Question about MyMusix PD-201 MP3 Player
My mymusix pd201 is saying that my SD card has nothing on it even though I just downloaded music to it from Windows Media Player (I've never used the MP3 before). I don't have the cable for the MP3 and so I downloaded strait to the SD card. Is there an update or something I need to get this working?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Take off the USB cap on the side, and plug that end into the USB of a computer. The "My Computer" window should open and the screen on the mp3 should turn on. At this time, you can copy/paste songs onto the new drive that appears. (probably drive F: or D: ) When you're done, make sure to unmount the drive. On some Windows computers, there will be a new icon on the taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Right click that and choose "safely remove hardware". Then click "stop", then "OK". When it says you can remove it, make sure the mp3 doesn't have a loading animation. (not the battery animation)
On Unix computers, right click the drive on the desktop and choose "unmount". Make sure you wait for the loading animation on the mp3 to finish. Then you can remove the mp3 from the USB port.
To remove songs, you do the same thing, but instead of copying and pasting, you just select the songs you don't want on it and choose delete. (If you're on a Unix computer, delete the ".trash" folder as well(it's a hidden file) or else the songs will remain.)
There's also a way to transport files back and forth with Windows Media Player, but I haven't tried it yet.
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
if the device has a reset button you may be able to use that to clear your settings back to factory defaults, check with your user manual, but sometimes that helps. It shouldn't erase what is already on it, but if you can't download music to it, it shouldn't be a problem if it does. Occasionally in the settings there is a different protocol, which means the language in which it talks to the computer and you may be able to switch that protocol to talk to the computer as well. Additionally, check in My Computer if you have Windows, a lot of times it's just listed as an extra storage device in there. If you want more specific information please post what type of computer you have, what version of Windows, and what exactly you're doing when you hook up the MP3 player and what/if the computer does.
Posted on May 02, 2008
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