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Re: re mp3 wma mp3 imp 11
Try deleting the files and reloading and if that dosent work make sure your putting in the proper types of files BUT im sure you are so try this first. also after deleting try also taking out the batterys overnight . Good Luck
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thats because media player is a WMA format the mp3 player needs to play songs in MP3 format ,what you can do is download a converter that converts WMA to MP3 and from now on start downloading music on MP3 format
You may be able to, if our player supports MTP mode. You will have to see if the mode can be changed from MSC mode to MPT. for a better explanation of these terms go to this tip posted here --
Solve your MP3 Player Connection Problem.
You must ensure that the files you have downloaded to the player are either MP3 or WMA files. Any other format will not play. To check if the file is in the correct format right click on it and go to properties. It must show as being an MP3 or WMA file.
Coby has released a firmware upgrade for the MP-610 MP3 Player. I recommend you download it and run it to fix your device. You can find the download and installation instructions on the Tip I posted on the FixYa Website.
Audiobooks in WMA format have a restrictive DRM-license that does not allow their use on certain types of mp3 player. To use the WMA file that you already have, you will need to use an illegal DRM-stripper such as Tunebite - but, that's illegal.
You will have to stick to audiobooks that are in mp3 format - and even then, there are a few asterisks - you may not be able to resume where you left off without fast-forwarding. But at least you will be able to play the file.
Here is the asterisk behind WMA compatibility - there are two types of WMA files - protected and unprotected. 90% of WMA files are DRM-protected, hence they are either not usable in mp3 players that say they can play WMA's, or the song has a DRM restriction on it that prevents it from being played on an mp3 player without purchasing additional rights.
To avoid the problem completely, only download songs that are in mp3 format. It may be more expensive initially, but they are better in the long-term - even if you found a WMA file that eventually works with your mp3 player, the protected WMA files have an expiration date, so they would stop working after 30 days, 90 days, 1 year, or 2 years depending on the specific license for each song. Mp3 files never expire, never give you error messages, and work with nearly (if not all) 100% of mp3 players.
Hey! I have the same player like you have. The only difference is that my player has no FM, but this has not to be a problem.
I say it like this, send me on my email a file wich makes you problems to see if it showes the same problem. Maybe the files wich your player allowes you to play on must be with copyright or something like that.
We should try to do it like this and see if you file works on my player or not. My email is ([email protected])
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