Question about Trekstor i.Beat jump MP3 Player
I have a ministry of sound mp3 player serial number MOSMP075X10. When I turn it on it comes up with the following message: Not enough memory. Connect to PC and delete 4M of songs for music library file. then it turns itself off. how do i fix it? I have a Trekstor iBeat Jump mp3 player and it displays exactly the same message. When I do connect it however, windows tells me it has to be formatted. I don't want to format it because I have some recordings on it. Is there no solution?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This depends on bit rate or quality and format. If wma then more space will be required. I use 192k which is the highest rate. I can put 3 hollywood movies from my purchased DVD's and store them on my emo. I do this in Ubuntu, the new African Operating System. I first convert the DVD to Mp4. Then I convert the Mp4 to SMV with a program http://www.cs.bgu.ac.il/~yurac/interests/smv-encode. This program allows you converts mp4 to video.mp4.smv. Emo can hold six motion pictures at high quality due to its 2G storage. But, what I do is use 1GB for video and 1GB for music. I am 50 years old and work at a customer service center. On breaks and at lunch I can listen to fm stereo, mp3 from cds, motion pictures from DVD in smv format with high quality, look at pictures from my photo album and of course do voice editing at work or on the road. I can upload the wav dictation files at full quality to my computer and email them to whomever. Camcorder files can also be converted to SMV video this is important.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
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It is not the MP3 player but the DRM copy protection on the cd. DO NOT BUY CDs WITH DRM PROTECTION. There are ways around the DRM - rip the cd into another format with software designed for this purpose.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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