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How to operate a usb mp3 player/memory stick

Hello,
I have never used an mp3 player before and got a dozen to use as memory and music players. But, I cant figure how to operate the actual stick/player. I can record files to it but don't know how to get the music to play.
At the moment I have text, picture and music files on the same stick.
Can you help please. I want to give some of them as gifts but, want to know how to use them before I do.

John

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  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 18, 2008

    Thanks to you goldflack.



    I copied the music cd to my MediaSource Player.

    Made a file that was my usb key/player and, transfered all the tracks after saving them to the MediaSource Player first.

    They were transfered as mp3 files. I can play the files that are on the usb stick on my computer but, can't get the stick to play back the music.

    NOTE: The stick does 'power-up' and I can go through the 6 file types on the stick but cannot open any of them.



    jfmfit.

  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 18, 2008

    I can show you a screenshot of the MediaSource Player but, I do not know how to alter the picture from bmp.

    Can you explain how to, if you do want to see it please?



    jfmfit

  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 19, 2008

    Higoldflack,

    yes theres two windows side by sideand you can choose to move a particular piece of music from the main pane to the chosen file pane. I chose my file as the memory stick/player and moved files over from the main to the file pane.

    Somtimes I chose to copy the whole CD, in which case I right clicked and picked all the tracks on the CD and they were all transfered over to the memory stick/player which was the file I chose for the songs to be saved on.

    The actual option (if this is what you mean) is an arrow pointing from the main pane to what you want to save a song to. If you click the arrow which is on the deviding line between the panes a song or whole album is tranfered. With each taking about 5 seconds to copy to the memory stick/player.



    If that is not what you meant can you please be more spicific and I will try to copy what you say.

    As I have said the songs did tranfer to the memory stick/player, and as I clicked on them after the MediaSource Player was closed, the songs played after being clicked. So I know they are saved on the stick. I just dont know how to use the stick using the controls that the stick has.

    I have copied other text files, word etc, to the stick and taken them to my library to get printed by putting the stick into one of the library computers, and it works fine. I just cant opperate any of the memory stick/players controls other than flicking between the different file type on the stick.

    I hope thats plain?



    jfmfit

  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 19, 2008

    Hello Goldflack

    This is the Memory Stick/Player I have.

    Problems with Kbyte K-BYTE MP3 S320 MODEL 256MB

  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 19, 2008

    I have tried using it before I Formated it, and after I Formated it to FAT32, but it makes no difference.



    jfmfit

  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 19, 2008

    Hi Goldflack,

    it doesn't need a 'stick'.



    You may have misunderstood what I mean. I have an external Memory Stick/mp3 Player. I cant get any sound from it. And I can't even get it to go into play mode.



    If you see above I have pasted the picture of the same mp3 player I have. Kbyte K-BYTE MP3 S320 MODEL 256MB



    jfmfit

  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 19, 2008

    I made a mistake. the player I have is: Coby MPC-848 256 MB MP3 Player?



    Though it it identical to the other one I listed.



    jfmfit

  • jfmfit
    jfmfit Feb 19, 2008

    Will do! Many thanks.



    jfmfit.

  • walter175 Oct 20, 2008

    I have loaded music from my computer onto the coby. It opens on the computer and actually shows that the music is there. When I disconnect from the computer, I get no sound with the speakers. This is a brand new unit.

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How did you copy the files into it can you tell me.

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  • khader ibrahim Feb 19, 2008

    I can't clearly understand can you tell me exactly.

  • khader ibrahim Feb 19, 2008

    In that Mediasource player their is an option to transfer the file, go and see in help option in that player

  • khader ibrahim Feb 19, 2008

    Its playing properly. Its simple to operate with stick, just touch the screen with the stick.

  • khader ibrahim Feb 19, 2008

    Sorry i only misunderstand, Can you send the picture in my mail id
    khader_abu@yahoo.com

  • khader ibrahim Feb 19, 2008

    Ok fine.

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