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Connect the supplied USB cable to the MP3 player and then plug the other end of the USB cable into the USB port of a working computer. The computer will see this as an external storage device, you can then open the various folders and delete the unwanted files.
You can reformat it by plugging it into the computer using the usb cable. Once plugged in, the computer will recognize it as a new usb device. Open your Windows Explorer; right click Start button and choose Explore - this will open the windows explorer. On that window, under My Computer, look for the local drive letter associated with your MP3 player. Right click for the letter and choose Format.
Hi, what you need first is a usb cable that will connect your mp3 player with your computer, after getting this, connect the usb cable to side of your mp3, and the other end to your usb port on the computer system. Wait for sometime for your computer to recognize the usb and mp3 player.
Open your music files on your computer, right click on the folder and click on send to, select your mp3 player, and send all the music you want to transfer from your computer to the mp3 player to it.
Connect the USB cable to the MP3 player then power up a computer and plug this MP3 and cable into the computer's USB port.
You can also charge it by purchasing a 5V USB power adapter and plugging the MP3 player and cable into this adapter.
Connect the USB cable to the MP3 player then power up a computer and plug this MP3 and cable into the computer's USB port. You can also charge it by purchasing a 5V USB power adapter and plugging the MP3 player and cable into this adapter.
1. Plug one end of the USB cable to the USB port on your MP player. 2. Plug the other end of the USB cable to an empty port on your computer. The computer will automatically recognize it. 3. Double-click "My Computer" on your desktop. Your player will be listed as a hard drive on the new window. 4. Double-click your player to open it. Locate and open the "Media Library/Pictures" folder. Drag your JPEG photos to this folder to upload them to your player. 5. Click the "Safely Remove Hardware" button on the lower right of your screen. Highlight your player on the new hardware window, then click "Stop." When prompted, detach your player from your computer. This action prevents your player from loosing information.
i dont know the exact model. but there should be a usb cable that came with it. you should then plug the usb cable into the mp3 player and then plug it into the usb port on your computer. at which point on your computer it should have a popup notification recognizing a expansion drive. such as C: would be your hard drive and D: your cd/dvd rom. open the newly formed expansion drive and you can just copy the mp3's to the mp3 player.