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HP iPAQ Pocket PC h1900 Series - Using the Windows Media Player

Introduction
Use the Windows Media Player to listen to music or play video from the HP iPAQ Pocket PC by downloading files onto a personal computer and transferring them to the HP iPAQ Pocket PC.
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The Windows Media Player program is included on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC Companion CD and must be installed on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC before it can be used.
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For more information about using Windows Media Player, tap the Windows icon, then Help from within the Media Player.
Media Player supports the organization and playback of the following formats:
  • Windows Media content
  • MP3 audio files
  • Windows Media audio and video
  • FhG MP3
  • Streamed content in Windows Media format using WM protocols (HTTP and MMS)
    Figure : Windows Media Player display
  1. Indicates the progress of the current task
  2. Tap to adjust volume
  3. Tap to skip to the next song
  4. Tap to play the previous song
  5. Tap to stop playback
  6. Tap to pause playback
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Some Internet music files are protected by licensing technology. Windows Media Player uses Digital Rights Management (DRM) for the electronic licensing procedure. Windows Media Player and Windows Media Rights Manager must be installed on the personal computer and are available on Microsoft's Web site.
Copying music to the HP iPAQ Pocket PC
Music that is in one of the accepted formats can be copied from a personal computer to the HP iPAQ Pocket PC. Drag and drop the music file into the My Documents folder located in RAM or on a storage card.
The Windows Media Player must be installed on the personal computer to copy music from an audio CD to the HP iPAQ Pocket PC.
Follow these steps to copy music to the HP iPAQ Pocket PC:
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The actual steps for copying music using the Windows Media Player may vary depending on the version of Media Player on the personal computer.
  1. Connect the HP iPAQ Pocket PC to the personal computer.
  2. Open Windows Media Player on the personal computer.
  3. Insert the audio CD into the CD drive.
  4. From Media Player on the personal computer, click CD Audio to display the tracks on the audio CD.
  5. Select the tracks to copy and click Copy Music to transfer the tracks to the hard drive.
  6. From Media Player on the personal computer, click Portable Device to display the tracks on the hard drive and the files on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC.
  7. Select the tracks to copy and the storage location on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC and click Copy Music to transfer the tracks.
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Music files can be relatively large. It is recommended that they be stored on a storage card.
Playing music on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC
  1. Tap Start, then Windows Media.
  2. Tap Select.
  3. Tap the down arrow and Local Content to display media files stored on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC.
  4. Tap and highlight the desired file.
  5. Tap the Play icon.
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By default Media Player will play all files stored as local content on the HP iPAQ Pocket PC. Repeat a file or shuffle the contents by tapping Tools, then Repeat or Shuffle.
Creating playlists
Follow these steps to organize music and video files into playlists:
  1. Tap Start, then Windows Media.
  2. Tap Select.
  3. Tap the down arrow, then Organize Playlists.
  4. Tap New to name the playlist, then tap OK.
  5. Select the files to include in this playlist.
  6. Tap OK to display the new playlist.
  7. Tap OK.
Playing a playlist
  1. Tap Start, then Windows Media.
  2. Tap Select.
  3. Tap the down arrow and tap the playlist name to display its contents.
  4. Tap OK, then the Play icon to start the playlist.
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Delete or rename playlists by using the Organize Playlists menu option. Edit playlists by using the Edit icon while viewing a playlist.
Playing video
Play and manage video files just like music. An internet connection is necessary to play streaming video.

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