We have had success with downloading the music from Walmart.com and have loaded it into the player, but it doesn't play all songs. The first night it did play everything and then after that it only plays about half the music listed.
I bought 2 of these, and they both react the same way. I tried Media Player and WinAmp with no success, so I started dropping files to it like a USB key, and that was only partially successful. For certain files it comes up with a message about the thing disconnecting from the system (when it hasn't) and if I skip that file, it will work with another one (it's random the files it doesn't work with - nothing odd about the file or filename). Then, there's files that didn't get fully transferred, and have screwed up files / filenames, and it won't let me delete them (something about the way Windows XP is looking at the device maybe?) Any tips? And the big question - is there a web site anywhere? There is a support phone number, but I hate using 90% automated systems that end in someone I can't understand (they only speak Engrish).
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That usually happens when you are using Windows Media Player to
download music. WIndows Media downloads music into folders either by
artist or the title of the CD. Your best bet will be to start over.
Connect your MP3 player to your computer, if Windows Media opens close
it. Go to My computer and click on MP3 player or Removable disk. It
should say Internal storage. Right click on internal storage and select
format. This will erase all your files in the MP3 player so please make
sure you have copies of this files. After you are done formatting. Open
Internal storage and leave the window open, it should be empty. Go to
start, search, picture, music or video, check the music box and click
search. All your music files should appear when is done searching, just
click and drag one song at a time. into the the internal storage
window. Remember do not use folders just click and drag one song at
time. This should take care of your problem. If you still have any
questions. Please contact Audiophase at 818-767-2843 ext 117
Connect your mp3 player to the computer with the USB cable provided.
Install the software provided or use a program to synchronize it [Eg, Windows Media Player]
If WMP does not work and you do not get sofware with it simply, Open My Computer, Look for your mp3player's file "Audiophase-something", Open this folder.
Keep this folder open and open the folder where you music is stored.
If you do not have music on the computer yet, rip music to it using WMP or download some using Ares or Limewire.
Now that you have both windows open, drag the music to the music folder of your mp3player.
Walmart and many other sites sells songs that are DRM encrypted, meaning they are copy protected. Your MP3 player will not play these unless it is DRM 9 / 10 compatable. The purchase license permits you to download and play in the first device, when copied to another device the DRM prohibits playback in the second device.
Ok for the KZ111 and KZ100 audiophase. turn the mp3 player on. then plug it into the computer. the
player will start charging. Go to windows explorer or my computer and you will see it listed as a hard drive. Create a folder called music. you can then drag and drop mp3 files into the music folder. As for charging the battery
my Motorola V170 cell phone has a usb charger. I use it to charge my mp3 player takes about 20 minutes. and the charger in my car for the phone works too. Hope this helps.
Well, I may have a solution. Some music websites or "free" mp3 websites put a type of license or protection thing on the files that you download so that when you try to listen to them, you can only use certin software/music players and also make it so you cannot use any of the files on your mp3 player/iPod. I tried a place called emusic.com and they say you get 20, or so, free downloads BUT you can only use their music player for them. And the funny thing is, they have avertisements in about half of the packages of new mp3 players in the market.
Try looking at their policy or license on the website to see if you can put the songs on your mp3 player. Good luck, and have a nice day.