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Detailed instructions to download music to a RCA MP3 Player, M62 series?

Detailed instructions to download music, photos, etc.

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  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2012

    thanks for prompt reply - but need "details". What is the audio converter? where do I find it? how do I download it? Player comes with RCA EasyRip software - but - very limited instruction. software did not work for me -need details on what to do?

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Download the audio converter and then covert the music to the format u want.....................

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