I have a Coby Mp3 player [ MP-C70X5, not the one shows in the thing below, this ones a 2 gig but I figured it would be the same concept]
and I want the songs arranged alphabetically.
but there no way to change this in WMP and when I open it as folder and do -arrange-.. -by name- it will arrange it alphabetically on my screen but
not on my actualy mp3 player.
is there any way to solve/do this ?
or do I have to take all the songs off and put them on alphabetically ?
[I actually tried doing this^ by dragging all the artist folders but i didn't succeed.
help would be much appreciated.
For your music, go in MTPMEDIA\Music folder then, create an another one and drag all your files in. Go in the new folder arranger your files alphabetically and drag them back to the music folder. Delete the new folder you created before and the next time you will look at your songs from your player, they will be in alphabetical order.
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1. In Menu scroll down to Setup 2. In Setup scroll down to USB Mode 3. In USB Mode there are 2 settings MSC Mode & MTP Mode, check or highlight MSC Mode. This enables the PC to recognize the player as a removable Device or Drive. 4. Connect to PC via USB port/cable, the PC now reads the device as MP-C70X5 (E:) 5. In WIN Explorer click “Open to View Files”, on display will be 6 .DIR folders & a .xml file 6. Now launch the VideoConvert.exe (application file) located on the installation disk. 7. Click Input Video button (Browse to the folder containing .avi files) & select .avi file for .mtv conversion (if you want to save the .mtv file to a different destination folder click the folder icon to the right of the Video Output text box). 8. In Output Frame Size box check 176X144 (this is the max size for this device). 9. In Output Frame Rate box check Sports Video. 10. The Output Audio Quality box defaults to Good. 11. Click Start Conversion button. 12. The saved .mtv file can now be copied to the device by simply dragging from its destination folder or ctrl + C & ctrl + V to the MOVIE.DIR folder in WIN Explorer as per step 5. 13 The .mtv file is now saved to the device ready for viewing, however there is just one remaining small lissue which may a software glich or another hassle with this player, because when the video is playing, every 60 seconds in the background a womans voice exclaims what sounds like “Weeee Gamble” whatsup with that.
I bought a Coby mp-c7095 and could not get it to turnon. I charged the battery for more then 24 hours and it still would not turnon.
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