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Copyrighted information? I want to load EBooks from my library so I can listen to books, but my Philips Go SA2628 won't allow copyrighted material? Any reccommendations? Do I buy a different kind of MP3 player and if so, which one? Thanks, Shane

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I have a gogear 2gb sa2628/37 how do you down load music?


download winamp free from winamp.com and it will connect with your device and help you manage your music library

Feb 15, 2011 | Philips MP3 & Digital Media Players

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Trying to transfer downloaded book from library


It depends what format you downloaded the book and from whom. There are tons of readers ect. Also wma means it must be an audio book. For example mobipocket will let you download books but you need the mobipocket reader to view the books. Others you can't transfer because of copyright ect.

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Loading E books


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I have a Philips GOgear SA5285 and I can load the audible audiobooks and they go to the audiobook file but when I load my library books from Netlibrary.com they load as songs and do not have book marks, so...


If you are a newbie, and you primarily want the mp3 player for audiobooks, then go ahead and take this player back to the store - I'll tell you why:
The deal between Audible and Philips fell through before the latest series of GoGear's was released. Therefore, even though the player has an Audible folder, it will not properly play Audible audiobook files. Sad, but true.

Your post reminds me that I need to write a Consumer Watch article on mp3 players that claim to play audiobooks - 90% of them will not easily allow you to play audiobooks - you will have to jump through hoops.

If you still want to try, here is what you want to do:
1. Delete any audiobooks off the GoGear, but make sure that you have a copy of the audibooks on your computer itself.
2. Open Windows Media Player. Find your audiobook files in your library. If they don't show up, then you will have to move your mouse over the Library tab - a small black arrow should appear underneath the word "Library" - click the black arrow and select "Add to Library". Click "Add" and find the folder in which your Audible files are stored. It may take several minutes, but Windows Media Player will add these files to Windows Media Player.
3. Right-click an Audiobook file starting with Chapter 1 of whatever book, and select "Advanced Tag Editor". One-by-one, manually assign an a track number to each audiobook chapter - Track 1 for Chapter 1, Track 2 for Chpater 2, etc.
4. Now, re-add the audiobook files to your GoGear.
5. You might additionally have to go into the Settings menu of your GoGear, and turn Shuffle mode off - your user's manual can show you how to do this.

Sound like a lot of work? You betcherbottom dollar it's a lot of work. This particular mp3 player is not the best for audiobooks.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Mar 11, 2009 | Philips GoGear SA5285/37 Digital Media...

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Audiobook from netlibrary


ebooks are usually copyrighted or another type of audio format, you have to make sure the ebooks your trying to listen to are MP3 or Unprotected Windows Media Audio files, that is all this device will recognize.

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GOGEAR SA 3345/37 - Computer is not recognizing player as a player


The 5125 recognizes copyright-encryption and has an Audiobook feature

The 3345 does not recognize copyright-encryption, and does not support audiobooks - if you want some laughs - the file system in the 3345 has an Audible folder, but the player does not recognize Audible - it was a design fluke

Philips 2008 models are a step down for the 2007 models, if you ask me

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Taking books I down loaded at the library off


It depends on the agreement you have with the library, most in the country allow 3 downloads before it quits, to avoid people passing them around for free. Overdrive is the choice of most libraries now and they all have DRM type of capabilities. The player will play only what it is allowed to by the file.

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"Synchronize to continue your subscription"


To get rid of that message, you need to connect your Sansa to your computer and open the Rhapsody software to "deauthorize" your Sansa (assuming that you're not going to be using the Rhapsody service). The following URL gives you two options on how to deauthorize your device (look at the bottom section of the page): http://home.real.com/product/help/chandler/en/instruction/auth_deauth_pd-textonly.htm

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