Question about RCA M100256 256 MB MP3 Player
So, I bought an mp3 player for a friend in norway, and came over here to give it to him. We plugged it into my Mac iBook and he deleted all the songs from it. We left it plugged in and a couple hours later I tried to add some music from my Itunes onto it and it said that there is not enough free space left for anything. I unplugged and checked the device and it says 0/244 memory is being used and that there are no files on it. I tried moving the songs to my desktop first and then add them, but the same message always came up. I even waited a day, changed the battery, and then tried again. It still says there is not enough space left for any songs, but the MP3 player is still empty. I dont have any of the manuals or cd's that go with it cause I brought it over to him, and forgot all that stuff. Someone please help me get some songs onto this thing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You need to connect up USB cable and then go to Windows Media Player program and WMP will guide you on how to download music
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