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Loading itunes library into my sansa view ... how?

I don't know how to do it and if I can do it

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You will have to use windows media player to load your songs onto your mp3 player. Open windows media player and see if the songs you want are there (they should be). If not, go to itunes and right click on a song and click on a option that should say open file location and go there. Then transfer all of your songs to your windows media player and transfer them to your mp3 player. Then it should work. If you need any more help, ask.

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Why wont this sync with my itunes library?


Hi, Is the SanDisk Sansa Fuze compatible with iTunes? In some ways, it is. Unfortunately, the Sansa Fuze and iTunes don't always play nice together. You'll have to get a few workarounds to make these two sync together.

The SanDisk Sansa Fuze and iTunes

The SanDisk Sansa Fuze is natively a Windows product. You should be able to sync it with Windows Media Player automatically. However, not everyone owns a Windows PC and even if they do, they might store more music in their iTunes library.

If this is the case for you, you might find it helpful to be able to sync your Sansa Fuze with your iTunes music library. Bear in mind that you won't be able to sync apps, games or any other iTunes products that are not formatted for use on a Sansa Fuze.
Using iTunes with the Sansa Fuze

So, is the SanDisk Sansa Fuze compatible with iTunes? If you download the right software, it is. Apple offers a free download that works with many other non-iPod MP3 players, Sansa Fuze included.

Unfortunately, this product only runs on a Mac operating system. However, if you own a Mac, this is great news because it means you can still use your Fuze without buying a Windows PC.

If you use a Windows PC and want to transfer your iTunes music to the Fuze, don't lose hope - there's a way to do that, too.
Syncing the Sansa Fuze with iTunes

If you're using a Mac, visit this link for Apple's free software download. It comes directly from Apple, so you can be assured that it's spyware-free.

Install the software on your Mac. You need Mac OS X 10.4 or higher as well as iTunes version 8 or higher.

Plug your Sansa Fuze into the Mac and wait for the software to open. You should see a listing of your iTunes music library pop open in a window. You're then given the option to sync as many songs as possible onto your Fuze.

The syncing process is similar to syncing an iPod. Don't unplug the device until it's finished.
Syncing the iTunes Library in Windows

You can sync your Sansa Fuze with iTunes using a script called the Automator, found here. Once downloaded, open the script under your "Downloads" folder on your "C:" drive and find a string of characters that looks like this: "/Users/richard/Music/*.mp3".

Replace the name "Richard" with your own username. Don't change anything else. Select "File," "Save" from the menu.

Select the Automator icon with the right click button on your mouse and choose "Open with," "Automator Runner." If working properly, this should automatically sync the music from iTunes with your Sansa Fuze.

If that doesn't work, go into your iTunes library and highlight any DRM-protected tracks that you purchased from iTunes. Right-click and select "Make MP3 Version." These should now be compatible with the Automator.

This sounds like more or less of a "hack" than a solution, but this might be the only way to sync music from iTunes to your Fuze using Windows. If all else fails, make MP3 versions of the songs as shown above, then navigate to your iTunes folder where those files are stored. Then drag and drop these into Windows Media Player, where they should sync right onto your Fuze.



Hope that helps..

Feb 17, 2011 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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Can't load music onto my SanDisk Sanza Fuze Mp3 player


Itunes is what is known as proprietary software.
Which basically means that it only works with hardware of the same brand. (Apple- Ipod)
You will not be able Itunes to load mp3 files on a Sansa MP3 player.


Aug 01, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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How I can put new music into my Sandisk Sansa Fuse 2 G


thats easy. you plug the device into the computer and open itunes, windows media, ect. and look in the side bar for you device. it should say something along the lines of Sansa fuze 2gb.  (windows media) go to the sync tab and select library there should be a side bar labeled the devices name on the right side. drag music from the library by clicking and holding the selected items and moving it into the sidebar. when you are done with selecting  music simply click the sync  button at the bottom of the sync sidebar.  (itunes) open a new itunes window and drag items from your library to you device and click sync.

Mar 15, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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Please help.How do I put videos into my Sansa


ok try to use itunes software or windows media player software.
this may be user friendly for you.
Use itunes it is best
just add everything in the library then select synchronise to your mp3 player.
be sure to connect and your computer detect the mp3 player.
ok
cheers
uttam

Jan 13, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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I want to download music from itunes to my player I have a library at Itunes but I don't know how to download my music to the sansa 240 mp3 player


go to the media player double click then drag to the media player and then put it on your mp3 player then snyc it.

Sep 19, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Unable to download itunes from itunes library to sandisk clip mp3


Make sure the files are in MP3 or WMA file format. If they are in a different file format other than the ones above convert them because for audio those two are the file format that the sansa clip supports. Im not sure but iTunes convert songs to AAC or MP4 depending on the settings of it.

The best way to transfer songs tot he sansa clip is to change the mode of the player to MSC by going to Settings and then USB Mode. This would help detect the drive as a flash drive so you could copy and paste songs to it.

Nov 28, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player

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How to copy songs to sansa


www.sandisk.com
get the manual under warranty and manuals link.

Sep 14, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa m200 SDMX3-512 MP3 Player

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Sansa e260


Zune can only do unprotected content from ITunes, and i don't know how much is unprotected

iTunes only works with iPod generally

stick with Sansa? if you posted this is the right section, your Sansa should not be compatible with iTunes

Jun 27, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Loading My ITunes library into new Sansa Clip


Hey guyi,

According to information provided by the manufacturer (Sandisk), the Sansa Clip MP3 player can use two different methods to upload songs: a simple drag-and-drop interface, or syncronizing the player with Windows Media Player.

With the traditional drag-and-drop interface, you would need to connect the player to your computer and select the "Open device to view files using Windows Explorer" option when it is presented. Once you have done this, you should be able to double-click on the "Sansa" player and then the "Music" folder. After this folder has been opened, you should be able to drag and drop (or copy/paste) the files into this folder to upload them to the player.

For more information or instructions on how to add files to your Sansa music library using Windows Media Player however, you may wish to refer to your owner's manual or the following link on the manufacturer's website:

http://www.sandisk.com/assets/File/Downloads/user-guides/clip-usermanual.pdf

Unfortunately Windows Media Player does not currently appear to support the ability to directly import iPod playlists, but if you keep most of your music files in the same folder/directory on your computer, both programs should be able to share the same music library. Please keep in mind that this may only apply to music that you loaded onto the computer yourself and other unprotected file formats that both programs recongize (like .MP3 files), and may not necessarily apply to copy-protected songs downloaded from iTunes or other online music services.

Hope this helps you out.

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Aaron
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May 06, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Don"t know how to trans fer music i bought from itunes to sansa e200 2gb plae?r


Try downloading the Rhapsody Real player app, and import your Itunes file to the Rhapsody library. The files will be converted and will be able to be transferred to your mp3.

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