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Topic # 8940 8-Aug-2006 11:19
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Hi  I'm just got a K-Jam and muct be stupid, I with ActiveSync 4.1 and Windows Media Player 10 - I can't sync my music.  As in Windows Media Player on the PC doesn't recognise that I have a portable device.

Is there anything I should have need, need to do to help this along?





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Reply # 43509 8-Aug-2006 11:43
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I never managed to do this through ActiveSync either. The best option was to install Windows Media Player 11 and use the synchronisation function from there.








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  Reply # 43535 8-Aug-2006 13:43
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any other options, what about winamp?

So do you use Windows Media 11 for this sort of function?




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  Reply # 43538 8-Aug-2006 13:52
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I have used WMP11 sucessfully for this




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  Reply # 43541 8-Aug-2006 14:23
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cheers , hi ho hi ho off to microsoft I go....





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  Reply # 43542 8-Aug-2006 14:30
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mwuhahahaha another convert.........



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  Reply # 43562 8-Aug-2006 18:09
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well I tried it. But not being a person of the that uses a library based collection on a player, it didn't appeal. I don't want to sync music, but grab a random collection say 4 hours, play it, then go get some more.

So I ended up writing something to take a winamp playlist and copy it to a directory, then you copy it to a the phone.

I manage to find some code that may do the copy bit to the font automagically....so i will investigate that....no if only i could get me gprs and wlan working again I'd be happy.




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Reply # 43566 8-Aug-2006 18:48
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I use Windows Media Player 11 exactly like that: there's a "fill" function, and it will randomly fill the memory card on your Pocket PC, and each time it will transfer different songs.

But if you wrote something, cool, that's geeky enough.







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  Reply # 43577 9-Aug-2006 08:29
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Hi

Where is your fill function?  I've only found that you have to set up an autoplaylist - is this what I should be doing?




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  Reply # 43579 9-Aug-2006 08:36
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Aah I may have decresed my thickness!! - Turn off automatic syncing - this just hit the sync button.  Ok so I'm just stupid.





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  Reply # 43589 9-Aug-2006 10:16
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davidcole: Aah I may have decresed my thickness!!

ahhhh.... ummmm....
Nope. I wont say it.
We will file that under "Spam titles that you will never see"

Is WMP11 any good for syncing music to a flash memory card?
Can i use the same music library as itunes, or will this create problems?







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Reply # 43594 9-Aug-2006 10:20
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Tony, you guys will have to tell me. I use my Pocket PC as a tool for e-mails and browsing, and never have music on it... Really...





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  Reply # 43596 9-Aug-2006 10:39
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tonyhughes: Is WMP11 any good for syncing music to a flash memory card?
Can i use the same music library as itunes, or will this create problems?

Yes it is good for syncing to flash memory. Using the same library as itunes is not a problem. I am currently burning a cd in WMP11 with files from my itunes library. If only WMP11 could do ipods.....

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