Question about Audio Players & Recorders
You can transfer music to most mp3 players by dragging and dropping it to the mp3 player.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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Posted on Aug 22, 2008
This has really turned out to be a crappy mp3 player. I can sync the music from my computer to the mp3, but it does not show up when I look it up in the menu.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
Read manual first
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
First you have to find a convertor for your mp3 player. (it should come with your mp3 player when you got it) then you open up limewire. Under your downloads, to the left of the screen is the buttom labeled "Explore" Click it. A page with all your downloads pops up. Drag the music files to your music library/ media players then transfer/drag and drop to your mp3/4
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Once you insert the mp3 player, the computer automatically detect the device, were you can see the folder inside of your mp3, create a folder from file, new, folder.
Now open the folder where the music was downloaded usually you can see that file at my document, save/complited folder, select all the file, copy
Open the new folder (which you created) in the mp3 then paste the songs that was downloaded.
To play the music in the mp3 player, just find the folder you created.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
Go to the sytem Settings menu and go to this option:
Display Art in Lists
Enabling this feature displays a small image of the song album cover, audiobook
cover, and photos when scrolling through list of these items.
1. Scroll down to Display Art in Lists and select it.
2. Use thumbwheel to switch between On (enable) and Off (disable).
If changing this option to enable fials to resolve the issue, the solution is a bit painful: You will have to manually add the artwork to each single song within an album in Windows Media Player 11, delete the song that is missing the artwork off your sansa, and re-add the songs again after you are done manually ediitng the artwork.
Manually add album art (WMP 11)
1. Run WMP.
2. Click Library on the top bar.
3. Select and right-click the file(s) you wish to update and select Advanced Tag Editor.
4. Click the Picture tab, then click Add.
5. Navigate to the image you wish to use for album art then click Open.
6. Click Apply then OK.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
im not sure where you get one of those but you could either download itunes or wndows mediaplayer to put music on it . you might need to charge it if it wont turn on or just by batteries
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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