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player--Playlists-Create playlist--Now create playlist as you want-Now select
same playlist which you have created-Options-Add-Now if you want to add single
song, please click on song name and song will be added-if you want to add
multiple song, then select "Multi" option from left side of the bottom-Mark the
multi songs -Now press "Done" from left side of the bottom-Now select the first
option of "Play" to play songs of playlist.
When you put them on your card they are just that on your card (may not show up on your playlist) Some phones (like my blackberry and pocket pc) you have to add them to the card then go directly to the memory card to play them from your phone. There should also be an option to add your songs from the memory card to your playlist. Try selecting the memory card (through your phone) and checking the options to see if one says ad to playlist. If not do the other way around. Go t your playlist and add songs (from the SD card) if should ask you from where and you can select the memory card. All else fails you can go to any cell phone store and they can do it (its easier to do it looking at the phone then over the pc...smile)
You can try dragging the playlist into the folder that you open up when you connect the player and then you want to drag and drop music. Then drag the folder and drop into the music folder which means you are copying from the player to another folder on the player. This manages to solve the problem of the player re-arranging files alphabetically and may help your playlist issues.
Have solved this problem on GoGear syncing with WMP 11 by going to options on the device itself, then go to the "settings" option, scroll down to "PC Connection Preferences", from here you will select the check box saying "MTP" then back out of options and connect your device and go back to your WMP 11 and drag your playlists to the syncing area and resync your device. You should then be able to see your playlists under the playlist option in music along with the "playlist on the go" playlist.
i had the same problem with my lg music phone, what i did i checked all the details of the songs, and the one that i couldnt play had different bit rate, looks like that affect a lot on the songs, the phone have different bit rates taht the pcs and other stuffs, mine supports only 320bit rate and the song was at 156bit rates, so i downloaded a converter u can use it and try that. i used this one http://www.mymusictools.com/audio_converters_4/4musics_mp3_bitrate_changer_17930.htm
hope it will be usefull. bye
I also had this problem and thought my music players were broken. The media players displayed the songs as 00:00:00 even when the file info read that it took up space and had a song length. The music player displayed that m506 error message.
I looked through forms for an answer, and I noticed I didn't try messing with one thing: THE BATTERY.
Try taking the battery out of your phone and putting it back in. It worked for me! My music players work again!