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I am having the hardest time transferring my iTunes songs to my multimedia player (samsung flash memory 4gb, 4th generation) I cannot understand the manufactures instructions. I need simple, step by step help. thanks

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  • NICKIBARRY Jul 03, 2008

    I GUESS I AM CLUELESS ON HOW TO COLLECT THE SONGS FROM iTUNES, AND HOW DO I ACTUALL GET TTHEM TO MY MP3 PLAYER? THANKS

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First collect all of your songs. Then open my computer and open up your MP3 device that it should be showed in there.



Thank You!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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