I have itunes and the music that I have in itunes wont transfer to my rca mp3 player. I have tried to put those songs into a seperate folder, tried to import that folder into my rca mp3 library but it wont transfer, any solutions?
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Re: my music wont transfer to my player
I have a few for you. The music needs to be in mp3 format I use a program called super sound recorder and it converts them to mp3 or wave. once you record the music the new one you will need to rename on super. and drop and drag into player.
You can do the same thing with a free program called. mp3 conversion tool. good luck.
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because Sansa is not an Apple product it may not show up with I tunes. However, you can still
put your music on the player. Have windows open the device with the file browser. After that go to
my doccuments/my music/itunes/itunes music and you should be able to find your files and transfer them to your player. Some proprietary formats by Apple may not be compatable but
you can use a utility like WinFF or AVS converter to convert them for the Sansa.
You can only put non-DRM iTunes music on your Opal (.m4a I think is the extension unprotected music, so if your music has this extension you sould be ok)
There is no important disk that comes with the RCA Opal. You can run the easyRip installer and during the install it will prompt you whether you want to "import" media from iTunes to easyRip (all this process really does is map to it, not copy it) and any media that gets imported by easyRip can be transferred to your player using easyRip's Player Loader module.
go to my computer open the c: drive, then find the file that you had save your music. and open that file....connect the mp3 player (brand, model) to pc once connected open mp3 (copy music files from c::, paste all to mp3)
if your mp3 is an ipod you must download itunes and dowload the music from c: using itunes
Here is the info from Sony:
Is it possible to drag and drop music from the Apple® iTunes® software to the portable player using the Content Transfer Application?
Yes, if you have iTunes software installed, you can transfer music and playlists from iTunes software to the Walkman® player by dragging and then dropping the files to the Content Transfer application.
The Content Transfer application supports data transfer from iTunes software 7.6 or 7.7 to the Walkman player.
The Content Transfer application supports data transfer from iTunes software 8.0. However, for playlist transfer from iTunes software 8.0 to the Walkman player, make sure you are using the latest version of the Content Transfer application. The latest version can be downloaded from the Sony Support Web Site at http://esupport.sony.com
Digital Rights Management (DRM) copyright-protected files are not supported. iTunes music files may be able to be upgraded to iTunes Plus music files, which do not contain DRM.
Do not disconnect the USB connection during data transfer.
If there is insufficient free space on the portable player, the data cannot be transferred.
The Content Transfer application is included with most newer Walkman Video players. It also is available for additional models in the NWZ-A, NWZ-E, and NWZ-S series. Some models may require an update to be compatible. Additional model-specific information can be found in the Drivers & Software section of the Sony Support Web Site at http://esupport.sony.com.
Try going to my documents and look for the audibe file and push it and put your songs unto the audible file and then transfer it to your Mp3 player if the sound dosen't work you need to get a new mp3 player because RCA dosen't work that well. This is my second time buyin g a RCA Mp3 player I'm about to try it out wish me luck it will be pretty hard but i think i can do it. if it dosen't work i will scream