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If you have windows media player then all you need to do is insert your YP-K3 into the computer then windows media player will show you a bunch of options for your MP3 click what ever suites you. Then rip the C.D to the windows media player. Then click and drag the songs if you want all of them click the first one press shift down on your keyboard then stop when you have all the songs you want then click and drag to the right hand side where it has your YP-K3
most likely you need to reformat your player and resync the music to it. License errors usually occur when you get a song and its like a free trial song, and rhapsody is known to have some issues with their 36 hour rental songs on MP3 devices
Its not your fault, of course. However, it'd help if you try reformatting the device. If not, even upgrade the YP-K3 into a new firmware. (Go to samsungplay.com, and download the newer firmware there. The firmware is new if the number of the version is higher than yours). It may help. If the problem persists, i'll try to find other ways to tackle this problem.
For RTC error, open Windows Media Player and connect it. Windows media should offer to synch the clock. RTC stands for RealTime Clock
For License Error, this is to be expected around the same time every month. You see, when you transfer DRM protected music, a license is transferred as well. When you use a montly "all you can eat" plan, the licenses expiring every month keeps you from syncing all sorts of songs onto your device, then canceling your service, making away with free music.
Open your music service, connect the device, and synch a song to it. That should update all licenses.
if you have a error message license error, it means song is not properly authorized to be shared.
is this "downloaded song", are they on mp3 format? if they are, try using windows media player, then synch it with the mp3 player.
hope this helps!