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Hey i am just wondering if anybody know how to sync music from the computer to the phone? I have itunes and i would like to sync music from the itunes to my phone and i dont know how to do that so any help would be great

Thx guys

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The LG Dare comes with Rhapsody software. If you create your playlist in Rhapsody you can sync it to your phone. I just re-synced mine up yesterday after adding an 8gb Micro SD card.

Songs downloaded from itunes cannot be used because of Apples DRM (digital rights managment).

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Did you get a Card reader with your Micro-SD card?

None of my Card readers can read the darn thing.

I use the Rhapsody program for music but have not been able to move pictures to and from the card???????

Any ideas?

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Most MicroSD cards come with an SD adapter that will fit a standard card reader.

I put my music into MP3 format, then saved them all to my MicroSD card. Then inserted into phone....voila.

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I know about the adapter I have 3 of them...DOH.

I have tried about a dozen C-Readers in total and it won't open.

I have been told I need a reader that can read Micro SD HC cards.

I should have bought the card reader that came with the card for a few more bucks but I figured one of my readers would read it.

I......give up!

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That is why I change my settings on iTunes to save as MP3, that way it is not saved in the digital rights format. MP3's are pretty much universal.

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So i can just download rhapsody and sync music from there? And do i have to have the memory card that everyone is talking about? And how much will one of those little memory cards run???

thnx for the help guys

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No memory Card needed but you will have limited space so eventually you'll want a Micro SD card.

I bought a 4 Gig on New-Egg for around $30 I believe. If you go that route I'd get the Card reader "not adapter" that comes with it.

I know Dtro has a 1 Gig card which is more than enough space and his card can be read in just about any card reader.

Rhapsody will be on the CD that came with your phone the software Driver for the Phone is on the CD also.

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