Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
Hi - this is my first mp3 player and I'm not sure if I'm doing this right, but I load the songs from a cd into windows media player and then sync the songs I want into my mp3 player. Nothing plays when its done syncing. I bought this on ebay and it measures about 1 1/2" X 1" and when I plug it into the computer, the hardware says it is AMT (automatic music transformer). This device is 2 GB and came from Hong Kong.
Follow These Steps:
1. Switch OFF your MP3 player 2. Unplug the cable from Computer 3. HOLD "PLAY" button WHILE you PLUGIN the CABLE with MP3 player.
The MP3 player will now reboot, you can see the welcome screen after few seconds.
4. Go to My Computer > Select the MP3 drive > Right Click > FORMAT > File Format : FAT32 >
After format completes, Unplug the Cable from Computer. Wait few seconds.
5. Plugin the cable with MP3 player.
6. Go to My Computer.
You can now see the MP3 player drive. You can copy paste the media files into the drive. After you complete the file transfers, you can unplug the cable from PC and listen to the songs asusual :)
I've bought the same mp3 player and its working great !
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
So, you can disable the amt from the device and then it will be seen by the OS as an plain pen drive, then you can copy the mp3's directly into it. AMT isn't a good tool but for information I will tell you the pen drive you bought uses a sigmatel chipset(35xx), same as i-pod shuffle.(Maybe you will notice that listening mp3's at 0.05% distortion rate, far lower than te minnimum distortion apreciated by the human.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
WELL, next time dont be cheap and buy a bunch of crapy mp3s off of ebay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DEAL WITH YOUR PROBLEMS YOUR SELF!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
I just bought the same type of MP3 player with AMT software built in. At first I thought it was some spyware, but it seems safe. All I do is select the songs from my PC (mp3, wma or any other format) and I noticed that when I clicked send to the MP3 the software overided the usual copying window in XP. I say 2 thumbs up.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
Connect u r player->AMT will popup->right click on ur player->go to Properties->go to hardwares->click on the cd room icon against which something like"AMT MP3 USB Device" is written->click the properties->click disable->disconnect ur player->reconnect it. now AMT Will not pop up.
another thing is the cd frm which u r coppyng songs may hav songs in audio format.so first convert it to mp3 format n then copy it in ur player.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
Geez... all you have to do is just allow the AMT integrate with your PC... if the antivirus detect is as a virus just put the file into exclusion list... no problem with me (using kaspersky int security) and this MP3 player is NOT crappy, last long than the one with the LCD, cause the LCD eating the battery power... and of course... it's easy to carry...
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
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