How to Download Songs to a Delstar MP3 Player

by Stephen A. Powell

Owning a portable MP3 player gives you the convenience of taking your favorite digital music with you while traveling, working out or otherwise away from your home audio setup. The compact and simply designed Delstar MP3 player allows you to download music from your computer's collection without the use of external software such as a sync utility or media manager. Windows Explorer is all you need to add hours of music onto the player.

Insert the Delstar MP3 player into an available USB port on your personal computer.

Wait for your computer to recognize the MP3 player as a connected device in Windows Explorer's file manager. The player's device icon will show up as "Removable Disk" or a similar title.

Double-click the MP3 player's device icon to reveal the contents of its root directory.

Open the folder containing the music on your computer that you wish to transfer in a new file manager window.

Drag and drop music from its folder into the Delstar MP3 player's directory.

Right-click the MP3 player's device icon and select "Eject" or "Safely Remove Hardware" from the drop-down menu.

About the Author

Stephen A. Powell is a tenured, versatile music writer based in New York. After honing his skills at St. John's University and City College (CUNY), Powell took his writing and media development services to XXL Magazine, SiTV and One Networks among other media outlets. Powell's love of language arts and desire to help others realize their full creative potential are pervasive throughout his work.

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