I have a gpx mp3 player with ml658b on the back. i have about 80 songs, about 40 pictures and a season of family guy. when i plug it into my computer it only shows 4 songs and 12 pictures and no videos. i want to get rid of some songs, but they don't show up. please help, i would really appreciate it.t
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Re: not recognizing songs on mp3 player
This happened to me before and unfortunately the only way I could solve the problem was to hold downt the RESET button on the backside of the player. This should clear the whole thing and reset it to the factory defaults.
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hey,dear sir,as we known,the WMV and WMA format from Microsoft have become very common in music download services. However, in this area, they always include DRM protection, that prevents illegally duplication.Songs bought from different companies will have different DRM protection that can restrict you from playing songs on incompatible players.
So now you could undershand why the music in your computer didn't recognize de device but you run the sync and said ok.what can we do ? you only need some removal software to solve this problem . here is a tutorial about how to remove drm from the music from windows media player.hope it will helpful for you
This is determined by the play mode. When playing a song press the MODE button on the side of the player. Then select PLAY MODE. Then choose which option best suits you. Repeat All will play through all of your folders and sub folders and Random will play anything randomly as far as I've been able to tell.
Drag file to the Scroll Bar on the left, hold the file over the GPX DEVICE
Two folders will appear under it.Put file into ALBUMS
To then access videos put onto the device.Hold the MODE BUTTON on your MP3 player until you are returned to your menu screen.Scroll to MOVIES and your videos will be there. :DTo return to listening to music or looking at Pictures, hold the MODE BUTTON and simply select your desired destination.
This player requires Windows Media Player 11 to transfer music files.
Try going to MY COMPUTER. On the left side, there should be a scroll. Scroll down until you see GPX. Double Click. Then double click on REMOVABLE STORAGE, Double click on MUSIC and you should be able to rearrange items from there.
What I Do:
Once there, I look at the scroll on the left again. I open the folders of the bands and highlight all the songs in the folder and drag them to the left hand scroll and deposit them into the MUSIC folder.
The GPX MP3 Player will not recognize .m4a files. You must convert the files to MP3 files first. To do so, in iTunes, click "Edit, Preferences". Change the tab to "Advanced". Inside, there should be a second tab control. Change that to "Importing". Change the "Import Encoder" to "MP3 Encoder". Close those windows. Select the song you want to convert to an MP3, right click, and choose "Convert selection to MP3". Then, locate the file that was created, and put it on your GPX. If you want to convert your entire library, just select all files using Control+A.