Rhapsody Syncing

I have a substantial collection of music in MPEG-4 audio file format.  Now I was able to sync the music to my wife’s LG Voyager phone using Rhapsody even though the phone wasn’t supposed to be capable of playing AAC format.  The syncing took forever, so I surmised that Rhapsody was converting the files to a supported format as it synced.

Will I be able to do the same thing with the Fuze?

And what is the maximum micro sd expansion for the 4g Fuze?  Are all 3 versions of the Fuze expandable?

@dually wrote:

I have a substantial collection of music in MPEG-4 audio file format.  Now I was able to sync the music to my wife’s LG Voyager phone using Rhapsody even though the phone wasn’t supposed to be capable of playing AAC format.  The syncing took forever, so I surmised that Rhapsody was converting the files to a supported format as it synced.

 

Will I be able to do the same thing with the Fuze?

 

Don’t know. But I’m sure there’s a quicker way to convert to .mp3 format.

 

And what is the maximum micro sd expansion for the 4g Fuze?

 

Currently the largest Micro-SDHC card is 16GB.

 

Are all 3 versions of the Fuze expandable?

 

Yes.