I have a Panasonic SV-MP730V MP3 player, whenever i plug it into the USB port it just charges instead of syncing and charging. The computer isn't aware of its existance. Its worked once but I have no idea why or how I got it to work, now I'm stuck with 48 songs on it and I can't add more on.
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Yes the chord is the charging cable and the download/upload cable.
You will plug it into the usb port on your computer for charging.
You will need Windows Media Player installed in your computer ...after it is installed add your songs to Windows Media Player, then plug your Mp3 player in with Windowns Media Player running, your mp3 player will be recognized and then you can add the songs you added to Windows Media Player.
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Go to www.ebay.com and put in the name and model of your player in the search panel.
I went there and I saw over 200 sync cables for your Samsung YP K3 MP3 player.
You will need a USB data/sync cable. One end will plug into your MP3 player, the other end will plug into the computer USB port for charging and downloading music to your player.
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hi, i'm not sure where you're from but i just bought the battery at sim lim square in singapore for the model SV-MP730V (Penasonic). they have a website to it, you may want to look it up to see if there is any near your place website: http://www.battery.com.sg email: firstname.lastname@example.org
should have at least windows 2000 sp4 or xp sp1 as operating system. plug into usb port on computer while computer is turned on. computer should recognize and install it as mass storage usb device and assign it a drive letter. sometimes xp will recognize it as a panasonic mtp device. this doesn't matter, you can still drag and drop files on it through windows explorer file manager.
player has problems with windows media player 11. works with wmp 10. player also has problems with vista. firmware was designed for xp. no firmware updates available. you can try dragging and dropping through windows explorer, treating it as a usb mass storage device. it will play folders and songs this way. to get vista to recognize it, format the player through the player's menu ( set-system-format ) not through the computer. take out the battery for 15 minutes. reboot your computer. put battery back in. plug into usb port. hopefully vista recognizes it as usb device
format the player from the player ( set-system menu) not from the computer. pull the battery from the player and leave it out for 15 minutes.
reboot your computer. put the battery back in the player.
plug it into the usb port on the computer. worked for me