When I first plugged in my Juke phone to my Mac, I was able to just drag songs onto the Juke icon and they would show up on my phone's play list. I could listen to them fine. But one day, my phone suddenly showed zero songs. When I connected the phone to the Mac and opened the icon on the computer, the songs were still there. But I can't get the phone to show or play anything now.
I'd appreciate your help. Thanks!
how do i get the songs from itunes that are m4p to show up on my juke?
You can convert a song to a different file format (and keep a copy of the original). For example, you can save a copy of a compressed song file such as MP3 or AAC in an uncompressed song format (AIFF or WAV).
When converting from a compressed to uncompressed file format (for example, from MP3 to AIFF), you shouldn't notice any reduction in sound quality. However, when converting between compressed formats (for example, MP3 and AAC), you may notice a reduction in the sound quality. For the best results, if you want your music encoded in a different file format, import the music again from the original source using the new encoding format.
Important: Except for iTunes Plus songs, you can't convert iTunes Store purchases.
To convert a song's file format:
Choose iTunes > Preferences, click Advanced, and then click Importing.
In the Import Using pop-up menu, choose the format you want to convert songs to, and then click OK to save the settings.
Select one or more songs in your library (Command-click to choose multiple songs), and then choose Advanced > "Convert Selection to...."
To convert all the songs in a folder or on a disk, hold down the Option key and choose Advanced > "Convert Selection to," and then choose the folder or disk containing the songs you want to convert.
The song in its original format and the newly converted song appear in your library.
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On Mac or PC, it's the same... This is a preference setting in iTunes. Open iTunes software, from the left top menu called iTunes, drop down to "preferences" then choose "devices" check off where it says "prevent ipods and iphones from syncing automatically"
The other spot to make sure you are controlling the music manually is; Plug in sync cable, your ipod shows up on left column in iTunes, at the summary tab (default view) it shows a window on your screen that has three sections: ipod model, version and on the bottom it has "options" be sure to check off "manually manage music & videos." remember you can drag songs directly onto your ipod icon. (on a Mac anyway) Good luck.
First you need to sync device before adding songs. First plug in device, than make sure computer notices player. Than go into media player or music folder and sync device. Than you can either create a sync list from there, or you can drag songs from music folder into your player folder.
Open start menu, my computer, E,F, or G drive should have player on it. You can drag songs from music folder into this drive folder and they will be automatically added
Instead of doing the sync music, try saving your music into your itunes account or on a flash drive. Than just plug your phone into the computer, click on settings, then tools, then USB mass storage. Open the file on your computer, than simply drag and drop your songs from the file on the computer or flash drive, into the phone's file folder. Drop it into your memory card on your phone or just in my music. (I personally recommend getting a micro SD card for the phone so you can hold more songs) good luck!
I had the same problem. I just called Verizon & they had me take the battery out of my phone & then put it back in, the music is working again. I'd say try that & if it doesn't work, call them & they'll help you out! Good luck!
you have to get music on to your windows media player and plug in your mp3 player and create your sync list for what songs you want on your mp3 player and it downloads itself in about i minute per song
Mac JUKE Solution ,I have 416 songs on my JUKE and here is how I did it. Plug your JUKE into your Mac ,turn it on , go to music on your JUKE ,scroll to <sync music> close your JUKE. Look on your desk top for <TELACHIPS> go to Applications then Utilities then Disc Utility. Open Disk Utility click on the <1.9 GB Samsung Drive Icon> select <partition> under format select <Mac OS extended Journaled> run the program . Now you have a Mac Drive an can drop and drag iTunes into the <music. folder inside the TELACHIPS icon . If you have bought music from iTunes DON'T put it on your JUKE it is locked and will screw things up! there are ways to unlock them, It's all on the Internet