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The Disney Mix Max portable media player is capable of playing audio files in the MP3 format. It can also play videos formatted as WMV and display photos formatted as JPEG. You can convert audio files into MP3 using the Disney Mix Max software -- Mix It Plug-in. The plug-in works with Windows Media Player 10. This software CD came with the player and is not available online. To download music to the device, you can use Windows Media Player 10 or Windows.
Things You'll Need:
* USB cable * Mix It Plug-In installation CD
Convert Non-MP3 Files
Install Mix It Plug-In. Insert the Mix It Plug-in installation CD into the computer's optical drive. Click "Install Mix It Plug-In" when prompted. If no screen opens, double-click on the "My Computer" icon. Double-click on the installation CD icon. Then double-click on the setup or installation file; this file is often formatted as EXE. Select to have the program saved to your desktop. Then double-click on the desktop icon -- "disneymixitplugin" to open the setup wizard. Click "Next" in the setup screen. Follow any additional setup prompts.
Open Windows Media Player 10 and create a playlist. To create a playlist, click "Library" and select "Now Playing." Drag songs from your computer to the "Now Playlist List" pane. Click the "Now Playing List" title to open the menu and select "Save Playlist As." In the "Save As" dialog box, enter a name for the playlist and select "Save."
Open Mix It Plug-In. Select "Yes" when asked to save analysis information for your music files. The software will analyze each track's compatibility with the Disney Mix Max player.
Press "Go!" to start the conversion process. Once the process is complete, an inactive "Go!" will be displayed. All music that has been converted is still listed in your Windows Media Player 10 playlist. You are now ready to download music to the player using Windows Media Player.
Windows Media Player 10
Open Windows Media Player 10 on your computer.
Remove the USB jack cover located on the bottom of the Disney Mix Max. Insert the compatible end of the USB cable into the USB port on the Disney Mix Max. Insert the other end of the cable into the computer's USB port.
Click "Library" and click a playlist name. To create a playlist, click "Library" and select "Now Playing." Drag songs from your computer to the "Now Playlist List" pane. Click the "Now Playing List" title to open the menu and select "Save Playlist As." In the "Save As" dialog box, enter a name for the playlist and select "Save."
Select the "Sync List" tab and choose "Sync List" from the menu. . Verify the items to be synced to the Mix Max, or right-click on a song title and select "Delete" to remove it. Click "Start Sync" to download music to the Mix Max.
Insert the USB cable to the Disney Mix Max USB jack. Connect the player to the computer with the USB cable.
Click on the desktop "Start" menu and choose "My Computer."
Double-click on the "Removable Disk" that corresponds with your connected device.
Drag songs saved on your computer with your mouse into the Removable Disk folder.
Tips & Warnings
If you converted files using the Mix It Plug-In, you will need to use Windows Media Player 10 to sync them to the player.
if u want all of your itunes music u push file-library-export library then select the mp3 player from the menu that drops down when u push the little arrow. if u want only some of the music u first have to make a playlist with all the music u want on it. then u push file-library-export playlist and then do the same thing too. hope this helped
You must first Rip your albums or Mix CD's to your Xbox, insert an album and click on Rip CD to save it to your Hard Drive, play an album and click on edit or save playlist below the play/stop/forward/ buttons, and get rid of songs you don't want if needed. While playing that album still, back out with the red "b" button on your controller and back up until you are back at albums, now click on it, select another album, and choose "add to current playlist" or "add to playlist" and it will now stack that album on the bottom of the first. Again you can edit and delete or organize songs, then save playlist. Now you can name it and when you go to saved playlists instead of Albums, it will be there. Anymore trouble, please email me at email@example.com
You need to find a site that is compatible with the mix max. Most sites will work. You just pick the songs you want and download them. I would try a sample first before I commit to buying anything, just to make sure the site is compatable. However, music in a WMA format should be fine.
I've heard that the itunes store doesn't work on other players. Then I heard they changed that. Walmart.com and Amazon both have songs. They are usually around 99 cents.
You'll need to change the connection mode of the player to MTP in the settings of the Mix Max. Then connect it to your computer and sync a playlist you have created in Windows Media Player to the device. It should then show up in the play lists on the device and play in order.
After getting the 4MB Playlist error, I decided to play around a little bit with my 8 year old niece's Mix Max. I think I found a few tips that will help others. First off, go into my computer and right click on the drive letter that corresponds with the Mix Max. It will probably be something like E: or F: Format it for FAT32...quick format worked for me. Next, make sure you have the most current firmware. Its downloadable from
Install that, and run the program from your start menu. Make sure your Mix Max is turned off and hold the + sign as you plug it into the USB cable. It will guide you through a reset. Once you complete this, you should be able to process a sync through Windows Media Player 10 or 11. Hope this helps! I've also noticed that some songs will fail during the sync. If you remove those, it seems to help with the error as well. Might just be a coincidence.