Hi i have just added some cds to my music file and tried to transfer them to my Go Gear, the playlist says that there are over 700 songs on the device, but on the device it says that all all lists are empty. Please help
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Plug in your official Visual Land mp3 player to your PC with the included USB cable.
Locate your player on the PC by opening 'My Computer', it should show up as an extra drive. Open the player drive.
Locate the directory where the files you want on the player are located on your PC, and open that folder.
Click and hold on the desired file to transfer, and then
"Drag" it over to the player's external drive folder, and unclick to
'drop' the file onto the player.
Your Visual Land Player may support synching with Windows
Media Player, but it is not guaranteed. Your Visual Land Player however
will NOT support other synching software such as iTunes, MusicMatch, or
any other programs. Simply use the process above to put files on your unit.
If your Songs Not Showing in Playlist
If your songs are not showing up in the playlist after updating it, try removing any subfolders within the MUSIC folder.
The V-Touch Player uses a directory
structure for initial scan of usable files. Each mode goes to an
appropriate default folder for its initial scan of playable files.
Video files should be placed in the “VIDEO” folder. Audio files should
be placed in the “AUDIO” folder. Image files should be placed in the
“IMAGE” folder. If they are not placed in the appropriate folders, you
will need to search through the player's directories to find them.
Are you trying to synch tracks directly from a CD. If you are, you first have to rip the tracks. In windows Media player, you first need to setup the type of file you want to rip to (MP3 in this case). Right click on the top bar of the WMP and select Tools|Options. Select the Rip tab and under the rip settings, change the format to MP3. Select the quality you want (higher quality means less music can be stored on your unit). 192 kbps is a good setting. Now, click OK or apply as appropriate to get out of the menu. Insert your CD and click on the RIP tab of WMP. Your CD's tracks should automatically come up with checks marks beside them. Start the RIP process. Once it is complete, you can then drag the newly ripped files from your library to the Walkman and they should be synched.
1. Have WMP11 always on top for "drag and drop" usage Right click in the head of the WMP11 page: in Tools > Options... > Player : select "Keep the player on top ..."
Restore Down the size of the WMP11 screen and adjust the size on the
edge(s) as you require for your screen.
2. in [Library] mode: under Playlists "Create Playlist" e.g. "My Playlist"
and Enter: "My Playlist" is added on the right screen side.
3. Open your music maps and ad songs by drag and drop method
onto the right saying "Drag items here"
4. when ready adding songs in [Library] mode: "Save Playlist"
5. in [Sync] mode drag e.g. "My Playlist" under the connected device
and "Start Sync": wait until al files have synchronized: a message
will show up when you can disconnect the player.
try using windows media player to transfer the music...here's how
1.Update WMP to version 10 or 11
2.goto sync tab and yoyc player must be detected.
3.create a playlist of songs you want to transfer
4.click on start sync to transfer music to your player.
the music only transfers using rhapsody and adding files their... also.. i've been having problems with this player as well as you.. mines not letting me transfer any playlists i made to my mp3 player.. its effed up if you ask me lol hope that helps btw
If you've got songs on your computer under media player, then synch your MP3 using Media Player. Then you can transfer the files to your MP3 player by moving those from your library in Media Player to the right Synch List. Once you've got the songs you want, go to the bottom on the right and press Start Synch.
It should tell you in the instructions that you need to download iTunes for Windows since it sounds like you're not on a Mac. All the controls for transferring music and synching photos etc are in iTunes. When you attach the iPod, you're connecting it to allow the transfer of files as though it was a USB Flash Memory stick, but this allows you to store other files such as Word docs on the iPod -- it does not allow you to transfer music. A big part of the reason for this is the digital rights management that the music labels insist upon.
Load the Philips software onto your computer.
You have to load the songs onto the player using WMP (Windows Media Player) 8 or 9.
Connect the player using the USB cable.
Run the Philips Go Gear Digital Audio Player software. Upgrade the firmware. This will format the player and erase everything you have done so far.
Start WMP. Click on the Synch tab.It will have 2 window panes. In the right side, at the top, there is a drop list. Select the player from the list.
Now create a synch list by clicking on edit playlist. Once you have added the songs, click Start Synch.
That's all there is to it.
Provide more info 1/ what windows OS R U Using/2 H10 requires Windows Media Player ver 10 3/ If you do not have XP to run WMP10 then connect H10 in UMS mode, transfer audio files and playlists using windows explorer 4/then use EasyH10 to update the database on H10