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    Argh!

    Hi

    I got one of these MP4 players. I transferred all my music across and when I tried to play it, it came up with a message saying 'Unsupported File Type'. What does it mean and how do I fix it?

    Any help is appreciated. Thanks

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    check your mp3 file was encoded correctly, a standard mp3 that can be read by any player, use Philips song bird for creating playlist and transfer music/video to your player(song bird covert any file , in a readable form! check for the latest firmware for your device!

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    what ultravy suggested is true.
    try using songbird for the media transferring

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