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Does it play on the mp3 but no sound comes out of the earphones? Also check the earphones to see if they work on other devices.
If the earphones are working well, then there might be a problem with the earphone jack of the mp3 player. Take to a technician for correction.
To delete MP3 files, you must first find the location of the actual files. To do this, you can use your operating system's search feature to find the specific file, or, alternatively, from your music player, you might be able to reveal the location of the file by choosing to view more info.
Deleting should be as simple as dragging your file to the trash.
Connecting the player to the computer should create a removable drive. You should be able to see it by double clicking the My Computer icon on your desktop. Try copying the MP3 files directly to this drive by copying them from your music folder and pasting inside the removable drive. Please check and tell me if it works
Once you plug in the MP3 player, open Windows Media Player and you should see it listed as a device. Right-click the device in the left-hand column of the Windows Media Player and click 'Set Up Sync'. Put a check in the 'Sync this device automatically' checkbox and then add one of your existing playlists that are in the list on the left side to the right side by selecting the list and clicking the 'Add' button, located between the two lists. If you don't have a playlist, you'll need to create one.
Once you have all the songs you want to add to your mp3 player added to your playlist, you can then select the device again, and click the 'Sync' tab at the upper, right-hand corner of your Windows Media Player and then click 'Start Sync' to sync the playlist with your mp3 player.
Any songs you want to add or remove from your device, you simply add or remove them from your playlist and then sync it again.
If your MP3 player can attach "USB" support than fit it in your computer. Then open the Drive: "D: or E or F" that your song are stored. And select your desired song that you wanted to load "copy", "download" in your MP3 player. To select a multiple files "song" Press ctrl and click the song that you want. After this Press "Ctrl+C simultaneously " or right click on one of the selected song then choose Copy.
After this open your MP3 Player and press "Ctrl+V simultaneously" or right click on your mouse and choose Paste.
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