- 01-05-2006, 08:43 PM #1Newbie
Hello, I've got an LG535 and it works great... I've got a 512 mb MiniSD memory card in it. The only downside is that the phone doesn't allow you to use the mp3's stored on the memory card as your ringtones... I tried a couple data cables from the net and they didn't work at all. Now, the only thing I need help with is finding a program that I can use to transfer my mp3 ringtones to my phone using the internet and with using a data cable... Is there such a program for the LG 535 or not?
Thankx for the help...
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- 01-06-2006, 08:49 AM #2
first of all, welcome to CPF. nobody has yet replied to your question because it can be answered just by reading other threads in the Ringtones forum. the sticky posts at the top of the forum are probably the most helpful. a lot of the more common cell phone questions can be answered using CPF's Search feature, and questions about the site can be answered in the FAQ.
now, about uploading files to your phone through the internet: if you don't have a web/internet/download package in your plan (depending on who your service provider is) you might pay for these uploads! I'm with Sprint and I have Vision service for unlimited downloads/uploads. I use the uploader at www.rumkin.com/tools/sprint but there are lots of other phone uploaders if you look around.
please check the FAQ and Search features, they are a ton of help
welcome to CPF and enjoy the site
- 01-23-2006, 09:12 PM #3Newbie
Ugh!! I have the sorta thesame problem: I bought an SD mini-disk, got the converter, got the reader/ writer, hooked it up just fine... I copied n' pasted a mp3 file into the removeable disk drive in "my computer" and took the mini-disk out, put it in my phone AND.... error!
"MP3 directory or contents file does not exist". Huh? Is that even a proper English sentence? Am I supposed to create a file or something in that drive before I can have mp3s on my phone? I'll worry about setting them as ringtones later, I already figured out how to chop em up and save the part I want, that's easy, I just don't know what this directory is! I called Telus and got the standard 'there's nothing in my database, take it back to the dealer' response (how bout using the database known as "your brain?" cmon, I work in tech support and I would never, EVER give that as a valid resolution. Completely bogus!) I'm an intellegent person, I know how this technology works, there just seems to be an apparently critical step I guess I must be unaware of. If anyone out there in cyberspace has a suggestion, it would be much appreciated! As this is a fairly new phone, I'm having a really heard time finding anyone who knows anything about it! Once I get it workin though, it's gonna be gnarly!! I am lovin' the LG 535! Two enthusiastic thumbs up!!!!
Peace out.Karen is a RoCkSTaR!!
ps. yer mom.