Dec 10, 2007
I use a microSD card to use media on my phone, such as sounds.
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My issue: When setting an alarm, I am unable to access any sounds stored on my card. I can only access sounds stored on the phone itself. This did not always happen. In the past, I was able to select alarm tones stored directly on my microSD card.
Here's the story: The other day, something strange happened. I had the card in my card reader, connected to my PC, and my PC crashed. This wasn't because of the card. It was from something else. However, when I put my card back in my phone, strange things began to happen. I first noticed when I was trying to set my alarm on the phone. When selecting the alarm tone, it would show me all sounds on my phone, but would not list any sounds on the card. I navigated to the "Memory" settings and it said my card was there will all of my files on it. If I navigate to "My Sounds" in the menu list, it properly shows me all of my sounds both on the phone and on the card.
I thought restarting the phone my help, so I did that. When trying to restart my phone, it showed the VCast loading screen, then the startup image, and then it reset and went back to the VCast loading screen, and continued to do this until I pulled the battery out. I removed the card and the phone started just fine. I put the card back into the reader and backed up my files, then put the card back into the phone and formatted it. I then put the files back onto my card, and now I am having no troubles restarting the phone, however I still cannot access the card's sounds when trying to set an alarm tone. I have noticed that I am able to set an alert tone for text/pix messages and calls. Why, suddenly, can I not access the card's sound list from the Alarm setup? I was able to do this before. I just got the idea of trying to do an over-the-air programming using *228. I will try that now, but please, if anybody has any other suggestions, I'd love to know about them. Just tried *228 and it did not help.