How do you checkout with the walmart mp3 download card
So I bought this walmart mp3 download card. I picked the songs, added them to the cart, and put in the card number. Now it wants me to create an account and pay for the songs with a credit card. I already paid for this card! what is wrong with this stupid site!
Re: How do you checkout with the walmart mp3 download...
You do have to have an account to check out.
So 1. Sign up for a free account. It allows access to all of the Walmart website, not just the music.
2. Go to the music "store" and select your tunes
3. On the Menu bar there is a "redeem" choice, click that
4. You should be on a page that asks for the code on your card, enter that code exactly as it is on the card
5. When you hit enter, it comes up with the same page (slightly confusing) but you do not have to enter your code again, look near the bottom of the screen and you should have the options to continue shopping or go to check out.
6. If you're done, go to check out, if not go back to shopping and finish selecting your tunes.
I just redeemed 11 songs off a 15 song card. No charges, no problems.
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If you aren't having luck accessing the mem card from your computer when it is in your phone using the USB cable, try moving the songs directly to the mem card with a card reader (most laptops now have a card reader slot built in) or a reader can be purchased fairly cheap too. The MP3 files must not be encrypted/copywrite file, and they must be stored in the proper "folders" (directory structure) on the mem card for your phone to locate them.You should have (or create) a folder called "mobile" on the card. All other folders will go in this "mobile" folder. MP3 or ACC files must be in another folder (within the "mobile" folder). Name this folder "audio" ... an MP3 cannot have a bitrate higher than 128kbps.
--hope this helps...good luck!
do you have an Ipod? If so, you can go to itunes, and it's real cheap to download songs. You can even download songs without attaching a credit card to the account, they have prepaid cards in Walmart and Target. Anyways, in iTunes store, you go to power search, on the right side, type in your artist, click on the song you want (it will say buy song) and then you go to recently added on the right side of the screen in itunes and drag the song to your ipod above. :) Hope that helps.
You will need to buy the music from Itunes..once you buy them you will have to transfer them to your sansa using your windows media player...Itunes wont allow you to transfer to your sansa using their applications...Just make sure your device is on MTP mode and go to your windows media player to transfer the songs..
I hope that helps Thank you
the small card fits in to the biggerones to transfer files from your phone to your computer or a photo station.( like at walmart) where you insert the card and print photos. AS to getting music on it i have found the easiest way is once installed in your phone go to i tunes and down load them. or you can search songs on yahoo mobile as mp3 and save them to the card as well.
Same thing happened to me. I was using windows media player to sync my song and it says my player was using 260 mb of space even though it was formatted time after time. I simply loaded as many song as I could fit on the player. When I unplugged it and plugged it back in, windows media now showed that missing 260 mb of space as available. The only catch is that the song I had already uploaded on to the player were not shown on the sync list.