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Syncing music to motorola k1m mp3 player

I can't get my music synced to the mp3 player in my motorola k1m krzr. Media player says the music is synced, but the phone can't start the mp3 player, it just keeps trying to load. When I look at the files on the Micro SD card the files are still in WMA format. If I just copy MPG files over, then the mp3 player works. Aren't I supposed to be able to sync the player with Media Player?

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Download on to your pc free of charge a product by NCH software called, Switch sound file converter it converts all your music to MP3 format very easily.
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Convert the WMA....to mp3 this will correct the issue

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