My Philips 2gb gogear will not let me add any mp3 songs
I have download MP3 song to put on to my MP3 player but no of the MP3 songs will be allowed to be put on to the player.
I have downloaded music videos and these are play well.
But so far any MP3 song I have downloaded I cannot get to transfer to my player. I just get a red erroe message.
It will not even let me try to convert the files.
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U DO NOT REQUIRE ANY SOFTWARE TO ADD SONGS TO UR PHILLIPS MP3 PLAYER. JUST USE UR USB CABLE TO CONNECT WITH THE PC. THEN U SEE ONE DRIVE NAMED REMOVABLE DRIVE COMES IN MY COMPUTER. JUST DOUBLE CLICK ON IT AND ADD MP3 SONGS AND THE SONGS ARE ADDED TO MP3 PLAYER. ENJOY THE SONGS IN PHILIPS MP3 PLAYER. GREAT SOUND.....
format it once more then use usb a cable to plug in the mp3 player and u see a removable drive is created in my computer double click the drive and then create a song folder inside it then copy paste the songs which u want to insert into the mp3 player. after the songs are copied safetly remove the mp3 player then listen to the songs which u have transfered....... enjoy mp3 player.....
Some songs from certain music services have a DRM-licensing system that either: a)the player does not recognize, or b)does not allow transfer to mp3 players/portable devices (even though they will play fine on your computer).
The only real solution is to only transfer/download songs that are in mp3 format. Any other format (other than the exceptionally rare UNPROTECTED WMA's - these you can generally only obtain by ripping them from a CD) will give you the red X.
The songs that you are trying to load have a license type that the GoGear does not support, or the license does not allow playback on mp3 players. The solution would depend on the music service that you are using, and the type of GoGear that you have - on some music services, you can pay extra money to get a song that has a license that allows transfer and playback on mp3 players.
If, instead of an SA6045, you have a newer model Go Gear, you may not be able to play DRM-encrypted songs at all. In which case, the solution would be to sign up for a music service that only gives you songs in mp3 format.
None of the GoGears - ever- were ever compatible with iTunes.
Here's what happened: When you first synced your GoGear to Windows Media Player, you may have set up the automatic sync option. When this option is selected, Windows Media Player will add EVERY song, picture, etc from your Library on your computer to the GoGear. Now, every time you sync you device, it adds every new file from your computer into the GoGear automatically. It will even delete songs from your GoGear that were on there before. Go into Windows Media Player 11 with your GoGear connected to the computer (it will automatically sync and add new files one last time), move the mouse cursor over to the sync tab; a small black arrow will appear under the word "Sync"; click on the small black arrow and a dropdown menu will appear; select "Portable media device" from the dropdown menu, and another dropdown menu will appear; select "Set Up sync"; a window will appear with some information on your device - uncheck the box that says "Sync this device automatically"; click Finish; This will eliminate the problem of Windows always adding songs/files you don't want into your player. -Tha Mp3 Doctor