Question about AIGO DIY MP3 Player
PLUG AIGO INTO USB. WHEN PC RECOGNISES IT SELECT START/MY COMPUTER/ DRIVE F (OR WHATEVER IT HAS CHOSEN).
THEN SELECT THE MUSIC FILES YOU WANT TO TRANSFER (THEY MUST BE MP3 FORMAT) THEN SELECT COPY TO DRIVE F FOR EXAMPLE AND THEY WILL TRANSFER OVER.
RIGHT CLICK MOUSE AND SELECT NEW FOLDER TO ORGANISE THE FILES HOW YOU WANT THEM. EEEEASY!!!
Posted on Aug 12, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Turn on your computer. Connect your Samsung MP3 player to your PC via the USB cord. Power on your Samsung MP3 Player.
Click on "Open folder to view files" when it pops up or click on my computer and select the Samsung "drive."
Transfer music. A folder will appear containing all music files on your Samsung Player. Click and drag any music files from your computer to this folder to add them to your MP3 player.
Wait until the transfer is finished to disconnect your Samsung MP3 Player.
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