If you manage your music on a Windows PC, Windows Media Player is a great way to synchronize music and playlists from your PC to your phone for use with Kinoma Play.

All you need to do is create your playlists, tell Windows Media Player which ones you want to sync with your Storage Card, and then start the sync process.

Create your playlists

To create a playlist click the Create Playlist button. Or, click the arrow on the right side of the button to choose between Create Playlist and Create Auto Playlist.

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Create Playlist lets you choose tracks manually. Just drag tracks and entire albums to the playlist to add them.

Create Auto Playlist automatically creates a playlist based on criteria that you choose. For example, you can easily create an auto playlist that picks 2 hours of country music rated 4 stars or higher. The auto playlist will be automatically updated every time you sync.

Tell Windows Media Player what to sync

Next, tell WMP what playlists you want to sync with your phone. An easy way to do this is to drag the playlist icons to your Storage Card, which adds them to the “sync list” for your card.

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Sync

To start the synchronization process, select your Storage Card, go to the Sync tab, and click Start Sync.

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