Question about Polaroid MPA-20011S Digital Media Player
Connect your player to the computer. You can see videos folder. Put your videos(supported file format) in that folder. Now you can play videos.
Cheers, The K.
Posted on Dec 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi! you can download songs and videos by using lime wire or rocket mp3 and search for mp3 or videos, you can convert your videos in any format by using a program called format factory and it's free, be sure to use the right extension when converting videos. maybe .avi .mpeg .flv , good luck and hope it will help
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
SOURCE: PHILIPS MEDIA CONVERTER
First, I would go to the Philips website and download the updated version of the Philips Media Converter - it will recognize more file types. If the new media converter still does not recognize your files, download a program called Riva FLV Encoder, and convert your video files to AVI format. The Philips Media Converter will then recognize the videos.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
This happened to me when I took my MP3 off of my Mac. I didn't know why ,but I sensed a pattern. Thats when I figured it out. All you have to do to prevent this is "Safely Eject" your hardware from your computer whenever you are done placing things on/ taking things off of it from your computer. For a Mac, all you do is drag the Icon thats on the desktop to the Trash, and it will eject it, and for Windows, you go o the bottom right hand corner of your screen and find the "Safely Eject" icon, click it, and then click what you want to eject.
Now, if you have already done the action and that message pops up, this is how you fix it.
Go on your computer and plug in your MP3. The files will still be on there, but they won't show up on your MP3. They will show up on your computer. Make an empty, easily accessible folder somewhere (I always put it on my desktop, its not going to be there long). Then, drag all the files from your MP3 to that folder (the ones you want to keep, anyway). After its done copying the files over, safely eject your MP3 from your computer.
Now, go on your Insignia and find where it says "Empty Internal Memory". Click that, and then click yes. It will now empty all the memory from your MP3. Then, find where it says "Restore Settings" or "Restore Default Settings". Click that. Now, you basically have a brand new MP3. No kinks to it.
Now, plug your MP3 back into your computer. The tricky part is when you delete all the internal memory, you also delete some of the folders that actually come with the MP3, namely the "Music" folder. Thats what took me a while to figure out. To regain your "Music" folder, all you have to do is go into the folder named "AUDIBLE" (all caps, hopefully), and then create a folder named "Music" (just type it like that, not "MUSIC" or "music"). After you have that down, you could drag all your music back from that folder you made a little while back. Now you have all your files on your MP3 again! After you're sure its done copying all the files back to your MP3, make sure you SAFELY EJECT the MP3 from your computer. Check that 3 times before you do it, just so you don't have to repeat this tedious process.
And, presto, you're done! At least thats how it worked for me and a few others :D
Hope it helps!!!
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Plug the mp3 player into the computer and pick the video u want. I'm not sure what kind of mp3 it is so it might need a type of file so u might wana google it. but you simply copy the movie file by right click and copy than in an empty space in the mp3 folder right click and hit paste. hope it helps!
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
Like most MP3 player with an inbuilt internal battery, your Slick 2gb mp3 music and video player will have an internal Li-Ion rechargeable battery that will be recharged via your USB Data cable while connected to an USB port on a PC/LAPTOP or USB charger.
Posted on Dec 19, 2009
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