Yes, certain mp3 players do have a flash drive. It would depend on which model of mp3 player you purchased as to if that mp3 player does have a flash drive.
The songs are on the drive, not the MP3 player. If you unplug the drive the MP3 player won't see the songs.
A mp3 player flash drive is used to store the data for an mp3. The bigger the flash drive, the more songs one is able to hold (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/flash+drive).
On ITunes, you just convert the song format to mp3.
You cannot cheaply 'convert' a car cassette stereo to accept a usb pen drive. You can get a cassette - to - ipod adapter that allows you to plug a MP3 player through a cable into an adapter that loads into the cassette slot. Pick up a cheap MP3 player and copy the MP3 files from the pen drive into the player. A new stereo with USB input can be purchased for under $50.00
Plug in the MP3 into the PS3 and if the PS recognizes it just copy the files for the HDD to the MP3 player
Go to to vidtomp3.com convert video into an mp3 file.
You did not use the software that came with the player to convert the music to the format the the mp3 player was designed to play.
You can convert with real player for free. Real player is application and can be downloaded from internet. See related links.
Yes, just load the mp3 file into your media program, and then sync it to the portable player. If your music is not in mp3 or wma format, you will need to convert it to one of these formats.
A hard-drive based MP3 player has the ability to store maximum number of songs;ranging upwards of 60GB of hard drive space, you can store 15,000 songs and more songs a prime example could AppleiPod MP3 player.
the format on the CD is not mp3... so you have to convert it to mp3
Yes, you can convert a YouTube video into an MP3 file to listen on your computer or even your iPod or MP3 player. Here is one of the many websites that are able to convert it for you: http://www.vidtomp3.com/.
you need to remove iTunes DRM protection, convert iTunes M4A M4B AAV songs to MP3 and then you can transfer to MP3 Player.
Yes , I can Try to convert omg format into mp3.
first you would have to put your music onto itunes and then plug your mp3 player in and download them on it.
AnswerYou can use the all music converter and it can convert video to all audio formats like mp3, aac, FLAC, etc. It is very easy to use.
Rip the songs from the CD onto your computer as a file then send those files to your mp3 player.
people using windows based computers can change the song format to mp3 using the windows media player.
You can convert a CD to MP3 using a disk burner. A disk burner will burn the information on a CD and convert it to MP3 format where you can listen to the music.
Some websites that one can convert YouYTube videos into MP3 include you-tube-to-mp3. These websites are highly subject to rules of copyright and certain videos cannot be converted.
Most mp3 players will show up like a flash drive when you plug them in to your computer. Just go to "my computer" in windows when it is plugged in and you can click and drag songs onto the mp3 player. It will probably show up as a removable drive.
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!
An MP3 player is a device that can store, and when activated, interpret and convert the data inherent in an MP3 file into low voltage electrical signal patterns that will be converted to sound/vibrations when sent to a speaker/headphone device.