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There are no instructions in the instruction manual as to how I transfer songs to the MP3 player. Sorry, but I need MP3's' for Dummies. It's the JX-MP102. PLEASE HELP!

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  • BRIANRNDL Mar 22, 2009

    I JUST GOT MY JX-MP102 PLAYER AND I DONT KNOW HOW TO PUT SONGS ON IT

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I was able transfer songs by starting my xp computer connecting the jx mp102 player to the usb port then starting just as you would for playing music pressing the play pause button - if the screen lights up the computer should recognize it and assign it a new letter which will be seen by windows explorer a screen should pop up that includes that choice. Use can use other file management software also if you have it once the flash drive is recognized. From there the usual procedures for copying from one drive to another can be used.
     However I have had no end of trouble in getting to player turned on except for a few minutes when it does successfully play the songs. Hope you have better luck.  

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

Just bought the JX-MP102 find it difficult to use but was able to download songs from a windows xp laptop - plug the mp3 player into the usb port and turn on just as you would for playing music its screen should light up and the computer will pop up a screen with several options click to start windows explorer and from there you can got to place holding music files and copy them the disk letter which represents  the MP3 player. On my machine my main files are on the C disk and a new D disk pops up for MP3 player. I also have a windows vista machine and it also recognizes the player as a new disk drive just like a flash drive.  Unfortunately I can the player to work for a few minutes at best right now even with the music files successfully loaded and playing so I may return it tomorrow. Hope you have better luck.
   rvwill1930

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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