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The following may help: 1) Ensure that your Music files are of the correct format (usually .MP3 or .WMA suffix and usually NOT .WAV which is the standard CD format)2) Ensure that you upload your music .MP3 or .WMA files to the correct directory and names are not excessively long as some MP3 will limit the max name length. If you know a working song on your MP3, locate the directory it resides in and put your songs there.3) If you have uploaded your songs with the correct naming convention/suffix and you now see them in your player list but they will not play, then your MP3/WMA file has non-compatible 'property' whcih is usually the encoding 'bit rate' (usually anything under 128mbps fix rate is good but you can see what is acceptable by looking at the 'properties' of your working songs that are on your MP3 player)
ps. To reformat your Music files to the player acceptabel format, you need to download and use a 'Audio Media Converter'.
you have the play mode set to "intro",
how to solve this;
1) start playing a song.
2)Press the "Mode" button quickly, don't hold it down, just press it quick.
3)Select Play Mode by pressing the Mode button
4)Select "N" normal
yes you can your mp3 player can play both wma or mp3 types of format so if you have songs in your windows media player or you have a other sorce that you use to play your music with you can upload your music to your nextar,it should have came with a usb cable plug 1 end into your nextar and the other end into your computer to upload any of your downloaded music including any music that you have stored on your computer off cd's or and music that you got off the internet.
If your mp3 player truly is a Nextar MA933A - which I doubt - you can't do it directly. You would have to transfer the songs from your SD card to your PC, and then move them from your PC to the Nextar.
The songs you are trying to load to the Mp3 player are not compatible with the Nextar - a good test for this would be to connect your Nextar to the PC, open Windows Media Player, and click the Library tab, then the Sync tab - if a little blue "i" appears next to the song, it will not work with your Nextar. In fact, any song that is not in mp3 format or unprotected WMA (very few WMA's are unprotected unless you Ripped them directly from CD) will not play in the Nextar.
i have a nextar ma933a mp3 player trying to download songs from my apple computer from itunes please help me its for my 4year old son he is so excited but i have no idea how to make the darn thing work so please please help me.