Hey i have a mp3/mp4 player it looks like an ipod but it not and well i tried to put songs on it but it only lets me put 21 songs on it and then it says memory full and i tried to figure out wut brand it is but it does not say have no insructions cause my girl got it for me and the insructions got trashed can u help me
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Re: my mp3/mp4 player only lets me
Read the model number off the back or follow GF's instructions on how to find them on eBay; google, rinse, repeat. Add a memory card if it has a slot and you like the sound quality of the thing. Otherwise I guess you can pick about an album at a time (in mp3, not FLAC) and give it a good listen out...at least you won't be confused on song credits!
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I can't say exactly how many videos and songs you can get on that ipod because it varies on the quality of both. To get videos on the ipod you'll need to have them in a compatible format for the ipod, which is mp4. You can either download movie files as mp4's or you can covert movie files you already have with a program. Personally I recommend HandBrake. If you need anymore help just let me know =)
The music file you loaded into your MP4 player is missing the license file. This usually occurs if you've download the song from iTunes - therefore you need to use iTunes to transfer that song to the player. Does it work with an iPod?
iPod supports only mp4 and h.264 video, you have to convert your video to iPod compatible video at first, then add the converted video to iTunes library, plug in your iPod to computer, sync your iPod with iTunes, done. If you need detailed info, here is a step by step guide will teach you how to put DVD and video to iPod http://www.dvdintoipod.com/rip-dvd-movie-and-convert-video-to-ipod.html You can get useful information by visiting Apple official site: http://www.apple.comContact me if you have any other question.
What kind of ipod or Mp4 player do you have? Please note that genuine Apple iPods Do not say MP3 or MP4 on them. You can put your serial number into https://selfsolve.apple.com/GetWarranty.do
to see if you have a real apple iPod.
That said, you should probably try reformatting it. To Do this, Right click the drive in itunes and click format. If the player shows up in iTunes, click restore when it pops up. Please note that this will destroy all data on the player.
Did you purchased those songs from itunes? you got to make sure the songs you are trying to transfer doenst have any DRM licence in it...I believe your device comes with a software that hekps you convert mp3 to mp4...what kind of device do you have?