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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.You can download mp3 music files from the Internet toyour computer and then copy them to your MP3 player.For your CD collection, you need to convert your CDs tomp3 music files onto your computer or download them from the Internet and thencopy them to your MP3 player after you have connected the USB cable tothe MP3 player and the computer. 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 musicfiles to mp3 file format :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5798418-creating_transferring_mp3_music_files
It appears you have selected to play when inserted.
Go to my computer, right click your device, select open as a portable device. (so it can see the folder)
When the window on your desk opens select open folder.
It should open in this format from now on and you should be able to see the contents of your device.
However you failed to mention what operating system you are running so these instructions may not apply.
Also; You may have to pull those files/songs out of the folder and install them directly to your device (just as the new material is installed) because no auto-play can read a folder. This is probably is the best solution if you want the music to start playing when plugged in...
I just had the same problem. Go back to your menu, make sure you are on your play music icon and instead of clicking on the center button with play and pause on it click on the menu button again to make it access the folder. You should see the word music come up across the screen once it's chosen.
yes this is a feature because the mic built into it was designed to leave yourself notes, like mental notes. not neccessarily created to allow you to record music with it. so your play all will not work with your recorded music, it was never intended to do that. however there is a way around this. you can connect the mp3 player to your computer and then go to recorded files, then take that and drag it into your music folder. that should allow you to listen to those recorded files with the play all. if you have any further questions my e-mail address is on my page. do not hesitate to contact me.
Nextar MA933A – Deleting Playlists
There are a couple of different ways to approach this problem.
You could 1. connect the Nextar to your computer
2. Double-click My Computer
3. Double-click the icon that corresponds to the Nextar – this is going to be different for every computer – some will have an actual Nextar icon, some will display it as USB Mass Storage Device, and others will list it as a Removable Drive – if it is listed as a Removable Drive, you can find the right one by double-clicking each removable drive until it gives you a new window with folders labeled Music, etc.
4. Enter the Music folder and Delete the folder that corresponds to the playlist that you want to delete
If that set of methods fails, or your mp3 player does not allow you to view the contents of the drive: 1.Go to the MSC menu 2.Press MENU button 3.When you see a song displayed in the LCD, press the Play key to pause the song 4.Once song is paused, press the MENU button 5.Select “Delete File,” and select the songs you want to delete 6.Use the Menu left/right keys to toggle between “Yes” delete and “No” don’t delete
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When you download songs, save it first on your My Music folder for you to easily track the song list. Once you have successfully downloaded the songs, insert your MP3 Player. Format your MP3 Player first by right clicking the drive and click format. Once it is formatted, Copy the songs from your My Music folder then Paste it on your MP3 Player drive. *Note: Try to play your saved song in your Windows Media Player if the song is working fine before you copy it on your MP3 Player. Drop a comment if you still have questions. I would be happy assisting you.
I have mp3 digital audio player emprex (128 mb). Now i have some problem. When i recorded music from computer into my mp3 and after i want to listen it , my mp3 player didin't play and it didin't show my recorded music.But when i connect to my computer, i can see my recorded files mp 3 music. What should i do now?
Do this procedure for "voice" mode to delete voice recordings:
Delete file (stop submenu) - Delete corresponding files and save files in Music mode, Voice mode or FM mode.
1. In stop interface (FM without stop interface)
2. Short press "MODE" to enter stop submenu
3. Click "NEXT" or "PREV" to choose "single" or "all" files
4. Short press "MODE" to enter the Delete interface
5. Click "NEXT" to change "no" into "yes"
6. Short press MODE to confirm the delete prompt
"Delete all" will delete all related files stored in the selected folder. For example, if in music mode "Delete all" will delete all the music files, while other recorded files (e.g. voice recordings or FM recordings) will not be deleted.
Likewise, if "Delete all" is used when in the "Replay" menu, this will delete all recorded files but leave music files intact.
FM is much simpler – "Delete" or "Delete all" will delete the station(s) saved before.