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Nextar MA933A – Deleting Playlists
There are a couple of different ways to approach this problem.
You could 1. connect the Nextar to your computer
2. Double-click My Computer
3. Double-click the icon that corresponds to the Nextar – this is going to be different for every computer – some will have an actual Nextar icon, some will display it as USB Mass Storage Device, and others will list it as a Removable Drive – if it is listed as a Removable Drive, you can find the right one by double-clicking each removable drive until it gives you a new window with folders labeled Music, etc.
4. Enter the Music folder and Delete the folder that corresponds to the playlist that you want to delete
If that set of methods fails, or your mp3 player does not allow you to view the contents of the drive: 1.Go to the MSC menu 2.Press MENU button 3.When you see a song displayed in the LCD, press the Play key to pause the song 4.Once song is paused, press the MENU button 5.Select “Delete File,” and select the songs you want to delete 6.Use the Menu left/right keys to toggle between “Yes” delete and “No” don’t delete
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
you can delete songs by connecting to your Pc. simply plug your mp3 device to PC USB slot. select the newly found drive from "My computer" /open the folder of the said drive and select the song you want to delete, right click the mouse and select "delete"
The mp3 player's operating system is trying to load the songs which is not possible because most of the time itunes uses .aac format which is only compatible with ipods to fix plug into computer open device, and delete all the music files unplug and try turning on if sucessful plug back in ad load mp3's or wma's using windows media player
what you need to do is plug the mp3 into the computer, next open the mp3 player musoc file, then you will have the ability to add or delete songs thwn you will have space to add as many songs as you like
you cant put music from iTunes onto your mp3.. it doesnt work that way, you have to rip songs from a CD you already own onto your computer and then you must go into your media on your computer to do this. and then there should be a file labled the title of what the album was called.... you also need to go and click the start icon on the bottom left hand part of your screen, click the icon that says: 'My Computer' , then click on the icon that says CENSO (E;) , go to your media page and click the file of songs you wish to add to your mp3 and drag it to the mini bar at the bottom of the screen that has your mp3 info (songs and stuff, FYI dont delet anything from there that is NOT a song), your mp3 info page should pop up and then last but not least, drop your song file in any BLANK space.
Had the same problem. You usually have to do this from a computer. But first you rip your selection unto a computer harddrive, creat a folder on the MP3 then from the harddrive pick, drag and drop your sellections into this folder or else the player will not find the music. Then remove MP3 from machine and play.