The LG Ally is a feature phone with a 3.2 megapixel camera and video recorder. It has up to seven hours of talk time and 20 days of standby time, and it can also play music. When downloading music to your Ally, remember that the Ally can only play DRM free music. Songs downloaded from iTunes, for example, are protected and will not play on the Ally. The Ally also lacks V Cast, Verizon's native app for downloading music to the phone.
Plug the USB connection cable into the computer and attach the other end to the Ally.
Touch the top of the screen and move your finger down to expose the window shade. Tap "USB Connected."
Tap "Mount" on the pop-up screen.
Click "View All Files and Folders" on your computer's pop-up window or click the Windows "Start" button, select "Computer" and choose the SD drive of your Ally.
Right-click in the drive, select "New" and choose "Folder." Name it "Music."
Drag files from your computer's hard drive to the Music folder you just created.
Drag the window shade down again and tap "Turn Off USB Storage." Tap "Turn Off" and disconnect the USB.
- You can also download music from the browser on the Ally through music stores. To do this, tap the "Internet" icon to open the Web browser and navigate to the store to make your purchases.
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