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first you must dowload limewire it is free or frostwire then put in you cable cord from the computer to the mp3 then got to my computer then it should say philiips E click that then got make a folder named music click that there should be nothing then dowload your music from limewire or frostwire then when it says 100% you drag it to your folder it should have a plus sign as you drag it over then let go last you ROCK OUT TO YOUR MUSIC!!!!!
Its easy just plug in your usb cable cord to ur computer 2 your mp3 then go to my computer u should see a link that says sumthing like phillips E then go in there make a folder named MUSIC then download limewire its free i have it or frostwire i have that to then download your music and when it reaches 100% you drag it over 2 the music folder ENJOY YOUR MUSIC!
1) All GoGears are completely incompatible with iTunes, AAC format. 2) Most GoGears are completely incompatible with Mac's, even though the computer will recognize it and appear to transfer songs.
There are a few possible answers:
1)Start simple - disconnect the GoGear from the computer - let it update - then reconnect it to the computer; if this fails, restart your computer and try syncing again
2)You need a firmware upgrade to make the device compatible with your computer: just open up Philips Device Manager (Start --> All Programs --> Philips) - if you don't see it, then re-run the installation CD or grab the "Device/Firmware Manager" from the Philips website; click on the update tab
3) The songs have Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection.Try re-downloading the songs without DRM protection.
4) The songs are in a format not recognized by the GoGear. The GoGear, for instance, will not take iTunes files b/c they are AAC format. With MP3 files, the player supports 32 –320kbps. With WMA: 5-192kbps with sampling rate 8.0kHz up to 44.1kHz. Right click the song file, and select "Save As", and then change the format of the song file. Or, redonwload, in the above-said format.
Go to www.usasupport.philips.com , enter in your GoGear model number, click on the exact model number, and then click on the software and drivers tab; there will be the latest version of the "Device/Firmware Manager" on the website.
If you clicked "yes" to an Update for your device, then all your songs have been wiped. Firmware Upgrades and Repairs (whether performed knowingly or unknowingly), will delete all songs from your GoGear.
Alternatively, when you have automatic synchronization set up for Windows Media Player, then re-syncing to the device when the songs don't exist on your computer will also cause the GoGear to be wiped. It's a feature of WMP that I don't like.