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Moto RAZR

Discussion in 'US Cellular Forum' started by twood2800, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. twood2800

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    can this phone be used as an MP3 player?


    if so how?
     
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    Yes, but as a practical MP3 player no. The phone will play mp3 files, but your standard V3 only has about 5 megs memory free. That can be boosted to about 7.5 if you know what you're doing and delete some pre-loaded content, but you really won't be able to get more than about 2 songs on it, and then the phone's memory is maxed out. You won't be able to use the camera, internet, or add custom ringtones after that because the memory is full. The mp3 capibility is really just there so you can make your own ringtones.

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    one more thing....is there software to connect it to your computer[[any kind that you should use]] or can you just use any kind
     
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    Motorola's MPT (Mobile Phone Tools) is probably the easiest to use.

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    the v3c razr has 41 megs of memory and with 30 megs free. :D
     
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    is the software free?
     
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    If you are referring to Motorola Phone Tools, no it isn't free. However, it is pretty cheap online (<$15). Google for it. Look for version 4.0 or later.
     
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    alrite but i have some other software its not very good though i dont think so ill just getthat...yeah its cheeeeep



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