I have loaded the song frm my pc. but the songs are not not displyed in the dievice and even i have checked the memory in the devies it shows 236 (as i have loaded the song) all things are empyt that is all tracks etc are empty
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Re: problem in loading song in device
Tracks must be transferred using the Musicmatch Jukebox software supplied with the player. You cannot drag & drop from Windows, even though the player shows up as a removable drive. Musicmatch transfers the tracks, and alkso updates the file list on the player. If the tracks aren't on the file list, the player will ignore them.
Also, you need to have Windows XP and Windows Media Player 10, as Musicmatch uses drivers from version 10.
If you have Windows Media Player 11 installed, you will need to uninstall it to roll back to version 10.
If Musicmatch still doesn't transfer correctly, click on options / tools, and make sure that the device is recognised as "GoGear" , and not "Removable drive"
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In a 1GB device you can load about 330 songs of average quality ( 128Kbps ) .
Simple equation 1GB = 1000Mb
An average 128Kbps song is 3 Mb.
3 x 330 = 990Mb.
Please clarify what you mean by download. PC to RCA or RCA to PC ?
Hi! Please scan your ipod for viruses and malwares. Some devices loaded with files and songs disappears when infected. the files and songs was actually there but malwares and viruses just hides the files. I do suggest you connect your device to a pc. runs anti-virus and anti-malware.
Double check and ensure that these songs you are trying to play are compatible formats for the Samsung Yepp. This device supports MP3, and WMA formats. This would explain why the songs won't properly load as well as why the device hangs on the file transfer. This is common for it because in the process of file transfer it does "interpreting" this is a process in which the language readable by the computer such as MP3(Windows) is changed to MP3(Samsung) because they can't fit that operating system on their device it has to read it differently. If this did not solve your problem, please leave a comment and I will get back to you as soon as I can and hopefully resolve your problem =)
try formatting and resetting your mp3 player to factory settings( procedure will be specified in instruction manual) and upgrade the software using the firmware manager that came with the device in the form of installation cd.... hope your problem is tackled. thanks for using fixya!. please dont forget to rate my solution.
so basically you are having problems transferring songs to your device? if thats the problem try to format your device using windows media player and then try transfer the songs again...what program are you using to transfer the songs to your device?