I cant delete any songs off of a MyMusix PD-6110 MP3 player....
I bought 3 of these as a gift for my children. I had a friend down load the songs. On the first one she did 34 songs and 7 of them was some sort of .com commercial. I need to delete them; however there is not a way for this in the owners manual. How and what can I do? (Might I also add that there is not a phone number or website listed either...)
Re: I cant delete any songs off of a MyMusix PD-6110 MP3...
How do I delete songs from the PD-6110?
songs only can deleted through your PC. If you use
Windows Media Player 10, go to the Sync window and
select the songs that should show up under the 'Music'
folder tree on the right side of the window and select
the songs you want to delete and press the 'delete'
key on your keyboard.
Windows Media Player 11, Open the 'MP3 Player' tree on
the left side of the window then select 'Songs' from
the list. Then select the songs you want to delete and
press the 'delete' key on your keyboard.
can also open the 'Removable Disk' under
'My Computer' and
delete the songs from there.
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The MyMusix device software is buggy and prone to break downs from time to time. Reformatting the device usually fixes these problems. The best way to reformat is to use the manufactures firmware update process.
Go to the MyMusix.com website and download and install the firmware upgrade for the PD-6070 player using the download drop-down menu.
Back up all of the songs on your player to your computer hard drive.
Carefully read (or better yet print for future reference) the PD-6070 FAQ instructions for running the firmware upgrade, especially the drop down to select the US version of the firmware.
Run the firmware upgrade. It will reformat your device and restore it to it's original capacity.
If you have the connection cable, plug the cable into your player and to your computer. The player then becomes an external drive. Delete the songs you no longer want.
If you don't have the cable, take out the SD disk, plug it into an adapter and delete the files you no longer want.
Unfortunately, your files must have gotten corrupt. This issue is most prevalent if you disconnect the mp3 before it has completed the transfer of songs.
To fix it, format the mp3 by plugging it into the USB port, right clicking the drive that is displayed and choosing "Format". This will remove all songs from the mp3 player. Afterward, you can re-add any songs that were lost. But make sure when disconnecting, you see no loading animation on the screen. Then right click the "Remove Hardware" icon on the bottom right of you screen, choose "Stop". Check again for a loading animation on the screen (if there is one, wait until it stops), and you can remove the mp3 from your USB port.
When you hook it up, you should see an icon on your computer for the MP3 player. I download songs from iTunes to my MAC, then drag them to the MP3 player. However, they do not come from i'Tunes in a MP3 format. I found this on the internet for how to change the format:
When iTunes is open, find "preferences" and then locate "importing" (just look around on the different tabs till you find these, since Mac and Windows put them in different spots) tell it to import using MP3 encoder from the drop down bars, and say OK. now you can right click on the song you want to convert and select "convert to mp3".
Then drag the MP3 song to the MYMusix player icon and it should copy the song.