Question about Philips SA5125/37 MP3 Player
When I switch on my MP3 player I can only play the last two albums I loaded. ...yet when I go onto my computer and click Library I have a list of all the others I have added,...yet I cannot play any of them ??
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
Make sure the Philips Device Manager has been installed, and run it.
Press and hold the [VOL+] button on the player whilst connecting to the PC. Device Manager will go into repair mode. Follow the on-screen prompts. This will format the player, removing all files, and re-flash the firmware.
When finished you will need to re-start the player once, and a second time when it shuts down.
Open Windows Media Player. Go to the Tools menu and select options. (You may need to right click the top bar to access the Tools menu.)
Click the Rip Music tab. Select the file type you wish to use (SA6025 supports .MP3 and .WMA)
Make sure the "Copy protect music" box is not ticked.
Click apply then ok to return to the main program.
Insert your CD, and select the tracks you wish to transfer and click "Rip".
Your CD will be converted and saved in the My Music folder.
When it has finished transfer the files to your player using the Sync option.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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