Almost one song title on 2 is played as if it was from a scratched LP! I've tried different MP3 compression levels, switched between the M2 extension card and the phone memory to store them.. but the problem persists. A "bad" MP3 file restored back to my computer plays well. Does this have something to do with the Walkman application playing MP3? (videos and radio don't produce similar problems), is it possible to upgrade the player?
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If the file is corrupt, then it will skip until it finds one that it can play. I had this on some songs I ripped from a scratched up CD. At a certain point, the files are not clear enough for the iPod/iTunes, and will be skipped. This can also happen if you've unplugged without ejecting the iPod first while you were transferring music. I would recommend either playing a different song, or if it is doing it to all of them, put the iPod into DFU mode. You should be able to google that and have no problem with it. It will wipe your iPod, however.
Delete songs and Format (Helps with try to delete BAD TRACKS and folders that will not delete Labeling Unknown Songs: open Windows Media Player and go to library click on artist. The sub folders will be named by the artists and the unknown songs will be in the sub that say's unknown. Click on unknown then right click on the title bar put a check next to artist and album artist. Right click song under artist or album artist or both and type in the name of the artist etc.... This change in your computers Music folders also then sync with your sansa or media player then load songs to it........
The "synchronize files to continue" is annoying, and you are likely to get it again. If the music files on your player came from Rhapsody, the short-term solution is to re-synch the files through Rhapsody itself. If your subscription to Rhapsody, Overdrive, etc. ever expires, you will also get this message. The only long-term way around this problem is to only load songs that are in mp3 format (Rhapsody has an Mp3-Only subscription, which is different from its regular subscription; Limewire is another choice - but it is prone to have viruses, and some ISPs will cut off your broadband if you use the service). If you wanted to erase all songs and start over from scratch, you could update the firmware on the player - it will have the side effect of erasing everything on the player.
I have one, which is made by a company called Mach Speed. It plays through the FM freq. If yours is like mine I would make sure the songs on either the flash drive or the digital card play like they should in the computer first. I have about 1gb on mine, so I purchased some smaller flash cards in order to make it easier to manage my music because my songs play in groups, and you you have to scroll through each song in order to get to a particular song.
Also if yours is like mine, mine only plays MP3s so make sure that all of the music is MP3s. I had different types of files mixed before I realized why some songs wouldn't play.
Honestly, I am not too impressed with my player, but it works.
hmmm, that means that you may have synched some songs that are not fully compatible with your go-gear. although it is still mp3, it may have some "codecs" issues with it. and thus making your go gear crazy. what you can do is delete all the songs you have there, and make a fresh start from scratch, that way, you'll know.
This problem is well known for mp3 players the solution is to do player updates.
If that doesn't work format your mp3 player by going on to the software you tranfer songs to the payer with and formatting from there (not deleting the songs) do it the correct way which should work.
If there isn't a format option on the software go to "My Computer", look for the device on there preferably called "Removable device" make sure it's the mp3 player right click on it and click "Format", once format is complete do player updates then use it as you would and see if the problem has be fixed.
Remember when you format memory like a hard drive you erase everything. Move music to your internal mp3 memory and do a profile - folders should appear.
If you have flashed your player with the firmware update you can get 520 songs on the player for both internal and external combined but be warned that if you exceed this count your player will start to forget the earlier loaded songs - listed but not addressable (playable). The same is for the folder count eg. add album = artist + ablum title (min 2 folders). Plus always profile your songs after loading new music or deleting as this is an index build process to play song 152 = title x. This includes accidental radio recordings to MP3s.
RD2312 , RD2315, RD2317 Lyra™ mp3 flash player Firmware/Application Upgrade Version 3.11 fixes:
Supports a total of 520 songs, in up to 50 folders, with up to 8 levels of subfolders.
Hey, sorry you havn't received a solution for your m:robe till now, you've probably already fixed the problem. But if not, I'd suggest taking it back to the store that you bought it from, then they can send it back to the 'Customer support centre'. I had the exact problem happen to me and I just had it sent away, it came back fine. Hope that helps:)