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Help synching playlists - SanDisk Sansa E280 MP3 Player

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  • baileywhif Oct 20, 2008

    Coby MP715-4g

    I can't access my playlists on the MP3 player even though they are on Windows media player file list. What am I missing? HELP!

  • Anonymous Oct 29, 2008

    Have made playlists using Windows Media Player but they do not transfer/play on my ilo MP3.

    Thanks!

    Chuck

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Try plugging in your device and click on "Sync-Advanced Options"

In the dialogue box, select the tab "File types" and click on "Select All"

Then try to sync again. This worked for me!

Posted on Nov 07, 2008

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Yes the same thing happens with me. I removed samsung media studio then I create a new folder in My documents, call it by the artist name eg The Beatles. place your mp3's in this file. Now plug in your YP-K3 and double click on it's icon in My computer go to data then music or playlists (whatever you want to do) cut the file you created in My documents and paste it in music or playlists.

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