I have downloaded some mp3s and do not know how to play all of my songs one right after the other. It only plays one song and then stops. I would like all the songs to play in succession, one after the other and do not know how to set the unit so it will do this. Does anyone know how to set it? thanks
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I assume these are purchased songs (or free downloads) from some service like iTunes?
Unfortunately, each of these services tends to encode their own files in a proprietary format (even if they name them .mp3). The only way most players will play them is if they're converted to MP3, which is not easy to do.
However, there is software that can do that. One such package is Tunebite:
Otherwise, you can burn them to CD and then rip them from the CD again into MP3s. But that's also a tedious method.
Delete songs and Format (Helps with try to delete BAD TRACKS and folders that will not delete Labeling Unknown Songs: open Windows Media Player and go to library click on artist. The sub folders will be named by the artists and the unknown songs will be in the sub that say's unknown. Click on unknown then right click on the title bar put a check next to artist and album artist. Right click song under artist or album artist or both and type in the name of the artist etc.... This change in your computers Music folders also then sync with your sansa or media player then load songs to it........
if you are plugging your ipod into the usb port of the kd-g720 it won't play all your songs because this particular radio only plays mp3s through the usb port. ipods play both mp3s and mp4s. so those 49 songs you're hearing are the mp3s on your ipod. in order to play all the songs on your ipod you must buy the cord that plugs in the back of the radio that will connect to your ipod. sorry for the bad news man. i had the same thing happen to me.
It may depend on the version of Audio Player you are using. Most likely you have enabled intro mode, which will play about 3 seconds of each track. Look for the control icon or menu item for Intro and disable it.
I have one, which is made by a company called Mach Speed. It plays through the FM freq. If yours is like mine I would make sure the songs on either the flash drive or the digital card play like they should in the computer first. I have about 1gb on mine, so I purchased some smaller flash cards in order to make it easier to manage my music because my songs play in groups, and you you have to scroll through each song in order to get to a particular song.
Also if yours is like mine, mine only plays MP3s so make sure that all of the music is MP3s. I had different types of files mixed before I realized why some songs wouldn't play.
Honestly, I am not too impressed with my player, but it works.
Use the "Benq Joybee 130 Firmware Download" program and chose "Format Data Area" in the "Download Options" panel. You can download the program from here: