Question about Finis Swi MP3 Player
I just started using my Swimp3 player with an imac and very successfully transferred a book from i-tunes that was on my computer. I deleted the book from the Swimp3 and transferred some music from i-tunes (so i thought). There is no music on the Swimp3, but the audio book I thought had been removed is still there and another book that I did not transfer. However, when I plug the Swimp3 into the USB port, it shows me that there are numerous songs and no books. Play it and there are books! Please help! Thanks
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
That did the trick for me! Thanks!
Posted on Apr 04, 2007
I had the same problem and it took me while to figure it out, but I did. Thanks to a website telling me how to re-format the whole thing. I went to "my computer" and right clicked on "removeable device" and clicked on format. It should read "fat" not "fat32" then I clicked "start" and then when I loaded stuff on it worked. Good luck!
Posted on Mar 22, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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