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Nx 134 p.s. all the songs have the rights and are mp3 versions i downloaded from my old player

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Highly unlikely. Right-click one of the songs you are trying to transfer, select properties, and see if it has Mpeg-1, Audio Layer 3 or if it says "Windows Media Audio." If it says Windows Media Audio, it may have only had transfer rights to a single player. Re-download the songs in mp3 format and try retransferring.

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The Support for the NX-134 is non-existent on Naxa's website:
Please feel free to contact our customer support department directly by sending them an email at: support@naxaelectronics.com

One of our support department representatives will contact you back within 24-72 hours. If possible, please make sure the email you send includes the following information, if applicable:


  1. Model # of item
  2. Date Purchased
  3. Place Purchased
  4. Any questions and or concerns you may have about the item.
  5. Contact Information: Name and Phone #
Please note that a majority of questions can be answered by simply reading the instruction manual and other documents provided with each item.

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Yeah, I just went up and down their website. They are one of the few that don't post their manuals online. Many mp3 players have a "playlist on the go" feature (or some other such moniker) that allows you to create a playlist from the mp3 player itself, but will not transfer playlists properly from Windows Media Player. Other mp3 players require a firmware upgrade to fix the issue. Unless your manual states something specific about playlist transfer, I would go ahead and call Naxa to get clarification on this. Let us know what they say. Oh wait - they don't have a phone number. Try their e-mail support at support@naxaelectronics.com. Good luck!

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Naxa's website is useless as far as getting product specs. Most likely, the songs you are trying to add are DRM-encrypted WMA files, and they do not have "transfer rights" on them. The solution is to convert them to Mp3 format using a WMA to Mp3 Converter, or to get the Premium (as in, "more expensive") verison of your online music service subscription - the upgrade that includes transfer rights.

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