1. XXI's Avatar
    Well I added art work to my music songs on my computer using jpg format. When i play it on my Windows media player it showes the art work when I play the song. Then when I transfer all the music to my SD card and i play the same songs many of the songs that werent purchased thru Amazon mp3 store dont show any art work and some songs will have the wrong art work.

    Anyone experiance this or does anyone have a solution????

    Also does anyone know how to delete the music that came with the phone???
    08-28-2010 02:11 AM
  2. BSG75's Avatar
    I suggest "embedding" the art work into your tracks. I have an article on my site if you need some instructions (using iTunes). See signature.
    08-28-2010 06:36 AM
  3. mikestorm's Avatar
    What BSG75 said. I used a program called MediaMonkey Free that can find and embed album art into your music. The downside is you have to process your tracks one by one, so it's time consuming, but the upside is you only have to do it once!

    It apparently can also sync with Android phones although I've never tried.
    08-28-2010 07:05 AM
  4. Issemann's Avatar
    What BSG75 said. I used a program called MediaMonkey Free that can find and embed album art into your music. The downside is you have to process your tracks one by one, so it's time consuming, but the upside is you only have to do it once!
    I use MediaMonkey too. But I can't find the feature you're talking about. Where is it located?
    08-28-2010 07:50 AM
  5. randytho's Avatar
    I use MediaMonkey too. But I can't find the feature you're talking about. Where is it located?
    Go here: Alpha Geek: Whip your MP3 library into shape, Part II - Album art then scroll down a bit..you'll see instructions
    08-28-2010 08:15 AM
  6. XXI's Avatar
    Thanks guys
    08-28-2010 09:21 AM
  7. mikestorm's Avatar
    I use MediaMonkey too. But I can't find the feature you're talking about. Where is it located?

    Open media monkey and select an MP3. Right click and select 'Auto Tag from web'.

    Top right click options and select 'save image to tag (if possible)

    Go through the top dropdown to find the proper album. If your MP3 was labeled well, it should hit on the first try, otherwise you have to cycle through the albums.

    When you have the proper album cover, click 'Auto Tag'. You're now done. Album art is now part of the file itself.
    08-28-2010 11:22 AM
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