03-01-2013 09:53 AM - edited 03-01-2013 09:57 AM
Hi I assume you have a sansa clip or clip+ , in which case I'm sorry to say you can't use itunes.
Just use mp3s,wma,or wav, which are standard files used with most computers including apple.
or replace your unit with a Fuze, or Clip Zip. good luck.
03-01-2013 10:14 AM
You know, the Search function on this forum works very well. And your question has been asked (and answered) many times before. Here is just the 1st result from typing in "using iTunes" as keywords:
Another thing you need to know is your player must be set to MSC mode (Settings > System Settings > USB mode) in order to work with a Mac. If you want or need to find out more, I suggest you have a go with searching and reading the many other discussions on the subject.
03-01-2013 01:14 PM - edited 03-01-2013 01:15 PM
Do note: iTunes allows you to export music in mp3 format (rather than the aac format that Apple defaults to), as long as the music is not protected by digital rights management (DRM) (as Apple's music was until around 4 years ago). And so you should be able to export your non-DRM Apple aac-format music using iTunes, with iTunes converting the music to the mp3 format that is playable by the Clip or Clip+--check your iTunes documentation as to where the settingts to do this are, or do a search engine search for the instructions. (Also, note that with the newest Clip, the Clip Zip, the player will play non-DRM aac files without iTunes having to convert the music.)
Here's a link that I found at Apple for instructions on iTune's file format conversion, that may help you: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1550.
01-29-2019 10:13 PM
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