I would use a cassette adaptor to play songs from my iPod and one day I put the cassette in and it wouldn't read it. The arrow on the interface would go up, then down, then up, then down then spit the tape out. whats going on?
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Pretty common problem. I knew some people who had theirs fixed, others found replacements for cheaper than repair. If it is only the motors not turning, do like I did and get a cassette adaptor. Plug the iPod into it.
<p>An iPod can store hundreds of songs makes it an ideal source
for music on your car. Buy an adapter is the easiest and cheapest way to
connect your iPod to your car stereo system. Do you know which adapter fits you
best and know how to use the first steps to expand their musical possibilities.
<p>Tape deck <br />
<p>1. Buy an iPod adapter cassette player, if your car has a
cassette player. This is one of the easiest and cheapest way to get your iPod
to play music from a car radio. A cassette adapter is shaped like a tape with a
wire connected to an end. <br />
<p>2. For a cassette adapter or a store of electronic music in
good standing. This adapter is relatively easy to find and can usually be
purchased for less than $ 20. <br />
<p>3. Slide the cassette tape in the car. Take the end of the
cable and connect the headset to your iPod. Select a song to your iPod and
press the "Play". Be sure to order the car stereo's cassette player. <br />
<p>FM Transmitter <br />
<p>1. Purchase an FM transmission adapter if your car has a
cassette player. This type of adapter connects to both your iPod headphone jack
or car cigarette lighter and stream music via FM radio signal. <br />
<p>2. In an FM adapter to send any electronics store. This
adapter is a little more expensive than a cassette adapter. Make sure you have
an FM transmitter instead, for many FM stations broadcast from a transmitter
can only be transmitted to a unit to buy. This gives you more options when
you're in certain areas where FM stations are vague or nonexistent. <br />
<p>3. Connect the FM transmitter for the iPod to a lighter
(depending on model purchased). Turn on your car's FM radio and find a channel
that is unoccupied. Adjust the transmitter to the channel number exactly the
same and then to match the iPod. For example, 99.1 FM if you find a free
channel in your area, the FM transmitter on 99.1 reading. Connect the iPod and
press "Play." <br />
<p>Extra- <br />
<p>1. Purchase an additional cable if your car has an auxiliary
input panel. This type of iPod adapter is one of the easiest ways for your iPod
to play music in the car. <br />
<p>2. Find a reputable shop and buy an electronic overhead.
This type of iPod adapter is usually sold for about $ 10. <br />
<p>3. Connect the cable to the extra auxiliary input on the
dashboard of your car and plug it into the iPod headphone jack. Make sure the
sound of the car is in standby mode. Select a number and press the
"Play" button on the iPod to the music to start. <br />
<p>You can add an iPod to a stock radio in your car, even if
the plant does not have an auxiliary input or iPod input using a specific
number of iPod car accessories. One such accessory is a cassette adapter that
plugs into your iPod as a headset, but ends on a cassette tape to your stock
cassette radio. However, not all cars have cassette players, thus more
accessible to the FM transmitter. <br />
<p>1. Connect your iPod to an FM transmitter, if you connect
headphones to the iPod. <br />
<p>2. Connect the FM transmitter to your cigarette lighter to
power and then to the transmitter. <br />
<p>3. Press up and down on the transmitter to the FM
transmitter to change, you will pass the signal to your radio. Choose a station
that is not a radio station on it so you do not interrupt the signal. <br />
<p>4. Set your stock radio to the channel you selected on your
transmitter and then play the songs on your iPod. You will see the songs on
your iPod through the radio station you selected. <br />
If the file is corrupt, then it will skip until it finds one that it can play. I had this on some songs I ripped from a scratched up CD. At a certain point, the files are not clear enough for the iPod/iTunes, and will be skipped. This can also happen if you've unplugged without ejecting the iPod first while you were transferring music. I would recommend either playing a different song, or if it is doing it to all of them, put the iPod into DFU mode. You should be able to google that and have no problem with it. It will wipe your iPod, however.
Don't replace it. Go to Walmart and buy an adapter. It is usally at the check out somewhere and It cost about $5.00. It has a cassette that goes into the cassette player. Then you plug your ipod or whatever into the attached wire. Doesn't look cool but it works and it is inexpensive. The adapters with the cd player attached skip (we had one 20 years ago) so just buy the new kind of adapter for less and play all your up to date gadgets. Put your cd songs on your ipod or iphone. Our son uses one in his truck with his little ipod shuffle. No cd player needed.
It is possible that the problem is it is either you are putting the song in an incorrect folder or your are suppose to use a program to sync music in the MP3 player for it to detect the audio or songs properly.
just like iTunes on an iPod if iTunes is not used then the audio can be put in the folder of the MP3 player/iPod but will not be detected when the MP3 player is used to play the song/music, Same goes for you Samsung MP3 Player I suggest you check for an application or program that you may need to use in order to get the Audio/Song/Music detect when putting them in the Samsung MP3 Player.
I hope this helps.
Have a nice day,