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All video mp3 players are inherently memory devices ,which means that you can put any sort of file into it as long as it is within the limits of its capacity.All you have to do is copy the picture files and paste it in the drive listed as removable hard drive.

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Connect your MP3 player to your computer with the USB cable.
Then copy and paste the picture files from your computer to the picture folder in the MP3 player.

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