If you want to connect your LG Chocolate Touch to your PC and transfer music, pictures and wallpaper through Verizon Rhapsody, please download and install the driver first! LG-Chocolate Touch info
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Um, i dont see the phone in rhapsody..
If you have XP, you need at least SP2 installed in order for your phone to be recognized as a MTP Device. Windows Vista and 7 should not have this issue.
“access to this file/directory has been blocked on this phone by the provider” This is as far as I’ve got.
Thank you, the drivers were all what I needed to make it work….
I have A Problem… my phone has no service and is an alltel. so yeah vcast=verizon and rapsody=$$$
How the hell do I get my pics off my phone and onto my computer? when its connected to my usb????? I don’t want to send these pics to online album or a social network.. I just want them transfered directly from phone to computer.. it shouldn’t be this hard
Oookay, sooo When i plug my phone into the computer the windows explorer doesn’t pop up when i try to sync my music to the phone, yes i’m in the music sync thing, but my computer isn’t registering the phone, help?!
i’ve downloaded the drivers and have the proper usb/date port cable, and my xp sp3 pc says the device is working properly BUT i can NOT seem to figure out how to transfer pictures to my Pc Please help.
ok well i have a chocolate touch and what i use to get files to my computer and back is the usb mass storage
how do i transfer pictures from my chocolate touch phone to my pc how difficult can it be /
HEY People. Verizon screws us all by 1. locking out direct connection via usb and 2. forcing you to use Rhapsody which of course has a monthly fee to use it even if all you want is to get your pics onto your PC.. Use BitPim and a USB cable and that’s all you need. It is slow because each pic must be selected and saved but it does work.
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Some advice for everyone that can’t get this to work.
I simply went into the internal phone memory (from the settings menu) and selected “Move All To Card”. Then of course I just used the card to transfer everything to my PC via a card reader.
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