Well, i was uploading songs from windows media player, everything was fine, untill i screwed up and uploaded a cd twice. So i delted all the songs and started over because i wanted them to be in order of artists. So i put them back on, and unplugged the usb connection when i was done. So later on I played it on the bus and i was scrolling down to get a song i wanted to hear, and I reach the end and kept going down to go back to the top. But the song that was last on the list kept repeating itself every time i scrolled it down. I moved the direction stick up one and these odd symbols appeared. I pressed right and i found this huge mass of files with random symbols, like §, and my mp3 now freezes constantly. Does anyone know what's wrong with it? I'm so frustrated i'm about to replace it.
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yes you can your mp3 player can play both wma or mp3 types of format so if you have songs in your windows media player or you have a other sorce that you use to play your music with you can upload your music to your nextar,it should have came with a usb cable plug 1 end into your nextar and the other end into your computer to upload any of your downloaded music including any music that you have stored on your computer off cd's or and music that you got off the internet.
Here's the deal:
Open the Philips Device Manager that came with the install cd, and do a Repair - this will erase everything so you can start over from scratch. This will also take care of your squares issue.
No dice on the playlist issue - sorry.
Next, you have to disable the auto sync feature in Windows Media Player to prevent it from auto-loading all of those songs/files that you don't want. by opening Windows Media Player, highlighting the Sync tab, clicking on the little black arrow to bring down the drop-down menu, clicking on "Set Up Sync" (make sure your mp3 player is connected to computer, or this option will not appear), and unchecking the box that says "automatically sync files to my device". This will give you manual sync instead.
Put all your music in one folder and let Windows Media player synchronise your music with the player. Any time you want to add songs, put them into the same folder and Windows Media Player will add them to your MP3 player when you next connect.
Take out the four screws on the back and pop out the battery then put it back on. Make sure you synced the songs properly. Add to the problem how you added your songs and I might be able to help.