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Solution: Put Your Files Where They belong without WMP

Obviously this it not a problem but rather a solution. I just got my player an hour ago and found that the way to get your music, videos, photos, and text into the designated folders was not indicated anywhere on the manual. There is the "put everything in the same place method" where u choose say "video" to find "no files" then u touch left and go to the MPTMEDIA directory where everything should be stored. But i stumbled across the way it works where 1) u do NOT need Windows Media Player and 2) u can get every file in its correct folder so it will show up immediately without any searching as it should.

Its very simple.

1. Turn on your player.
2. Go to Settings > USB Mode > MSC
3. Connect your player to your computer via usb.
4. On your computer, choose to view files or go to My computer > Coby MP3 Player.

Voila, you should now be looking at all the directories present on your device. Now if u place a video(s)* in the VIDEO.DIR folder, when u choose videos on the main menu of your player, it/they will immediately show up.

*Videos must be converted to .mtv format with the included software

For your music open the MTPMEDIA folder and then create a new folder in it called Music. Put all your music files in this folder. then, when u choose music from the main menu of your player, it will take u right to your music.


I hope this is helpful to people who are confused by this issue now or in the future. if u have any questions feel free to ask

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So.. can you help me with uploading videos?! :D I have tried converting them.. and apparently I'm not doing something right because when i try to sync them onto my player... it just comes up as an error

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Will this allow me to arrange my songs alphabetically ?

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http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/default.mspx

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