Question about Lasonic VP-01SBK Digital Media Player
I don't know how download music on my MP3 player
The best way is to download realplayer. after you download it, it wil tell you what to do from there.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: can't put music on my mp3 player
First of all, go to a site where you can download mp3s, like 4shared.com or Limewire.com. However, it's recommended that you purchase them safely and legally, like on iTunes or Wal-mart Music downloads. Save the file and download it to a folder on your computer. The mp3 will take a while to download but when it's finished, you can open it with a music program on your computer, like Windows Media Player or iTunes and listen to it. Make sure your mp3 player is plugged in and it shows up as a device on your "My Computer" and that it shows up on your music program. You can most likely drag the mp3 from the program to your mp3 player. Hope that clears everything up! If not, just comment me.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Music can be download from many sources on the internet or ripped from a cd.... if you are looking to download music >.>
you can find legal downloads on jamglue.com or use the free P2P program Limewire for your enjoyment.
If you are looking to add music or videos to you media player notify me with the product name and the type of computer you are using...
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Did your unit come with a USB cable, if yes then simply plug it into a usb socket in your PC and the MP3 player will be seen as a "removable disc" , navigate and find the folder to store the mp3 in. Cut and paste and enjoy. The mp3 player should be on or this.
Posted on May 05, 2009
Windows Media Player has the Sync tab. I believe that WMP 9 does. But not 10. Either way, you can just open up the player in the My Computer folder. Then copy and paste any music files you have.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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