Question about RCA TH1101 MP3 Player
I know it is normal,but it sucks to have to make 2 separate playlists,
sync 2 times etc... Is there anyway to fix this??
No there is not.
Posted on May 24, 2008
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By default, Windows Media Player automatically loads all the music and picture files
stored in your My Music and My Pictures folders into the library. If you add new files to
these folders, they will also be automatically added to the library.
If Windows Media Player has selected to sync your device automatically, you can choose not to sync your entire media library. You can choose what you wish to sync from existing
playlists or create new playlists. These playlists you have selected will then sync to your player every time you connect it to your computer.
1 Click the down arrow beneath the Sync tab and select Philips GoGear SA60xx > Set Up Sync.
> The Device Setup dialog box appears.
2 In the Available playlists pane, select the existing playlists you want to sync and then
4.3.4 Select files and playlists for Manual Sync
If you sync manually, you must create a list of files and playlists you want to sync. You can also shuffle which files from your playlists to sync to your player.
1 Start Windows Media Player.
2 Switch on your player and then connect it to your computer using the supplied USB cable.
3 Click the Sync tab.
4 Drag the files and playlists that you want to sync from the Contents pane to the Sync List pane. You can also right-click on the file or playlist and select Add to "Sync List".
3 To create a playlist, click New Auto Playlist and follow the steps on the screen to specify criteria for files in the auto playlist (for details on how to create an auto playlist,
4 To remove a playlist, click the playlist in the list of Playlists to sync, and then click Remove.
5 In the Playlists to sync pane, select a playlist and click the Priority arrows to arrange
them in the order that you want them to sync.
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For Windows folks, try iTunes Agent which you can get at CNET Download.
If you don't have the latest .NET framework for Windows, you'll get an error, so go to Microsoft.com and get the latest version and install it.
Once you have iTunes agent up and running it will prompt you to configure it. If you've never used it before, just say no. You're indicating you don't have a previous profile you need to transfer. If all goes well, iTunes will launch and a pop-up will tell you iTunes Agent is ready to sync your devices.
To add a new device, make sure it's connected to your computer, then right click on the iTunes Agent icon in the system tray and choose preferences.
Press New. You'll get a warning letting you know that the first time you sync, all the data on the new device will be erased. So, be sure you have everything off the device before you go ahead.
Then fill out the fields, naming your device, and so on. Point the folder to the place on the new device where you want the music to go. You can choose particular playlists to associate with this device. Once you're done, press save.
To sync, right click on iTunes Agent and select synchronise devices.
Your selected songs will now be synced to the device
Download "Itunes Agent" from here:
Setting up "iTunes Agent" to recognize your player:
It's real easy, after you've installed "iTunes Agent" it'll be on your "Desktop"....."Left Click" it.
It'll now be in your "System Tray"... navigate to your "System Tray" and "Right Click" on the little "iTunes Agent" icon, click "Preferences..." , click the "New" button and set-up your configuration, fill in the fields that need to be set-up in order for your player to be recognized by "iTunes Agent".
Follow the steps from the "iTunes Agent" pic I provided.
Your "Music Folder" field specifies where your music will be saved on your player, you could name this folder to anything you like example: "BigA2infinity's Jamz Folder" or if you like to have your player set up just like an iPod and save your files in separate folders i.e. 90' Music, Music Videos, My Top Rated, Recently Added, Recently Played, Top 25 Most Played.
Or you could just leave the "Music Folder" field blank and have your music saved to the "ROOT" of your player example: "Removable F: drive" .
In order for your player to be recognized, it must be recognized by a specific name.... in the "Recognize by folder/file" field type in a specific name, example: "BigA's Mp3 Player 2009" .
So basically every folder name you've created in "iTunes Agent" set-up, make an extra folder with the same name in the "ROOT" of your player.
Example #1: My music will be save in "BigA2infinity's Jamz Folder" on my player/mp3.
Example #2: Just like an iPod, in order for an iPod to be recognized it needs a specific name in the "ROOT" of the iPod.... so create a folder in the "ROOT" of your player to recognize your none iPod/iPod-knock-Off/PSP/Mp3 Player, I created a folder named "BigA's Mp3 Player 2009" in the "ROOT" of my player/Mp3/PSP/iPod Knock-Off so it could be recognized.
Follow the steps from the "iTunes Agent" pic I provided (same pic from Step 2).
"Fourth" and last step....
The very last field in set-up is the "Associate with playlist" you could set this option to recognize any playlist you like, if you would like a playlist created with the name of your player set the option to "Use device name" .
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