Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
heres what i did:
when u plug in your mp3 player, s screen should pop up click view files. when you download songs in limewire they should save in your documents so you pull your documents up and their should be a limewire file. go to the saved one. then transfer the songs saved to your mp3 player and it should work! worked for me :)
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
Go to the sytem Settings menu and go to this option:
Display Art in Lists
Enabling this feature displays a small image of the song album cover, audiobook
cover, and photos when scrolling through list of these items.
1. Scroll down to Display Art in Lists and select it.
2. Use thumbwheel to switch between On (enable) and Off (disable).
If changing this option to enable fials to resolve the issue, the solution is a bit painful: You will have to manually add the artwork to each single song within an album in Windows Media Player 11, delete the song that is missing the artwork off your sansa, and re-add the songs again after you are done manually ediitng the artwork.
Manually add album art (WMP 11)
1. Run WMP.
2. Click Library on the top bar.
3. Select and right-click the file(s) you wish to update and select Advanced Tag Editor.
4. Click the Picture tab, then click Add.
5. Navigate to the image you wish to use for album art then click Open.
6. Click Apply then OK.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
I have a phillips go gear. If you have the songs in mp3, simply plug in your go gear using the usb cable provided, a screen will apear confirming that your go gear has been recognised asking you what you want to do click on open folder option.
Now you just need to drag your mp3 into that folder and there you go, music transfered
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Try to transfer the tracks from the explorer.
1 Connect the Rio Carbon to a computer using the supplied USB cable.
2 Double-click My Computer on the Windows Desktop or in the Start Menu.
3 Locate MP3 or WMA audio files on the computer.
4 Highlight files and/or folders to transfer to the Rio Carbon.
5 Click Edit.
6 Click Copy.
7 Double-click My Computer on the Windows Desktop or in the Start Menu to open another window.
8 In the new window, locate the Rio Carbon (X:) icon that is associated with the Rio Carbon. (X equals the drive
letter assigned to the Rio Carbon.)
9 Double-click Rio Carbon (X:).
Posted on May 25, 2010
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