1. EddieLive's Avatar
    I just got it yesterday and it is my first smartphone. When i connect it to my computer that thing that comes out when u connect USBs comes up, but the only option i got is to copy and paste pictures because only the picture folder is in it. Is there a way for me to copy music from my computer and put it in my phone?
    02-20-2011 07:00 PM
  2. cmsman13's Avatar
    yeah, download and install doubletwist at doubletwist.com

    this program will let you sync music to your phone.
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    02-20-2011 07:36 PM
  3. TVCCS's Avatar
    Another way is to create a Music or MP3 folder on your phone, and then copy your music into that folder. The Music app on your phone (and others you can get from the Market) will scan your SD card for music files and add them to the player(s).
    02-20-2011 11:08 PM
  4. TekOne's Avatar
    I add all Mp3 to my 8gb MicroSD and play for 4hrs and more..

    Just wonder can it play flv file? Like movie file download from youtube? What app?
    02-21-2011 03:00 PM
  5. TVCCS's Avatar
    I add all Mp3 to my 8gb MicroSD and play for 4hrs and more..

    Just wonder can it play flv file? Like movie file download from youtube? What app?
    There is no flash player for the V, but there is a YouTube app that will play YouTube videos. The optional Skyfire browser will play most flash videos from Web sites. You can transcode flv videos to mp4, which the phone will handle with the Gallery player. Other apps can handle other file formats.
    02-21-2011 03:17 PM
  6. Bigtuna00's Avatar
    Check out Winamp (I prefer it to DoubleTwist) and the Android app includes Wifi sync (no need to connect the phone to USB).

    Android Media Player - Winamp for Android™ - Winamp
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    02-22-2011 12:29 PM
  7. Timmm101's Avatar
    I was having this same problem! But all you have to do is plug the phone up, Go to Computer>Removable Disk F>and all your phone folders will open, move your mouse to the bottom of the folder list RIGHT click, and click NEW folder. you can name this anything you wish, i named mine music. Open the folder after creating it, go into your song list on your computer and COPY all the songs you wish from your song list to the folder you have created. Then close your removable disk F, and computer. unplug your phone, go to menu>music>songs and all of the songs you added into the folder you created will be listed! i hope this helps!!!
    02-25-2011 07:59 AM
  8. op t must's Avatar
    Another way is to create a Music or MP3 folder on your phone, and then copy your music into that folder. The Music app on your phone (and others you can get from the Market) will scan your SD card for music files and add them to the player(s).
    Great tip TVCCS! I created a "music" folder on my SD card. Didn't even have to move my .wma music file into the folder. The native Music Player played it just like *snap*. Nice for technology to work so effortlessly.
    08-08-2012 10:11 PM
  9. lorenzo michael Jr's Avatar
    That was the dopest instructions on this subject I've come across yet.If I may,i'm not too much into the innards of these fones.I've had mine for 2 years and it runs great (Optimus V),however there are SOME things that confuse me wen it comes to these files,and transferring.If I have ques,can I come to u? sort of like a mentor-in-training?Man,thanks a lot on the techno info.
    10-05-2013 10:27 AM
  10. AndyOpie150's Avatar
    The folder you make on the SD card has to be spelled MUSIC to be the most effective. All capitals.

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    10-06-2013 12:32 AM
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