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Sync Your Phone in Windows Media Player

Check out Bas Rutten's Liver Shot on MMA Surge: Mahalo software expert Sean Hewitt offers a tutorial on syncing your phone in Windows Media Player. Changing Synching Options --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.?Connect your phone or other device to your computer using the cable that came with it, usually a USB cable. If it's a USB cable, connect it to your computer's USB port.2. In your Windows Media Player library, click?Tools -- Options...?in the top menu.2. In the?Options?window, click the?Devices?tab.3. Select the device you would like to sync, then click?Properties.In the?Device?name field, you can name your device.4. Click the?Quality?tab.5. Click?Select maximum quality level, then drag the slider all the way to?Best Quality. This will give you the highest-quality media. Click?OK.6. To access advanced options, click?Advanced...Here, you can choose to allow background converting of files before they go onto your device. This reduces the amount of time it takes to sync. Click the check boxes if you wish to do so.You can also change the amount of space you are able to sync inside your phone. Do this by changing the number in the?Amount of disk space to use field.7. Once you have made your choices, click?OK, then click?OK?in the?Options?window. Syncing Your Device --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. In the library window, right click on the device's icon in the left-hand corner, then click Start sync.2. Your device will begin syncing. Track the progress in the lower right-hand corner.For more detailed progress information, click on the device's icon in the left-hand menu. Click Sync Status.Songs that are currently syncing will display the percentage of the song that has been synched. Songs that have finished syncing will say Synced to device. Read more by visiting our page at:
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