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Re: Won't show loaded music
Open mp3 file and totom music file and copy accross one song , close pages and shut down tomtom s/w , disconect from pc and turn on goto album that song should now be listed if it plays you will need to repeat procedure for the rest of songs not 1by1 but all.
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Your DB might be corrupt. Folow the delete procedure one more time:
Delete Music Files
1) Connect your Sansa to the computer.
2) Select Open device to view files using Windows Explorer on initial
3) Select the place where you want to delete music files from
4) Highlight and delete the music file/s or folder from My Computer\Sansa
e200\...\MUSIC folder. (You can also select from a variety of music
software programs to transfer/synchronize your files).
If that fails, go ahead and update the firmware - it will delete everything, and allow you to start over from scratch among other things.
If I'm not mistaken you need to have all files that you want show up in Sprint Music Player on the memory card in a folder that says MUSIC or AUDIO. From there open your Windows Media Player and click on Menu and then Click Update Library. Once all Songs are updated exit out of and go to Sprint Music Store. From there click on Library, then go to music note (All Songs tab). It should show you all of the songs that are available. Click on anyone and they should all load on the Now Playing screen. Try that and see if it works.
Hmmm, the Zumo doesn't have a harddrive, it's flash memory. The best place to store mp3's is on a fast SD card, and don't get the biggest size and cram it full, I had like 100 mp3's on a card adding up to almost 450 mins of music, started up without a problem. Not as fast but pretty snappy!
usually mp3 players comes with an installer because it has different software.... there are mp3s that can trasfer music from computers through copy and paste... but in your case, maybe that's not adviceable... try to look for an installer... if you dont mind, what's the brand of your mp3 player? maybe i can help you find software installer....
just got my A-Data 8GB card today and proceeded to load it up with 7.2GB of MP3s (nearly full capacity).
I timed with my wrist watch the bootup times and there was no difference in the boot times whether the SD card loaded up with MP3's was inserted in the unit or not. What did change is that even one minute after booting up the songs wouldn't show up in the "MP3 Player" window, it just had a blanked out browse button and a generic icon like it has when no music is loaded.
It took a full 90 seconds or so for the MP3 player to actually become responsive and show my selections, but after that it was working normally (from what I can tell).
Check the bitrate of the songs which didn't make it. If they are too low they are ignored. Also some machines won't tolerate VBR MP3s (variable bitrate)
Downloading songs off the Internet can be the cause of this problem. Not all people converting music to MP3s for the Internet use the same specifications. In future keep an eye on the bitrates of the music. Many people use lower rates so they can fit more on their computers but the portable players don't always like them.