Easy fix, just did it. Talked to Oakley customer service. If your using a MAC when you delete the files off the Thump Pro, you must empty the trash. For some reason, with MAC the files are masked into the trash, so unless you empty nothing is going to change. Mine worked perfectly when I did this, after days of frustration. Good luck.
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Generally, MP3 is the most common music file format and can be recognized by all MP3 players, so you'd better download music as .mp3 file extension. I know an excellent tool used to search for and download music to Mac. It is a program running on Mac OS X 10.7 and the later. And it is really the best way to get music downloaded. Download it from the below link. http://anymp3downloader.com/
The write on the site : 5. I'm
sure my THUMP is fully charged, so why doesn't it play music?
Make sure the volume is not set too low to hear.
Make sure there are song files stored on THUMP.
Connect THUMP to your computer
and open the
folder that shows the contents
of the THUMP
Make sure you have the correct music file formats
loaded into the THUMP memory.
plays MP3, WMA and WAV file
formats. No other
music file formats are supported
at this time.
Make sure the WMA music files you are trying
to play are not protected by
DRM. (See below
for more information on DRM.)
If the song files
are protected by DRM, you need
to download the
DRM Enabled Utility found at www.oakley.com/thump.
6. Why can't I get a full six hours of song
play time out of THUMP?
Many things affect play time, including the
volume level, file compression and
format. Also, lithium ion polymer
lose their charge while not in use.
are also susceptible to temperature.
though they represent the best
lithium ion batteries do not
in high heat.
7. Is it best to completely drain the THUMP
battery before recharging?
makes no difference. Lithium ion
have no "memory effect" like older
technologies such as nickel cadmium,
so you can
charge them at any time - even when
not fully discharged.
Not to sure about a mac but I think mac's use a mp4 format when it rips a cd, and the Sansa will use a mp3 file. You can download a free program to convert these files but again, I know where for a PC but not a mac. Look for free mp4 to mp3 converter program for Mac..
i tunes and mp3 players are not compadable. i tunes is strictly for apple products(ipods) 2 download music to mp3 player, you would have to download music from ur pc from limewire or something like that. it will then copy to ur windows media player library and be ready to sync mp3 player.. good luck
Have you tried to drag individual music files to your Thump? ITumes needs to be set to import in MP3 mode so that the music exports in MP3 mode. My original Thumps will not play AAC format music files. Also, do your Thumps fully charge using the wall charger? Hope this helps.
Plug the Oakley Thump into the computer to let it charge for 3 hours - a connector cable should have been provided. Double-click on My Computer - your computer should have assigned it a drive letter. Double click on the right drive letter - most computers will actually label it an Oakley. Look for a folder called Music. Now you must find songs in mp3 format only that are already downloaded on your computer. Drag the music files from the folder where your music files are stored into the music folder of the Oakley.
Not the easiest unit for beginners, but a neat concept.
Hello, i had this problem as well. I deleted the files and ran an MP3 convertor program. For some reason, not all MP3 files appear to be compatible with the Sansa. Try downloading Switch from www.download.com which is freeware and is a very small and useful program. I tried this with invisible tracks and tracks that appear as "bad track" as well.
I assume this is in a PC?
Simply right click each title whilst in the PC and click on 'Rename'
Or click file/save as/and give the file a name
This incidently will leave an un-named copy on the computer