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One response to “Verizon VCast Music & Its Dirty Little Secret (Updated Again)”

  1. Jon

    I have a Verizon LG-Voyager and can drag unrestricted mp3 files directly into the “my_music” folder on the sd card. Also the Vcast music sync transfers as mp3 too. I’ve taken those same files out at my work computer and played them directly off the work comp’s hard drive without a problem. None of these songs were purchased from, or through, wmp10. The only problem I have found is that Verizon’s software sucks and doesn’t transfer folder structure or playlists. Also the phone won’t read a user folder tree, leaving you with one giant folder and a jumble of un-organized songs that take a while to organize using phone’s GUI.

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