Haven't seen what you posted before, will check it out later.
Yea people keep claiming the Cosmos doesn't play MP3's or music. The Cosmos will play music provided you format a microSD card in the phone and copy MP3s to it. After formatting the card in the phone there will be four folders ("contact", "my_pix", "my_ringtones", and "my_sounds") located on the card. Copying MP3's to the "my_sounds" folder will allow the Cosmos Media Center --> Tunes & Tones --> My Sounds app to play the MP3 music.
The Cosmos will support the following file format (may not be a complete list):
My Pictures: png, jpg, bmp, gif
My Sounds: mp3, mid, qcp, acc, aac+
My Ringtones: mid, midi, qcp, pmd,aac, mp3, wav
On a side note, I've made a posting over on the Verizon Community forum that details various aspects of the Cosmos to dispel some of the misinformation floating around in one of the threads over there (last post on page 2 of that thread): http://community.vzw.com/t5/Cell-Pho.../176879/page/2
ETA: OK played around with BitPim (on Windows 7) and the Cosmos a little. Changing the BitPim setting "Phone Type" to "LG-VX8560 (chocolate 3)" will allow BitPim to access the Cosmos file structure. The only "media" folder I see (outside of the microSD card) so far is located at "/brew/mod/mediaplayer/media". But I cannot figure out how to get BitPim to transfer a file to that folder. <shrugs> Going to spend some more time fooling around with BitPim and the Cosmos. Hopefully the makers of BitPim will update the program for the Cosmos.
ETA2: There is also a "Music Settings" entry on the Service Menu as well. When selected it says "MP3 Disabled". Wonder if this is one of the Verizon crippled "feature" like they've done on other phones. Also the "Media Player" is listed in "Browse & Download" as well. And it doesn't appear to try and connect via data when going through the "Browse & Download" option.