When i connect this mp3 player to PC,then the removable drive shows 190 songs,but when I hear songs ,mp3 palyer shows a total of 150 songs only.
The capacity is 1Gb,but then also mp3 player is not able
to detect songs above 150.The screen shows message as 'song_number of 150',where song_number is the number of current track playing.
pls help me out??
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Re: Not able to play all songs
Some songs may not be in correct format
also, could require a firmware upgrade:
T.sonic cannot operate after it was formatted in Windows Formatting T.sonic using the “Quick Format” or “Full Format” option in Windows destroys the default format of the T.sonic. To retrieve the default format, you must link to http://www.transcendusa.com/ and download the firmware updates for the T.sonic.
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You connect the MP3 player to your PC using the U.S.B. port to your computer. It will show up on your pc as a new Drive like "E:" then you pick the songs you want from your PC and copy and paste them to the new MP3 player (the new detected drive). One suggestion don't cut and paste from your PC. Because you will be removing the song from your PC then and if you lose the MP3 player. ..bye bye to all your favourite songs.
you can delete files from within the mr118 but its a little tricky, the easiet way to do it is to plug your palyer into a pc using the usb cable Then go to my computer, double click the player (it may show up as 'removable drive' ) if no songs appear they may be in the 'music' folder once you have found the required song just right click it amd select delete. Btw I had a redmango 2gb player, bought it from argos, thought it was a bargin and it broke within a couple of months :(
these cheaper mp3 players dont usually need software to upload songs. normally all you have to do is plug your player into an ACTIVE USB connection. windows should let you know that there is a removable storage device connected depending on your autoplay settings when you connect your player to your computer. a box MIGHT pop up and prompt you to either play files or open a folder etc. if it doesn't look in the bottom right and corner of your screen you should see a safely remove hardware icon there by the time/clock. if you dont the your mp3 play is not being recognized and you might have to try another USB slot. you can also try to go to my computer and check to see if your device is listed as a drive. you should see it listed as removable disc (Drive letter). you double click of the drive letter to open your device folder then you just simply drag and drop the music you want to hear in that folder. depending on how new your computer is and how fast your USB connection each file could take anywhere from 1 second - 2 minutes so be patient.
I just got one. Cute little thing at a cheap price. Plug it in and my virus checker wants to delete the program. Tell it that the program is OK and to leave it alone. In XP it put two drives on my system - a AMT CDROM drive and an AMT MP3 drive. Ignore the CDROM drive, at least at first, and copy your music files to the MP3 drive. The key to making it play does seem to be holding down the play button while flipping the power switch to ON. Having it on or off when unplugging from the computer does not seem to matter.Who knows how long to charge it at first?