me
Insert it in your computer & start downloading!