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I think you are asking if Reverse Phone lookups are useful - of course they are!
Perhaps you missed a phone call and don't recognize the number. Use a reverse phone lookup to try to find out who called you.
There are many online resources for such searches - the most reliable are paid-for.
However, you could try typing the full phone number into Google's search box. You'll probably see the number listed in dozens of different phone directories.
If the number is attached to a business, that business (usually) will show up in the first five search results.
If the number is attached to a private household, the address most likely will not show up attached to the number. However, if that person has placed their number anywhere else on the Web, perhaps at a social networking site, then that listing will show up.
But generally this is just yahoo's security feature that doesn't allow you to open attachments from unknown sources. Add the person's email address to your contacts list and see if that doesn't solve it.
Itunes uses a file format called AAC. There aren't too many players other than the Ipods that can play AAC files. This is why your songs won't play on your Sandisk player. What you need to do is get a mp3 converter, I personally recommend DBPoweramp, excellent program and can convert nearly everything. Once you convert your AAC files to mp3, they should play no problem...
Click the "attach" button in Mail and browse to the location of the song.
This is usually in your User folder (the little house) in the music folder. Like so:
User name > Music > iTunes > iTunes Music > [artist name] > [album name] > [song title]
Pick the song you want to attach and hit Send.
Several possible "gotchas" though:
- Songs you buy from iTunes may be "protected" files. MP3s should be fine.
- Some email systems limit the size of file attachments, so your email may not make it.
(Transfer using something like YouSendIt.com instead.)
Hope that helps.
I have one, which is made by a company called Mach Speed. It plays through the FM freq. If yours is like mine I would make sure the songs on either the flash drive or the digital card play like they should in the computer first. I have about 1gb on mine, so I purchased some smaller flash cards in order to make it easier to manage my music because my songs play in groups, and you you have to scroll through each song in order to get to a particular song.
Also if yours is like mine, mine only plays MP3s so make sure that all of the music is MP3s. I had different types of files mixed before I realized why some songs wouldn't play.
Honestly, I am not too impressed with my player, but it works.
I fixed this error by right clicking on the internal storage withing the player, formatting. Then copy one song to the flash, and while it is still plugged up to the computer, double click on the song within the flash it'self as if to play it on the computer. Allow it to play a little and then disconnect the player from the computer. Play the song that you copied. Then you can re-attach the player to the computer and copy songs back on to it.
you cant expect all mp3 players to play as many songs as u wnt. each mp3 player has a limit of memory card that needs to be attached. see whats the maximum memory your mp3 player can support. and also see if you can locate all the songs when the SD card is connected to your computer