Question about iLO MP3 Player
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: something wrong with my mp3
It sounds like your memory card is corupted...what you can do is to format the card using windows media player....if that doesnt do it..get a firmware upgrade
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Well folks after thinking about this long and hard, I have finally figured this little device out. What we all though was a piece of junk works!! Just wish some directions would have been sent with the MP3 Player. All you need to do is simple make sure you have Real Player the SMPK 2021 is completely compatible with this player drag and drop your music and add to your device. It works great.. you can also delete any old music and upload new music but all needs to be done through your real player!! You can also add videos the same way!!! I am more than willing to help you out... took me long enough to figure it out, hate to see someone bang their head against a wall as much as I have.... so good luck My Mp3 is now rockin
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: sylvania smpk4066 mp3 player
The problem is the files.
What I'm doing right now is going through the files, cutting and pasting the individual mp3 files (Not the folders) to a temp file, deleting the artist and album folders from the player, and cutting and pasting them back into the player.
This is very labour intensive.
The player will look at how many folders (artist) sub-folders (album) then songs. When it hits 500 it stops looking. I had about 100 artists with several albums for most. It would only list 2 songs. I've deleted several artists (and sub-directories) and copied the songs onto the player (no folders) now I'm up to about 20 songs.
The "easiest" way to load the player is to copy/paste individual mp3's onto the player.
I'm looking for a firmware upgrade but I don't think I'll find one. The players seem to be made by Curtis International ( www.curtisinst.com )
link to manuals page for sylvania players:
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
SOURCE: mp3 player
The songs are in the wrong format - iTunes is not comaptible with it, and it may or may not take protected WMA's. Use mp3 format songs and you should be fine.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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