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Re: mp3 in water
Hi jorg6.. If you ever find that you have to deal with a wet device, don't just abandon it. Instead, try the following method to repair the water damage: DO NOT TURN IT ON! Take it apart as much as you can. Take out the battery, the memory card and whatever else can be easily disassembled. (Just make sure you can put it back together.) Store the parts in an air-tight container covered with either dry rice, silica gel packets or kitty litter. These will absorb the moisture from your electronics device, leaving it water-free. If no rice, gel packets or kitty litter are available, try using a vacuum to **** the water out. DO NOT blow-dry the parts, it will only force the water farther in and cause more damage. Please take time to rate me Bud
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I drop all downloaded music to one place, then get WindowsMediaPlayer to look there for music ln the add files to libary.
When this is done just "Sync" your device in WMP and choose the files you want to add.
Please rate this solution if you find it helpful. It is how I "Sync" my own mp3 player, everyday.
go to the tunnel that woz once blocked off near where u can save, go throu it and then go right climb down the wall, then sing on the stage, come straight off it in 2 the water, walk straight ahead' then sing again and go right u'll get 2 the animals and that should b it, hope i have help u..
I was having the same problem with my PSA250/05 but found out how to resolve it.
As the PSA250 converts the files into it's own naming algorithms simple dragging and dropping mp3's work work as the device doesn't recognise them.
Inside musicmatch Jukebox you will find a portable device options section. In here under one of the options you'll see the mp3 device which is in a drop down box. If you click this box you'll see that you have another option for Nike + Phillips, select this option and now add your tracks.... All should be fine.
Try calling the costomer survice line. Then catalog all of the things you were doing while you were listening to the mp3. Did you drop it in water? Was it out in extream cold or heat?? Has it been on for more than 5 hours at a time. Sometimes your system will over heat if you have it on to long. I hope I helped, im not an expert, but still I own one of these, so i have some experience