Yes, you can drag and drop files directly into the Coby. Actually, that's the easiest way to add music to any regular MP3 player. You may need to open the player (double left click the icon you see) to reveal the internal storage.
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I don't have this particular device. Although some players will let you delete files from the device alone, some won't. But an mp3 player should show up on your desktop computer as an external memory storage device when connected via USB. You can open it and delete music files by dragging to trash, or by right-clicking and selecting Delete. (Windows, but probably similar on Mac).
When your MP3 Player is connected to a computer, you may transfer music files to your MP3 player using your operating system's basic file management commands (i.e., copy-and-paste or drag-and-drop).Connect the Coby MP3 player to your computer through its USB adapter.
Select "Open folder to view files" from the new device dialog box that pops up. If the new device dialog does not appear upon the hardware's connection, click "Start," click "My Computer" and right-click the Coby MP3 player's device icon in Windows Explorer .Click "Start," click "My Music" and open the folder containing the music you wish to transfer onto the Coby MP3 player.
Drag and drop the music files or folders into the Coby MP3 player's open directory. Alternatively, you can highlight the music files or folders and click the "Copy the selected" link from the Files and Folders Tasks menu in the left column. Select the "Removable Disk" drive from the list of destinations.
With most mp3 players, media can be directly added without the use of a third party application. Try opening the Coby mp3 player removable disk on your hard drive (click on the mp3 players icon). It will open the players contents in finder. there you should be able to drag mp3s.
You just click on My Pictures on the start menu, on the right hand side. Then you repeat this step, but click My Computer. At the bottom you should see an icon that says Removable disk (E:). You click that, and you should see the folders of your coby mp3 player. Now you just drag a picture from the My Pictures program to Pictures on the coby mp3 player folder, and THERE YA GO!!!
Turn on MP3 player, goto settings, make sure USB Mode is set to MSC.
Connect to Computer, go to start, > my computer > double click removable disk drive > in the removable disk drive, should be a folder labeled PHOTODIR, drag all your photos to this, they have to be JPEG.
Its a little more difficult, I've included the link for a setup guide, at the bottom of the guide is step by step on how to do the video conversion:
1. Turn on Mp3 player, goto Settings, make sure USB mode is set to MSC or USB Device 2. Connect MP3 player to the computer 3. Go to Start button, under Start, go to My Computer 4. Under 'My Computer' there should be a drive labeled 'Removable Disk', double click on this drive. 5. Inside this drive (mp3 player) there should be a folder labeled (PhotoDIR). drag your photos *JPEG only* to this folder. 6. Disconnect MP3 player photos will show in the Photo location on the MP3 player