Hi, I'm sure there's a simple solution to this, but don;t know what it is.
I've just bought a samsung mp3. Kids have hidden the instructions. I've donwloaded a lot of music to the MP3 direct from napster. Now it's sitting on the MP3 in individual folders, hundreds of them. I want to turn into playlists.. but can't work out how to move things around on the MP3 or to copy from MP3 back to computer to create playlists that I then put back onto the MP3. Please help - don't want to be continually seraching for music!! thanks Paul
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you need a new phone i think you broke the motherboard in the phone i did this as well and tried to fix it myself when i took it in to get fixed they said that the motherboard was broken and that i just needed a new phone... good luck look at it and make sure nothing else had been disconnected also look at the charge points and make sure nothing broke off and got stuck in there i know simple stuff... but sometimes thats the problem...
It's not a big job if you've done a few. You do not have to remove the dash or center console. The heater core is located under the dash on the passenger side. You have to remove the plastic cover to access the heater core. There are some hidden screws and there isn't much room to work in. If it's a Z-28, don't even attempt it. They are much more complicated. If you want to do it yourself, make sure you don't need to drive the car for a day. I've changed many of them and it still takes a couple of hours. It's too complicated to write a list of what to do and when, so I suggest investing in a Chilton's or other brand of repair manual. Just remember that they sometimes don't tell you about the hidden screws. They are more of a general how to book. The only way to know is to do one. Make sure, if you decide to try it, that the engine is cool. Hope this helps you decide.
Hi. In order to put videos on the Samsung T9 player, you need to use the included software (Samsung Media Studio 5) to convert the video to the .svi format that the player recognizes. You didn't say if you'd used that software or not, so I can't be more specific about a solution until you let me know exactly what you've tried so far. If you don't have the software, it or it's follow-on should be available on the Samsung support website. Just use that to convert it and then put it into the Video folder in your player (drag and drop). I've loaded videos as large as 50 minutes on mine and it worked just fine. Good luck!
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Use this free format converter at this website to convert you download to the format you need for your player.
Be sure to read the instructions on use of the converter, it will make it easier to use
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Reload the firmware. You can get that from the manufactures website and that will fuix all folder prblems inside your player. Before you do that make sure that your computer is showing hidden folders. You can fix that by going to tools >> folder options >> view >> change it to should hidden files and folders.
these are quite simple to work usually self explanatory.
the name probably won,t exist. find system settings, and change the default language to english. it,s a simple matter then of connecting via a usb lead to the pc, and transfering your music across into the designated music folder.
Hint:- make sure you transfer as MPEG3. if it,s only 128mb there,ll not be much room for songs.
Mike @ Compurepair.