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Sir please connect your device to your computer and see if any indication is shown on the display of your mp3 player if yes then open my computer and a new device will appear under the removable devices...please open it and if there is a folder named mp3 to music then also open it and copy paste all music you want
If not then please make sure in the settings of the device that USB is set to MASS STORAGE MODE
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If it's an Onda, then it's a custom build. I would see if you can get Windows Media Player to recognize it, and then sync files to your device that way. If not, just connect it to PC, double-click my computer, and double-click the Onda device. If it has a msuic folder, just drage your files to there. I would only drag mp3-formatted files to this player - since it is a custom build, there are no specs. Here is a link to the company website: http://www.ondacorp.com/products_custom.html
Custom builds are not for rookies. You are THE expert in this product simply because you own it.
avi format itself conatins many encoding formats . usually avi players support Xvid encoderd videos . u try to conver the video to xvid fmovie format ( .avi) with some video converters and try . ( i prefer xilisoft video conavrter ) . try and reply me