I think I may have corrupted my files..not sure. It was doing okay, but after I downloaded some Mp3s I unplugged it from the computer and now the music won't play. You can scroll and select, but once you do the music won't play, the counter won't move. Then every song on the player has the same title. I just got a new computer, couldn't figure out how to shut it down, so I just unplugged it...which is why I think I might have corrupted the files. Any suggestions/ideas? Thanks!
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a flash drive is used mainly for storing of files, you need a device that will play the files you want, in this case a device that plays mp3s and either transfer your music to/through it. Unless your transmitter states that it plays different media formats that is but i have never heard of that before. hope this helps.
go follow this link http://www.imserba.com/forum/showthread.php?p=229259#post229259, just register its for free so that you can download the file, you must have winrar on your pc to extract the file, connect your mmc via card reader, you can also transfer via bluetooth, and through infrared, and enjoy....
While downloading the .mp3s you may have also got a virus that has damaged the music player. That is why the mp3s are not being played by the phone. Only way out is to get the firmware reinstalled and then throw away these mp3s and get new ones from wherever you got (not this source as it has been proved virus riddled) and also install an anti virus on your phone.
Custom firmware (needed to run pirated/ISO/CSO games) can't be run for the PSP 3000 series. You may download demo games from the Play Station Network and they are all playable. You can play MP3s and WMA files (needs activation) on them though. Put your music files on your MS inside the MUSIC folder (create the folder if there is none present).
you need to update your system software by connecting it wirelessly to a network.
make sure they are MP3 files and they are put in the right folders... via USB on XP your computer it is possibley k: drive?
put mp3s in the music file...regular audiofiles will not play,...depending on your system software WMP files may not player either.
What format are they? I don't think the Walkman will play M4a (iPod) files. You're best-off with Mp3 files at a bit-rate of 128mbps or 192mbps. I'm not sure if it can handle "lossless" quality music files.
Check the bitrate of the songs which didn't make it. If they are too low they are ignored. Also some machines won't tolerate VBR MP3s (variable bitrate)
Downloading songs off the Internet can be the cause of this problem. Not all people converting music to MP3s for the Internet use the same specifications. In future keep an eye on the bitrates of the music. Many people use lower rates so they can fit more on their computers but the portable players don't always like them.