Review: LG dLite
There is a music player on the LG dLite, and it did a fine job playing my tunes. I connected the phone to my computer in mass storage mode over USB and simply dragged over a folder called "Music," and the phone found all my tracks with no trouble. Album artwork was a mixed bag; some tracks had album covers and some did not with no apparent rhyme or reason, even within the same album. The player itself is easy to use with few extras. There are four preset equalizers, but otherwise no frills or special options. You can minimize the music player to keep your tunes playing while you perform other tasks, but the dLite doesn't offer music controls except on the Now Playing screen. The player is smart enough to cut the music for certain tasks, like video recording, then start playing again once you've finished. But it really needs a quick way to jump back into the playback controls.
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