asked on 16th Sep 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
You can use Windows Media Player to copy music, videos, and pictures from your Player library to a portable device, such as a compatible MP3 player. This process is called synchronization or syncing. Just follow these steps:
1. Start the Player, turn on your device, and then connect it to your computer. If prompted, select the AutoPlay option to sync the device using Windows Media Player.(Install the device as per manufacturer’s instructions, if there is a software involved, please install it.)
2. Do one of the following:
o If the Player has selected to sync your device automatically, click Finish. When you do so, the Player will sync your entire library to your device. After that, your device will automatically sync every time you connect it to your computer while Windows Media Player is running.
o If the Player has selected to sync your device manually, click Finish. Then, in the Sync tab, you can select the files and playlists you want to sync manually. For more information, see Sync manually in Windows Media Player.
3. For automatic sync, if you want to sync only a portion of your library, you can choose what will sync automatically. For more information, see "To choose what syncs automatically" later in this topic.
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asked on 17th Aug 2011 | 1 Answer
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