Question about RCA TH1101 MP3 Player
There are two ways to transfer files to your RCA Peal TH1101 MP3 player. You can either use a MP3 manager software application (such as Rhapsody or Yahoo! Music Jukebox, which is included on the CD that comes with the player) or you can simply drag and drop MP3 files from your computer's hard drive into the player using Windows Explorer.
The advantage of MP3 management software is that it allows you to organize your music collection, create playlists and purchase and download new music.
The procedure for how to use these methods to load music onto the player can be found on pages 10-11 of the user manual. If you need a copy of the manual you can download it from this link to the RCA website: http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/images/buttons/media_icon_pdf.png
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Posted on May 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cannot put songs onto mp3 player
ok when you go on Windows media Player first you need to go to Limewire and put songs on an MP3 playlist and then save it.Next you go to Windows media Player and press copy to CD or device and then you go to file at the top and press add to media library then press add file or playlist then you go to program files and press limewire and theres your playlist that you saved. Then you click and it will come on your items to copy ok
Posted on Nov 03, 2007
SOURCE: putting songs onto it
You might not have a type of file that is supported by your mp3 player. I use online converters and change them all to wma because our players can play that and they are smaller than mp3s.
Posted on Jul 21, 2007
SOURCE: SD card in MP3 player
Was the SD card in the MP3 player when you loaded the songs or did you load them some other way? You may have to first put the SD card in the MP3 player first, then load the songs onto the player.
Posted on Oct 17, 2007
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