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How to Buy Microsoft Zune Points & a Zune Card
by Rob M in Electronics
Microsoft points allow you to purchase music and videos to be used on your Zune player or software and also to use for Xbox Live. Points can be purchased through the official Zune website or by using the Zune software. When purchasing the points online, you can use your credit card or debit card to receive as many points as you’d like. Another way to get Microsoft points is buy purchasing a

How to Put Songs on a Zune Without Zune Software
by Jeremy Pinnix in Electronics
Zune software is included with the Zune and is available for a free download. Intended to be the primary method for managing content on the Zune, the official Zune software allows you to change Zune settings, add or delete files, and update the Zune firmware. If you don't want to use the Zune software, you can use your computer's version of Windows Media Player to transfer music to the Zune. While

How to Sync a Zune HD With Zune Software
by picamiolo in Electronics
Your Zune HD comes packaged with two items necessary to sync data to high-definition portable media player; a USB cable and Zune software. Add media from your computer to the Zune HD for the first time requires you pass through Zune software's initial setup process. For instance, once plugged into your computer, the Zune HD requires an immediate firmware update. Afterward, you must progress throug

How to Upload Zune Wallpaper in Zune
by gitano in Electronics
The default Zune background is drab -- nothing personal or exciting about it. To change your Zune background you will first have to load the image onto your Zune MP3 player, and then select it as your background. Zune offers hundreds of different styles of wallpaper on their websites, all for free. You can download several different backgrounds to store on your Zune, though you can only display on

What Are the Differences Between a Zune 2 & Zune 3?
by snackie in Electronics
The Zune's primary purpose is to provide high-quality portable music and entertainment to people on the go. Developed by Microsoft, the Zune provides social networking and the ability to find music online, according to the Zune website. The company designed the Zune to compete against the Apple's iPod and iPod Touch. Microsoft integrated the Zune devices to work with the Xbox 360, Xbox Live Market

How to Copy From a Zune to a Zune
by Wesley D. Radcliffe in Electronics
You can use your Zune device to share music, pictures or playlists you have downloaded with other nearby Zune players. Zune to Zune sharing is accomplished by using a wireless connection. To connect your Zune player to a friend's and send them a file, he will need to be within range and running a Zune software version of two or higher. Songs that you receive on your Zune can be replayed a maximum
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How to Transfer From Zune to Zune
by Ben in Electronics
The Microsoft Zune MP3 player has a special ability that is not shared by many other MP3 players. It can transfer files wirelessly with other Zunes. It doesn't need a computer as an intermediary for transfer. This ability does come with a caveat, though, as recipients of music files can only listen to the file three times before they have to buy it. Still, transferring from Zune to Zune is a great

How to Use Zune Outside of the US
by youtube-api in Electronics
If you are a Zune owner who travels frequently, or a Zune owner who either lives or will soon be living outside of the United States, you may be interested in knowing how you can still access all of the features on your Zune. This is a surprisingly easy task to complete, only requiring that you change a few settings inside your Windows Live account as well as on your Zune hardware.Difficulty:EasyI
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How to Use My Zune 120
by tamizhvendan in Electronics
The Zune is a portable media player that supports audio and video playback. All Zune models use internal hard drives to store content; different storage capacities are available. The 120-gigabyte Zune model, also called the Zune 120, is the highest-capacity device available. Included with the device is the official Zune software, which allows you to add content to the Zune, update the firmware and
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What Is a Zune HD?
by Miklebud in Electronics
In the Apple-dominated world of personal audio players, it's sometimes easy to forget that other products exist for playing movies and music using small packages. Zune is Microsoft's media player, and Microsoft sells both standard and HD Zune players. Zune HD players come in three sizes, as of May 2011: 16, 32 and 64GB. All three versions have the same basic features, and the only difference betwe
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