My son has a new trutech mp3 player we are on a mac os x 10.4.9. We can put music on but when we try to eject it won't let us and when we disconnect it says no data but when we reconnect the music files are still there. Should I just return it and get him an ipod?
Sometimes you have files saved on your player, but they are a "type" that the player does not understand. You have to run most files throught your "media converter" in order for your player to actually plan them, and not only save them.
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The Mach Speed Eclipse 180 isn't compatible with ITunes despite what you heard. However all hope isn't lost.
If you are using Microsoft windows simply use the sync feature in Windows Media Player. If you are using a mac, the player displays as a removable device, simply drag the music into the mp3 or music folder.
Music file problem:
Your music might not be compatable with your MP3 player.
If you are using it with mac and windows.
like you used mac to put the music on but you try to use windows to delete the files.
Mac uses a diffrent file system to windows.
Unfortunately itunes only works for apple ipods. If the Media Player shows up on the desktop and discover where the music files should be dropped then he should be able to go to his user folder and then the music folder and then the iTunes Music Library and then be able to drag and drop his required music onto the player. Sounds a bit of a fiddle but a final piece of advice try it with one folder or even one music file and then see if it works.
The recording from radio that did not want to work in iTunes was made in WAV format. To solve the problem I went to settings and changed recording format to MP3. When I recorded in MP3 format from the radio with my JNC SSFM2 series MP4 player and copied it into iTunes on my computer, iTunes played it without a problem.
Apparently WAV format is used on PC and MP3 is used on Apple Mac.
Make sure your music is in MP3 format on your computer. Plug your player in with the USB cable it comes with. Open the drive for your player. Mine is found in my computer as it's own drive like the c drive. Simply open your music and drag and drop your songs into the player drive. Don't make the mistake I did by placing them into the voice folder that comes on your player. Just put them along side it. Very simple. Let us know if this works for you! Good luck!
This is a general procedure - I couldn't find any documentation for any TruTech Mp3 Players. Connect your Trutech to the computer. Double-click My Computer. Double-click the icon of the Trutech. Open the music folder. Create a new folder on your desktop, and call it something like "temporary mp3 storage." Drag the music file from the music folder fo the mp3 player to the new folder that you have just created on your desktop.