Question about RCA OPAL M4001 MP3 Player
My daughter gave me a opal M4004A SN:RA214H406A1197 she lost the manual i have a I Mac Computer.
Often, most MP3 players would have a USB port and appropriate cable to connect to the USB port of a computer. Once connected so, the player would appear as an external storage device and would be treated as such. If connected, most computers would auto-detect the device and the connection and would open it automatically or allow you the choice to open and view the files. "Putting songs" would then be "copy and paste" from your computer (where your songs are filed). It would be similar to copying a document to a flashdrive, a floppy disk.
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