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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
download mp3 software from sony website ,, n then u r able to play mp3 songsn can put mp3 files direct to mp3 without convertning them ,, but in this sony sony u have to conert songs into AC3 b4 u put them into ur mp3 ,,so I suggest u to download this program
Posted on Aug 02, 2007
SOURCE: format error
It's an unsupported file format. Are you trying to play files that were ripped in I-tunes? I-tunes does not make mp3s, it makes m4a files, which are not supported. Make sure the files you put on this player are mp3 files. You can also use wma files, but you will probably need to use Windows Media Player to transfer those files.
Let me know how you get on & shout if you need more help!
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
I came across the same problem with my Muvo V100. It appears that the unit has a folder access limit of some kind (seems to be 24 folders not sure what detrmines the ones it chooses). I synch with Windows media player and it creates a folder called Music in the root. Within that folder it places sub folders named for the band that the music is from. Within those folders it creates yet further sub folders with the name of the CD the music came from and then finally within those it places the MP3 or WMA files. It appears there may be too many sub folders for the Muvo to be able read all the music. I took all of the MP3 and WMA files and pulled them out to the main Music folder. I then deleted all of the sub folders named for the bands and the albums. When I start the Muvo now it allows access to all of the songs. There may be a way within Windows media player to configure the synch so it doesn't create all of these sub folders. I've not checked. If it is then it would eliminate the manual work of pulling the music files out to the main Music sub folder.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
Plug in your MP3 player to your computer. Open
the player list. Locate the songs you want to change and right click on the song. One of the options listed should be "rename". Simply type in the name you wish and left click in any blank area on the screen.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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