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1. Start Real Player on desktop
2. Hook PDA to PC
3. Run Real Player on PDA
4. In menu below player select burn/transfer
5. Select Music/All Music
6. Select songs to transfer over
Incidentally you can select mutpile songs at one time if you wish if they are all in a row
7. On the right side the songs will show up
8. Don't worry about "Will Not Fit" this only means desktop real player can't see your PDA or your card isn't plugged in all the way. Make sure it is B4 you begin
9. The songs will show on the right "Ready To Transfer"
10. Once you are done, lower left click START TRANSFER
there are many apps to do this the only one i know to be free its TPCMP or The Pocket Core Media Player, it allows you to play several video formats, like avi, you just download the .prc file and sync it to your palm if you need help doing this just let me know!
Do you have real player on your E2 and your desktop. I can tell you exactly how to do it. Go to fixya live chat and ask for Just_bobz. I had an E2 with 150 songs on it. Mine broke for other reason but I still remember
hi, RealPlayer - PC Desktop Use RealPlayer on your computer desktop (Windows only) to transfer songs from a CD to your PC, and to play and manage your music on your PC. To transfer your MP3 files from your PC to your handheld, use RealPlayer on your desktop.
RealPlayer & Mac To transfer your MP3 files from your Mac to your handheld, use the included "Send to Handheld" droplet.
If you have not already done so, install the Palm Desktop software from your CD. (If you do not have a CD, you can download the Desktop software from palmone.com.)
Connect the USB cable to your PC and to your E2. (If you do not have a cable, you can probably find one on eBay.)
If the cable has a button, push it. If it does not, open the applications menu (the "House" button to the left of the graffiti area) and look for the app called "HotSync". Run the HotSync app, make sure that the Local/Modem choice (above the central hotsync icon) is on "Local" and the combo box below the icon says "Cradle/Cable". The tap the icon. If this is your first sync, you may have to answer a popup on your computer before it will proceed.
I have also had the same problem, and I discovered that it may be caused by a little sensor in the headphone jack which enables the external speaker. Sometimes it gets stuck in the "off" position. Try plugging in and removing the headphones, that should solve the problem.