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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.
You need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto yourcomputer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3player. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track. Click on this link for instruction on converting music files to mp3 file format:-
1.Go to Settings
2. Go to General
3. Go to Usage
4. Wait for Storage to load
5. Go to Music and swipe
6. Delete will pop up
7. Press Delete
This will delete ALL songs, but will not remove the music app.
There you go.
when you add music to your itunes library, it copies them to the itunes music folder for itunes to manage it or itunes has every song twice in its library, to check whether itunes has not copied your music twice, view your music in LIST VIEW in itunes and if you see some songs has been copied twice delete on of them. You can also delete the songs on your music folder to save disk space or you can leave them if you use another music player other than itunes. But I think you should delete the files in your music folder.
hook the ipod up to itunes and when it opens to the page that you see the picture of the ipod. put a check mark next to the automatically sync my ipod. However, if you have other song on your ipod that are not in your library they will be delete during the sync. No here is the best way to do it. put a check next to manage music manually, instead of syncing it. find the music file folder on your computer, open it up and minimize it. open itunes and click on music under your ipod. now maximized your music folder and drag the songs into the white area with all the lines. the songs will load onto your ipod. do only about 100 or so at a time to avoid problems. to get multiple song click on the top song, and press shift and highlight the last song this will mark all songs in between to be moved. now drag the highlighted songs and watch them load.
Copy all the songs into a folder, then look for duplicates, delete them, then delete all the songs in iTunes and then replay them (as MP3 Files) and they'll be moved into iTunes again else..Delete all of your music in your iTunes. Import all your music back into iTunes and in one of the submenus should be "view duplicates"delete the duplicates. then in one of the submenus should be "consolidate library" clicking this will move all of your music into one consolidated folder
I found the best way to delete your mp3; go to start..find you device in "my computor" it will be a generic drive. right click and go to "format" click and it will prompt you to delete "playlist".."audio" or "music". However it will erase everything on your mp3 and allow new downloads. if you want to save some files; Plug mp3 in usb port..you will get prompt to define which system to play files. I use realplayer. scroll down until you can select "rca (G)" click "view" your mp3 will load and display all songs..you can then select and delete any or all, right click and choose option. To load; choose burn/transfer scrool down on the leftside to rca (G) and you can choose from you music menu ( I suggest making a playlist first to indentfy what songs you prefer, you can always add more from all music menu. add any files that you like until full. depending on song generally about 50 to 65 son on the 512 model. Do not worry about too many songs.. NO harm....they just won't fit.... I hope this help anyone with this problem
first you connect your samsung d900i in your computer usb port then you start your samsung pc studio . when the pc studio is start you can seen a title bar on your pc studio screen . First you can seen (file) in the upper line in your pc studio . when you click the file then you seen connection .you click connectio . when connection is open you can select usb connection . you can seen your phone model in the pc studio . you can click the phone explorer .when you can seen your phone explorer you menimize your pc studio . when your phone explore is open you can go to (pc) word then you can scroll your mouse and go to my computer and select your music, image foder . when you go to your music file you can select a music and right click your mouse and you seen a menu . you can select( to phone) spelling . when your phone memory will be full then you dis connect your phone . when you can dis connect your phone you can go to my files and then you go to music . you can select a songs whose was download from your pc . you go to option and then you go to move to card select . you can seen (all ) . when you can select your all songs and click the move botton a list will be seen in front of you . this type of menu you can seen (with caller id item , with ring tone item etc) and you can seen aloso a tic mark . you can prss the (i) botton to diss miss the tic mark . you can scroll your phone scroll keys to dismiss the tick mark. when you can diss miss the tick mark you can select the move botton you can seen the memory card folders in your phone . Then you can go to your music folders and click the (option) botton .when you can click the option botton you can seen a list . you can select the (move in) spelling . this way you can move your songs to your phone memory card . i hope you can enjoy with your samsug d900i .
Im having this exact same problem. I must have added them the wrong way when I first got it. Now, all are earsed but 60 songs. I cant get rid of them for nuthin. I need help too.Its really frustrating.