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Success! If you own an AMP'D MP3 player and have been suspicious about the manufacturer's claim that attaching it to a computer will disable it....you were right to be suspicious. Leaving the device turned OFF, attach it to your computer with a USB cable, after Windows cannot find a driver, go into DEVICE MANAGER and select the device and install the ADDONICS USB STORAGE DEVICE driver located under the UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS CONTROLLER Header. Again, leave your MP3 Player OFF. After the driver installs Windows should assign the player a drive letter and then you can simply copy the music you have to your computer. Additionally, you can write TO the player, using it as a portable mass storage device.
ensure that the player supports the file type you want to play. as it only has 512mb i think the player is not the newest one.
problematic files for older players:
- not mp3 files (e.g. wma, ogg)
- variable bitrate (vbr)
you shouldn't need special software. the player should be detected as usb-flash-device. just put on files by drag and drop.
If you are running windows vista or XP, try running the easyrip installer as an administrator. To do this, right click the installer program file, and choose "run as administrator" (third one from the top). Hope that helps.
After installation, you can start communication between the phone and the computer through either cable (special cable connecting the phone to USB port) or bluetooth port. You need a USB dongle attached to your computer if you use bluetooth. The special cable can be purchased from Nokia website.
The Nokia PC suite allows you to input files directly to your phone's memory or SD card from the computer. The Music Player or Media Player in your phone can play the music files. It supports both Midi and MP3 files.
However, if you plug the player into your computer via usb, does it not show up as a drive in your list under "My Computer" ?
If so, you should be able to drag and drop your songs into it that way. (In some cases, Windows assigns an incorrect drive letter to usb drives when you have networked drives attached and you can't see them. There is a way to solve this if that is the case.)
Some music players convert the files to some special format to prevent copying; I am not sure if the Sandisk is one of those.
You can record, but you need to get a special attachment. One is available here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000ENQT1W/ref=pd_cp_e_1?pf_rd_p=250314601&pf_rd_s=center-41&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B000F9LRYO&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=14PAPGFNZWDWTJK59GWJ