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Jan 03 2007
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Putting music on the Chocolate Flip...

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If anyone here has the LG Chocolate or Chocolate flip, how do you get music on the Micro SD card? Is it as simple as dragging and dropping files into a folder? If so, what format does it accept (MPEG4, MP3, etc..)?
 
I have the Music Essentials thing downloaded, but I have a feeling you have to pay for songs there or pay for the service or something.
 
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Re: Putting music on the Chocolate Flip...

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Drag and drop MP3s onto the phone. Explore the drive when plugged in, you should find Media or Music or MP3 (folder name)
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Question-menu wrote:
Drag and drop MP3s onto the phone. Explore the drive when plugged in, you should find Media or Music or MP3 (folder name)



Well I don't have a USB cable so I just put the card into the computer...

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Anyone?

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Ok I put the card in the card reader, but when I tried to put songs on it, the program gave me a message saying the disk is write-protected and I either have to remove the write-protection or use another disk. First of all, i'm not using a disk. Second, I tried both MPEG4 songs from the iTunes store, and MP3 songs from LimeWire, and  got the message for both of them.
 
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