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Re: reads no data on the player
Have you authorized the player? if not, or youre not sure, go here: http://www.docs.sony.com/release/Authorizing_flyer.pdf
Theres also this documentation which notes your "no data" symptom - http://www.docs.sony.com/release/NWE405-407rev_note.pdf
You will get a "no data" if you tried to format the player through windows explorer instead of through the player, and formatting it again, this time throught the menu in the player should fix this.
Also there appears to be a transfer limit on the sonic stage software. something around 65,000, but who knows, maybe you managed to get there...
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I had the same problem and realised that you have to copy the file from the music section on your external memory to the sounds section. Firstly I sent an album to my memory card via windows media player and it went to the music section. My phone recongnised it was there on the external memory but not when I tried to play it through the mp3. I read an earlier message and it mentioned that the music needs to go into the sounds file so I copied it to that file and hey presto, I have music on my external memory that actually plays lol
After reading through the archives of related problems, I decided to try some of the suggestions. Here is what I did for my LG Shine...I checked the sd card on the computer to make sure all the data i transferred was on the card and it was. After that, I use the music player on the cell phone to load the music into my library and was able to listen to the music stored on the sd card.The music which was downloaded to the sd card will only play through the music player on the cell phone and for the ringtones I went to the website and made my ringtones. http://makeownringtone.com/ This is the fool proof way of making your favorite songs your ringtone. Follow the instructions giving and in under 3 mins you can make your ringtone. The ringtones have to be under 300kb and in the mp3 format. Its really simple and easy to use and downloaded them to my computer. Hint of advice: email it to yourself that way you can forward it to your friends and family. Might I remind you that its FREE!!!!
The player doesn't accept removing of music, or formatting, when it is
not done from SonicStage, the software that sony offers with it. The software is to be downloaded here. When you've installed the
software, format the player from the menu (all your music will be removed, so you might want to copy it to your pc first). Then transfer your music with
I went to www.sony.com and was able to find the solution. If your songs were downloaded from services similar to Napster then you will have to log back into the service to refresh the licenses on the songs. If you no longer are subscribing to the service then you will need to delete the songs from your player. If you need further information you can find it on the Sony website.