Question about Audio Players & Recorders
U need to connect it to the computer
then go to beemp3.com and search for a song ..... once u put the song name, in click the song ..... it will open another page type the ... u will see a box with 3 to 4 letters type it into the other box. ( a clarification code)...another sreen will open right click the song name thats in blue...click save target as, then go to my computer and click the last file ... go to music and click on it ... then click save at the bottom corner
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Transferring mp3 files
you have to convert it to the right file type (smv) insert the mini disc or send me 9.99 and I'll send you a regular cd with the machspeed motherboard drivers complete instructions and file convert software.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
Once you insert the mp3 player, the computer automatically detect the device, were you can see the folder inside of your mp3, create a folder from file, new, folder.
Now open the folder where the music was downloaded usually you can see that file at my document, save/complited folder, select all the file, copy
Open the new folder (which you created) in the mp3 then paste the songs that was downloaded.
To play the music in the mp3 player, just find the folder you created.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
SOURCE: transfering music
Download LimeWire or FrostWire (i prefer frost.) and download all the songs you want. Its very simple to use, so dont need to go into detail for that. Than (assuming you have a windows computer) open up 'Windows Media Player' and on the top tabs click 'Sync'.
Dont minimize, but make the FrostWire window small, but where you have all your downloaded music click/drag-able. highlight all songs/media pieces and drag them to the sync playlist on the right side of Windows Media Player. Click Start Sync and wait a bit.
That should solve your problem mredmarin. Let me know if it did!
Have a good day :)
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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Turn on your computer. Connect your Samsung MP3 player to your PC via the USB cord. Power on your Samsung MP3 Player.
Click on "Open folder to view files" when it pops up or click on my computer and select the Samsung "drive."
Transfer music. A folder will appear containing all music files on your Samsung Player. Click and drag any music files from your computer to this folder to add them to your MP3 player.
Wait until the transfer is finished to disconnect your Samsung MP3 Player.
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