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v3m and memory storage

Discussion in 'US Cellular Forum' started by tl3883, Jan 15, 2008.

  1. tl3883

    tl3883 New Member

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    My v3m has a 2gb sd card. I put 1.6gb in 644 mp3 files. How do I get the songs to all play non stop?
     
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    I would also like to know if this is possible.
     
  3. RJB

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    I really hate to jump in here with out a correct answer but I am going to assume that the User Interface has to have some kind of media player. I would try to find some way of getting into that program then from there see if you go access the memory card and create a playlist. Once again I am sorry I have no answer but SILLYBILLY come here and save the day you just came back with this phone lol.
     
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    All you have to do is: when you get to the sounds/song list, go into the options menu(left soft key), scroll down and select "New", you will now be in the playlist details screen, enter a name, for audio files, check all the songs you want on the playlist and select Done. You will then be back at the Sound/Song list, scroll down and find your new playlist and select it. Your songs should now play nonstop.

    This works for my V3m on the USCC network. Hope this helps. I just found how to do this by playing around with my phone. If there is an easier way, please post.
     
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    I like music playing when I am asleep. I can play my computer when I am in a hotel room. If I am in my travel trailer without an outside electrical hookup I plan on using my cell phone instead of buying a separate Mp3 player. I could only put 256mb on the playlist. I have 1.4gb of songs on my phone. The 256mb of music won't play all night. I can't make multiple playlist play one after another. I hope I am more clear about my problem.
     
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    Oh! I only have a 512mb micro SD card with less then 40 songs on it. I don't really use my phone for a music player. Sometimes I let it play while i'm cooking or showering. I just got my V3m from US Cellular on friday so I'm still playing around with it and learning. Don't know why because I'm going to "trade" it in for a V9m next week when I get paid!! Maybe someone else has tips on how to get more then "x" amount of songs to play.
     
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    I figured this out myself last night.

    Now if i could only figure out to get arid of some of the factory installed BS taking my memory :browani:
     

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