It depends on the hard drive (or memory capacity) size of the MP3 player. Of course, songs of different lengths are different sizes, but the average song is about 30 MB. So if your MP3 player can store 1 GB (1000 MB), it can probably hold about 333 songs. This depends on the quality of your MP3 songs. Basically, the higher the quality of your songs, the bigger the files, and hence the less number of songs you can hold in your player. For 128M player, it can hold about 32 songs (128k bit rate). For 256M player, it can hold about 64 songs (128k bit rate). For 512M player, it can hold about 128 songs (128k bit rate). For 1G player, it can hold about 256 songs (128k bit rate).
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Yes, they can as long as you manually place the file into the mp3. Also you have to convert the file you downloaded into mp3 format.
Depending on what format your songs are in, it should most likely be able to transfer onto your iPod.
The songs must be DRM free. You will need to use a third-party program to convert AAC to MP3 or MP4. Once converted, the songs will play on any MP4 compatible device.
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Make sure that the songs that were downloaded onto your iPod are in MP3 format. Songs downloaded from iTunes are not in MP3 format. Even though you can hear the songs on your iPod when you connect headphones to it, the iPod port in your car might not recogonize the songs. The songs on your son's iPod might be in MP3 and that is why you could hear it.
it depends if you have Windows Media Player on your PC
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Simply use the search feature to search for the songs youre looking for, then download the ones you want. If you wish to play your downloaded tunes on windows media player, you can access them by: .first click on the start bar, then my computer .there should be a folder called limewire, open it .then go to the 'saved' folder and your folder should display your downloaded songs. .NOTE: you will have to delete your songs from limewire itself before you delete them off your saved folder.
it do work just plug it in and go to windows media player if you don't have it type it in and download peaceThis person is right with this answer, but some systems are not compatible using iTunes songs that are downloaded into Windows Media Player!!! What I did was: Buy the songs off of iTunes, put the on a CD or Compact Disc, then rip the songs onto Windows Media Player. It is much easier this way, plus if your system breaks you have a back up, your CD.Thanks for asking.
Upload the songs on the computer, make a playlist, and download it onto the MP4 player
ask a friend.
you get a song
Plug it into your computer and copy the songs onto it.
Yes, if you download it to the computer, it can play on Media player.
U can download 1000 songs.
about 3500 songs but im not sure
Theoretically you should be able to fit 15,000 songs onto a 60gb MP3 player; unfortunately this is not a perfect word and so realistically 13,500 songs is more likely. This is assuming that each song is 4mb.
How many songs you can burn onto a blank CD depends on how much space is on the CD. On average you will be able to put around twenty songs on a blank CD.
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Using Windows Media Player rip the songs from the CD into your library, then connect your phone to your computer and, either using Windows Media Player, select the songs and sinc them to your phone, or find where the songs are saved on your computer then copy the files onto your phone.
No, a 4gb mp3 player will not hold anywhere near a million songs. If you are lucky, you may be able to fit 1,000 songs onto such a device. This will depend on the size and quality of the songs.
You need a DVD video converter.
It cannot be "downloaded", however and can be uploaded from your SD Card.