Question about Audio Players & Recorders
When i download music to my mp3 the computer shows that the music is there but when I go to the audio player it says no files!! Does anyone know what to do?
THE SONGS CANNOT BE SAVED AS A WHOLE FOLDER, ALSO YOU CANNOT SYNC MUSIC TO IT. HERE IS THE SOLUTION; FOLLOW CLOSELY AND YOUR EMATIC 4GB PLAYER WILL FOR SURE WORK.
1) LOCATE YOUR PLAYERS FILE FOLDERS
2) OPEN THE AUDIO FOLDER
3) LOCATE THE SONGS YOU WANT ADDED
4) RIGHT CLICK THE SONGS YOU WANT (ONE AT A TIME )
5) SCROLL DOWN TO COPY, LEFT CLICK ON COPY TO COPY THAT SONG
6) GO BACK TO YOUR AUDIO FOLDER
7) RIGHT CLICK IN THE AUDIO FOLDER
8) SCROLL DOWN TO PASTE, LEFT CLICK ON PASTE
YOU SHOULD SEE YOUR SELECTED SONGS APPEAR. IF YOU FOLLOW THESE DIRECTION YOU ARE FOR SURE TO BE LISTENING TO MUSIC.
YES IT IS A LONG PROCESS, BUT ITS WORTH IT IN THE END!! BESIDES ITS NOT A HI-TECH GADGET. WE BOUGHT IT AT A STEAL, SO LETS DO WHAT WE GOTTA DO TO MAKE THE BEST OF IT!! OVERALL ITS A GREAT PRODUCT.
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Posted on Dec 26, 2008
When you turn on the mp3 player try going to the music option to play a song. the while the in the sng selection window hit the power button one in order to open folder menu for songs, look around the folders for your songs if they don't show up right away go up to the top blank folder and hit play to move higher in the folder hierarchy. there is a folder listed that is named MTPMusic, your songs may be in there and if you go in there and play one song all the songs should appear in music from then on.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
Take the music out of the files you have them in and just put them in the main file, its annoying, i know.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To do a search on your computer just goto START, then SEARCH. Click on "All Files and Folders". In the search box, type in *.WAV or *.MP3. This will search your entire computer for WAV files or MP3 files. To convert WAV into MP3, you will need to download a program from the internet that cnverts WAV into MP3 files. Just goto google.com and type in WAV to MP3 converter and should be able to download free converters....
Posted on May 30, 2009
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