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You don't have any problem. Don't bother about your downloader as long as your computer can recognize your mp3. If you have your mp3 songs on your computer, just copy from your computer and paste on your mp3 and there you go. Goodluck.
hi, you could try putting it in and it should work the only problem you may have is that say the maximum is 6gb then you will only get 6gb but i have myself but bigger sd cards in phones and mp3 and mp4 players and these have all worked above the recomended maximum allowed so you should have no problem with using the bigger gb card.
If it's not downloading videos, first you need to check the requirements. If you're trying to download a video from the computer to your MP4, you have to make sure that the device has enough space to accept the video.
Example: the video size is 700MB, but you only have 600MB remaining storage on your MP4, then the device could never afford a file size that is larger that the free storage.
Check the supported file format of the device. Refer to the user manual of your device to see what are the supported video file formats. Let's say the device could support .avi file, but you are trying to download .3gp or other file format, the device would not accept it.
Kindly refer to the user manual or contact the manufacturer for more details about your device.