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If on iTunes it will only allow music that you have purchased from iTunes. Anything else it sees are pirated. You can get over this by buying an iTunes Match subscription. This allows you to transfer any music it iCloud and iTunes, so when you synch, all your music is there. You can drag your music from Windows Media player to iTunes.
If you are using a Windows phone, just Google the problem as someone will have come across it before.
Rather than Synching, you may be able to drag individual tracks to the player. Synching does what it says, it make the one device the same as the other device, so if there are tracks on the player that are in Windows Media Player, it will remove them so both are the same. There may be a setting to NOT Delete what is on the player, just Update New Tracks.
These instructions are for Ipod's only...no other MP3 player.
You can transfer songs to your Ipod using ITunes (Apple ACC format) downloaded and installed with the songs you want.
1...You need to install Itunes on your computer,
a...Turn on Windows Media player,then transfer your music from Windows media player to ITunes
2...Download all the songs you want on your Ipod to ITunes on your computer.
3...Plug your Ipod into the computer with ITunes running.
4...ITunes will recognize the Ipod and open it.
5...Highlight the songs you want to download to your Ipod.
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The cobyt player is completely incompatible with iTunes. If you have songs that are in mp3 format, you can use Windows Media Player to transfer the songs to your Coby. If your songs are already in AAC (iTunes) format, you can use a free program like Media Monkey to convert UNprotected AAC files to mp3 format so that they will be usable with your Coby. Media Monkey is not capable of converting protected files.
All of you posted this question under model # GPX ML648B, so my directions only apply to that particular model - every mp3 player is different:
To transfer music, use Windows Media Player - in order to transfer the songs without getting an error message, I would switch the player to MTP mode; and I would only add songs that are in mp3 format. Even though this player will read SOME WMA's, it would take me a whole page to explain which ones would work and which ones wouldn't.
For the person who said that they have some sort of iPod - download the iTunes music service - it will recognize your iPod and you will see the icon listed on the left-hand side of the iTunes window. Once you have purchased songs, you can transfer them to the iPod using the iTunes service.
No you wont be able to use itunes to transfer songs to your sansa but you can transfer songs that you purchased from itunes using your windows media player to your device...All you have to do is to add all the songs your purchased from itunes to your windows media player library and then you will be able to transfer them to your device..
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Are you trying to transfer your itunes song to your windows media player library...if so you can do that by using the add to library feature...press the f3 button while inside windows media payer..that will search your hard drive for every single songs..and also you can go to the music folder to your device and copy them to your music folder....