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Depends on the model and manufacturer of your Mp3 player. Generally, your two choices are Windows Explorer and Windows Media Player. If you have an IPod, then iTunes will work as well.

Did your player come with a manual? If not, you can usually get one by going to the manufacturers wesbite.

That is the best help we can give you without knowing the model # and manufacturer name.

Posted on Jun 07, 2008

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How do i remove music from my device


What device is it exactly. Ipods are different than other devices.
There is probably an option to delete music that you are listening to in the menu system of your device. But the easiest way to remove a lot of songs at once is to plug the device into your computer with the appropriate cord. Your computer will detect the connection (just like when you want to add songs) and it may present a screen of choices. Choose the folder icon, which will let you explore the device. Find the songs you want to delete, click them and hit delete.
That's a pretty generalized answer...to give specifics, I'd need to know your operating system (windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Mac, etc) and the make and model of your mp3 player.

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My mp3 player not being recomignizer by computer.


when you turn it on. you should see the music screen. If you press the down arrow you should toggle between music, movie, picture and, settings. In setting under the online device option theres 2 choices. usb and media. its actually gotta be on usb to see the files stored on it.
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Two options:
1) Sign up for an online music service, or
2) Load songs directly from a CD

When choosing an online music service, find one that only gives you the songs in Mp3 format - all other formats will be either incompatible with your player or will give you headaches down the road. The other value of getting an mp3-only service is that you will be able to use the songs later if you decide to let your music service subscription lapse. Rhapsody has an Mp3 Only service, but be very cautious - Rhapsody has about 6 different subscription levels, and only one of them is an Mp3 Only service. There used to be dozens of other choices besides Rhapsody, but not anymore - most other major music service either folded, went with a DRM-protected WMA format, or went with an AAC format (iTunes).

To load songs directly from a CD, use Windows Media Player. Open Windows Media Player 11 --> run your mouse over the Rip tab --> click on the arrow that appears under the Rip tab --> Select "Format" --> change to mp3. Then put your CD in the computer's CD drive and click on the Rip tab -> it will convert the songs on your CD to mp3 format so that you can load the songs onto your mp3 player.

Good luck!

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I have a GoGear SA3025/37 that when I try to access music that has been sync from Windows Media Player the screen says file format not supported.....how do I correct please


The SA3025 is incompatible with any song that has DRM protection on it. Therefore, your only choices are to download files that are in true mp3 format - 90% of music services do not use mp3 format anymore. Or, to ocnver them to mp3 (or less preferably WMA) from CD.

It is a limitation of the player.

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Until someone decides to make this converter I'm afraid you only have those two choices!

You could try burn CD's from iTunes if you downloaded the music & then rip them to FP3. Painfull but no other way just yet :(

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The songs that are giving you this message are in WMA - the music service that was used to download them either has an expired subscription, or you have to resynchronize that player to that music service (whether it was Rhapsody or not). Also, the songs that are giving you this message might have had fixed-term licenses, and now the licenses have expired. Here are your options:
1) Renew the music service subscription
2) If it is renewed, then resynchronize your player to that music service
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4) Remove the DRM encryption from those songs (definitely illegal)

Those are your choices.

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Goign through windows media player, "sync" tab, right click on the "music" heading on the right side of the screen once you've navighated to the ILO. One of the choices should be "delete from device".

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