Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You may not have set up the AMT Media Manager program that actually comes with the device.
use the USB connection and look at the file list for the AMT player. There should be an ISO file on there called something like "AMT_Media_Manager.iso". Use any good CD buring program and use the "Burn an ISO Image" option and, when it asks for the course file, point to the iso file on the player. It will then burn the CD.
When complete, insert the CD into your PC and it should come up with an install prompt. Follow this and it will install the media manager ontoyour PC. Once installed, use this manager to transfer files to the device. In that way, it will automatically convery them to a usable file for the player.
Hope this helps,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
u need a song compression software thats all u search it over the net ,download it and with its help try to load ur mp3 player
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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