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All you need is to connect the player to the PC and see if the player is detected . Now the drive will be seen on the PC and the required media files can be downloaded or copied to the player. For some players a media converter is needed like the apple iPod where iTunes must be downloaded and converted , Similarly for Philips the media converter must be used as the player might not read some unknown files and can hang the player.
You are correct...You have the wrong format on some of your songs to play in your player.
You will need a format converter to convert the itunes (AAC format) songs into mp3 or wma to work in your player.
You can download a FREE format converter at this website:
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The Philips GoGear Micro Jukebox is a portable MP3 player that plays MP3 files and WMA files and also displays photos. Download music, copy it to the GoGear player and enjoy your tunes everywhere you go.
Things You'll Need:
* Philips GoGear and USB cable * Internet connection * Online music download service * Secure method of making online payments * Windows Media Player software
Download music in MP3 or WMA formats. You can buy songs from many online sources. If you choose to buy from iTunes, be aware that you will need to convert them from the native iTunes format to MP3 files. The iTunes software will do this for you.
Import the songs to your Windows Media Player Library if they are not already there. Windows Media Player can be set to check for new files in certain folders each time it launches, so this might happen automatically. . Connect the Philips GoGear device to your computer with the USB cable and click on the "Sync" tab in Windows Media Player. Drag songs you want to copy to the "Sync list" on the right-hand side of the Windows Media Player window.
Click on the "Start Sync" button at the bottom of the list pane when you have all of the songs on the list. You should be able to check at the top of the list pane to see how much space is available on your MP3 player in order to make sure you have enough room.
Wait while the files transfer and then disconnect the player from your computer. You may have to click on "Safely Remove Hardware" in your system tray (usually on the bottom right corner of the screen) depending on your computer.
Your Coby player is not compatible with iTunes. What you will have to do is to download the songs from iTunes, and, provided the songs do NOT have copy protection on them (possibly unlikely), you will need to download a free program like Media Monkey to convert the songs to Mp3 format. Once the songs are converted to mp3 format, you can use either Media Monkey or Windows Media Player to transfer the songs to your mp3 player.
You can call Philips and register the product with them.
This GoGear is not compatible with iTunes.
You will need to use a converter like Media Monkey to convert those iTunes songs (AAC) format into mp3 format (but it will only convert the unprotected songs).
Then you can use Windows Media Player to transfer the songs to your GoGear.
Then click on itunes 7 and download it. Once you download and install itunes, you are able to transfer all your songs from your computer onto the ipod. Or you can go to the ipod music store to purchase songs.
regarding videos: you'll probably have to convert them in order for them to fit onto your ipod. You can easily just google 'ipod video converter' and download one from there.