When I try and put music into the playlist it shows there are no folders even though I have named a playlist folder and synced into my Mp3 player. Am I doing anything wrong. I have songs and albums on there but no playlists.
Do not ADD mp3 tracks into the playlist folder. this is not how it works. connect the player to the pc, then transfer mp3s into the MUSIC folder. Get into the foled, right click on song you want to be on playlist, and option PLAYLIST comes up. press on it and a new window will open, with playlist options. you can drag and drop mp3s in there, and so you'll have your playlist.
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for some reason this phone likes to in sync windows media player, i had the same problem. also the audio folder is for ringtones, there should be a dedicated music folder. if you put your phone in music sync mode and plug it into your 'puter wmp should start right up.
All audio shows up under ringtunes, unfortunately. Don't get your hopes up, though; just because it's on the ringtunes list doesn't mean you can use it for one. Ringtunes must be a certain size and filetype for them to work.
It's unusual for music not to show up in the music folder. Make sure you're using the music player in the phone, and not the proprietary network one.
I've never had my music show up in one place and not the other. Usually, it's two.
There's actually a shortcut to getting to the phone's music player. Beside the battery logo, there's a small box with a picture of two windows diagonal to eachother. Touch this. It'll bring up a small list; the first two are internet and Music Player. Hit music player. Done.
Hello Simone, the interesting thing about the Coby MP705 is that the company decided not to reinvent the technology that already exist, but to use the Windows technology. The best way of creating a playlist is by first connecting your MP3 player to your computer. After the computer recognizes the mp3 player double click “my computer” after that double click on the icon that shows “Coby MP705” and if “internal storage” appears also double click that icon. You should now see a series of folders double click the music folder. All your music folders will now appear. Go on any music folder and right click it. You will see an option half way down that say “create playlist” by selecting this option you create that folder as a playlist. If you want to make a playlist with a compilation of assorted music you must first create a folder with all the music you would like in that playlist then follow the instructions on how to create a playlist hope this helps.
When you hook the USB to the computer and your philips MP3 player a screen will pop up on your desktop asking you to chose an option. Scroll down to the option: view files. From there you can look at what is in each file on your MP3 player. Click on the Playlists File. Once in that folder you want to right click the mouse and scroll down to new folder and chose it. Then you will name the folder (playlist). From there you open the music file on your computer with all your saved music and transfer the music from your computer onto the playlist by dragging the songs back and forth. When you want to access your playlist you will need to go to the folders option on the main menu of your mp3 player and select your playlist from there. If you go to music and chose the playlist option there it will not show your playlists there for some odd reason. Hope this is somewhat helpful.
Within WMP 10 create a few playlists and drag/drop music files to the appropriate playlist (drag whole albums or individual songs). When you have constructed and filled your playlist(s) connect your player, open the sync tab, and drag the playlist(s) to the sync box. Click sync and smile. ;)
Hm, Tricky. Are they un-named in the Unknown artists folder? I know what you're talking about though.. Maybe if you try putting them in the correct folders in your computers Music folder. Like.. All the 28 days later songs go into the 28 days later soundtrack folder (If you don't have one, it's easy to make a folder for stuff.) When you open up your music space of your computer, the part where it says File and Folder Tasks. First thing it says in this box is, Make a New Folder. Easy. So, you make a new folder and place all the music for that cd in it. (If it already isn't) Then make sure they all have the correct artist name and stuff.. Any way.. I hope this helps, but I can barely understand it.. Any way..
I found a little problem with this too. So I created a folder to put on my storage card. Name it whatever you want. Now take these steps to get to it to play all the songs in the folder:
When you are in Windows media player, click menu, open file, storage card, The name of your folder. You should be setup to play all those songs as a playlist now.
Hope this helps, I haven't messed with it anymore so I've stuck to it doing this. Good luck.
I usually copy all my stuff to the root directory (the one that comes right after you clicked on the sansa icon in MY COMPUTER).
If it still doesn't work maybe your USB port is damaged try the other one.
Another option which I always recommend is to format the sansa by right clicking on its icon on MY COMPUTER and choosing Format.
Let me know if it helped.