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Discussion in 'Alltel Forum' started by roeth11, Jan 14, 2007.

  1. roeth11

    roeth11 New Member

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    I just recently purchased the Razr V3M and am wondering how to get the full advantage of my phone. I know that the razr is said to have an mp3 player on it but I am unsure of what path to take to even begin putting songs on this phone.

    If anyone has any suggestions or knows of any other fun things to put on this phone let me know!
     
  2. Ironwalt

    Ironwalt Junior Member
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    Wirelessly posted (Ironwalt's v3c: MOT-GATW_/00.62 UP.Browser/6.2.3.4.c.1.112 (GUI) MMP/2.0)

    If you post this in the razr thread at the top of the alltel page than im sure someone there can tell you all you want to know.
     
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  3. zulu099

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    I purchased the V3M as well and what I did was to get a MicroSD (a.k.a. TF) card for it. Got a 1GB ebay for about $20 with an SD/USB adapter. Then, I
    - powered down the v3m,
    - removed the battery (by pressing it down towards the bottom of the phone and lifting the top up),
    - slipped in the TF.
    - Powered up again and
    - formatted the card by going to "Status, Storage Devices, Trans-T-Flash, Options" and selected "Format."
    - Then removed the card, placed it in an adapter and attached the card to my computer.
    I used explorer to transfer the MP3s to the "Shared" "Music" folder (or something to the effect -- sorry!)
    Put it back into the phone and it worked.
    However, I found that I could only see about 30 songs.

    I started a thread asking about this "phenomenon" or "anomaly"

    Perhaps this might help you.

    Cheers!
     
  4. strunke

    strunke .:|Always Covered|:.
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    Try renaming the files so that their file name isn't too long for the phone to recognize.....I'm not sure what the actual number of characters it can be. Check the song with the longest file name that you can see and work from that.
     
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  5. zulu099

    zulu099 New Member

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    Hi Strunke!

    Did some experimenting last night and found out that in addition to making the names shorter, I had to use alpha-numeric only -- No commas" , ", parentheses "( )", exclamation marks "!" etc.

    Thanks for the help. I appreciate it.

    Oh, I also got a cable and MPT4 and tools CD from Blackboxcarputers.com via email pretty inexpensively. The operator of the store was also very ethical in his dealings with me. I had a problem with the CD and he actually tried sending me a download and also an OEM CD!!!

    Cheers!
     

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