you cant, it is an mp3 player sorry. --------------------------------------------WBJB-------------------------------------------------- However, if you have a sansa MP3 player, then you pop in the CD into the computer, connect Sansa to the computer, rip it from Media Player to your MP3 player.
You use an USB cord
Connect your mp3 to your computer and than just copy that folder to your mp3 device.
either 1) connect to the computer and then using my computer, drag and drop the files to your coby mp3 player. 2) use Windows media player to sync music and playlists to your mp3 player.
Transferring music from an MP3 player to a computer may differ depending on what computer system is being used. You will need a computer, MP3 player, USB cable and the correct software for the MP3 player. Connect the MP3 player to the computer using the appropriate USB cable, and click on the 'Computer' icon to locate the MP3 player in 'Devices and Removable Storage.' Open the folder containing the music, highlight the songs you want on the computer and drag them into the computer's music folder.
u connect the black charger that comes with it to your computer
theres no reason you cant connect an mp3 player to any computer... if you have a recent OS then it might pick it up without needing a disc to install it
I dont have one. But is it possoble to connect the mp3 player to a computer and then go to Computer and open up the mp3 players file.You should be able to delete its songs from there
You can first record it into your MP3 or computer of something. Then, you get a connector and connect the thing you recorded you stuff in to the computer. After that, you can get the music out, plug your MP3 in, and drag that recording to your MP3 player.
You can connect an MP3 to a CD player through the "AUX in" port.
Windows Media Player uses WMA format most of the time. This needs to be converted to MP3 format for playing on MP3 player. All to All - Audio Conversion Wizard is a good program to covert WMA to MP3. Your mp3 player will have a usb cable to connect to the computer, then drag and drop the MP3 song files to the drive on MY Computer that is your MP3 player. If your player is not showing up, then reload the drivers disk for the player onto the computer so it can recognize your player. this is not the same question dumb butt!
If you have an MP3 player that connect with iTunes, add it to your library, and it will merge with the MP3 player at next connect. If you have direct disk write access (ie - shows up in My Computer as a hard drive) just drag and drop the MP3 file from where Limewire downloaded it into the right folder on the MP3 player.
It depends on the MP3 Player, but most of them will come with instructions on how to connect the device to your computer via USB or Bluetooth or others. If it comes with a cord with an end that looks like the end of a flash drive, then find how to plug that in to your MP3 player and connect it to the USB slot in your computer (most likely the same place you plug your keyboard in). Your MP3 Player should then be visible somewhere in your computer, usually the desktop. Once you've done that, then simply drag the music files onto the MP3 player!
With every mp3 player, a USB cable always comes with it. You need to first plug your USB into your mp3 player and connect it to your computer or your laptop. Then on your mp3 player, you should see a light appaer on it. Leave the mp3 on charge for at least 3 hours. that is how you charge your Technika mp3 player. hopes it helps :D
Some MP3 players are battery operated and others need to be charged. You can charge an MP3 player by USB cable. Simply connect the USB cable to a USB port on your computer or laptop.
In order to get songs from the computer to a mp3 player, you simply need to hook up the mp3 player to the computer with the chord that came with the mp3 player. After that, you select the songs that you want to transfer, and then eject the player.
If windows media player does not recognise your mp3 player (which it should) then open your music folder and your mp3 player folder (via "computer") separately and then drag and drop. If it does recognise it, then you only have to connect your mp3 player to the computer and open WMP. Then click your mp3 player on the left-handside (you may have to sync it) and drag and drop the songs you want. Very Simple! Hope this helps!
A Sylvania MP3 player uses a USB cable. Connect the cable to a computer or laptop and find music using the PC. Once the music is found it can be directly downloaded into the MP3 player.
a mp3 player form is were you can download your favorite song from the computer to the mp3.
Hi, no I do not think its normal. I have an SPI mp3 player and everytime that it is charging the mp3 shows a yellow screen with the leyend CONNECT and a computer and mp3 showing that your player is connected to the computer. But is this the only problem you have with your mp3 if is not the best thing that you can do is call for tech support, ohh and another thing make sure your mp3 player is on when its charging. Hope this help.....:o) Hi, no I do not think its normal. I have an SPI mp3 player and everytime that it is charging the mp3 shows a yellow screen with the leyend CONNECT and a computer and mp3 showing that your player is connected to the computer. But is this the only problem you have with your mp3 if is not the best thing that you can do is call for tech support, ohh and another thing make sure your mp3 player is on when its charging. Hope this help.....:o) If it plays songs than it should be alright, if it gets worse, call technical support
You can connect your MP3 to your car player via a radio transmitter, such as the iTrip, or by hardline via the Aux In on the back of the player.
use the plug with the jump drive socket to play on Windows Media Player
USB connect to your computer,drag video to your mp3
All mp3 players come with a wire that allows you to connect it to the computer. If you have lost it, you will need to figure out what type of cord you need and try to buy a new one.