Go to start. then go to my computer. do this while your sansa is plugged in ok. now you will see your sansa click on explore. you will see two files one says data the other media. ckick on one of them i forget which i think its data and you will see pictures ( i think its the media file. all your pics like show up and just delete and they will be gone
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Check the specification of your MP3 player to determine thetype of video file format it uses.Most common video files that MP3 players use are, AVI andWMV, there may be others such as FLV, MOV and DivX.If your player cannot play a video then it is anincompatible video file format, then you need to convert that video file to aformat that your MP3 player uses. After video conversion then copy the videofiles to your MP3 player using the USB cable from your computer.Click on this link for instructions on converting videofiles for MP3 players :-http://www.fixya.com/support/r5874192-play_videos_mp3_player
Your Sony MP3 player can only support a few video file formats. Videos will need to be converted to play on the Sony MP3 player. please click on this link and follow my instructions for video file conversions and to copy files to your MP3 player:- http://www.fixya.com/support/r5874192-play_videos_mp3_player
Put a microSD memory card (limit 4GB) in the phone. Take a few pictures and make a short video .Use the phone menu to transfer the pictures an video to the external memory card. Use the media player to watch your recorded video. Try to play music and you will get a no content found message. Now, turn off the phone, remove the memory card and place it into an adapter that will connect to a computer by usb port. Windows should recognize it as a removable drive. If you look at that drive in Explorer you will see 3 folders. Pictures are in my_pix. Videos are in my_flix. Transfer .mp3 files to the my_music folder. When you put the card back into the phone you can play the mp3 files with the media player. Yes, I did this and it works.
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well do you have the drivers for it? if you do, then most generic mp3/mp4 players usually work with programs such as windows media player and etc. just drag and burn the files. there are also illegal ways such as limewire or frostwire if you really need to. also if you like youtube videos, here is a program called youtubedownloader that is a few MB and will download videos to your computer for you to put them on: www.youtubedownloader.com.
if nothing else, try itunes or look at downloads.com for media players.
This link gives a video instruction on how to load music and videos and pictures to your model of GPX product. In the second column on this page, click on the bottom green arrow. You will need to allow pop-ups in your browsers to get the video instructions to come up. Good luck!
if this is the slick stick portable MP3 player that looks like a flash drive and has a blue backlit monochrome LCD display thay your talking about then you cannot put videos on it as far as I know but ive seen this little player on a few websites and it says you can put JPEG pictures on it and supposedly display them but i doubt you can, i mean in what a 100x20 pixel screen then no jpegs will look grainy, as for the guest that posted on june 25th you can get mp3s from many different places like limewire and rhapsody mp3 store i think this player can play DRM WMA files too and you just plug this little player into your USB port and then drag and drop your tunes its that easy, this player shows up in windows as a removable drive
Look for the cd installer of your media player, install it to your pc, reboot, plug your media player to the pc wait for a few minutes until it finishes installing the needed software for it. Browse your audio/video files and copy it to your media player. It's done.