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Topic # 8744 27-Jul-2006 00:30
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my mate got a motorola v1050 and he doesn't no how to put mp3's on to his phone i have tryed looking in the user Guide and all but can't find the part where it tell u how to put mp3's on it. does any one no? do you need a memory card do you need a usb cable? Please help. i would be greatfull

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  Reply # 42565 27-Jul-2006 09:02
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I checked the specs it says it has an integrated mp3 player.
Plus it has transflash up to 256 K.
Try putting some mp3 on the card and then play




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  Reply # 42566 27-Jul-2006 09:14
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psychrn is right. You can get Transflash up to 1gig now. Good prices on Trademe approx $90.

Thats the best way to move mp3s onto the v1050. My Wife has one and we just take out the MMS and using the adapter you get with the transflash you can connect it to your PC with one of those card readers and move what ever you want. I'm sure he could get a cable for it also to connect to his PC.
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