Software for Transferring MP3 files onto an MP3 Player

Hakan Koseoglu hakan at
Thu Feb 4 15:08:05 UTC 2010


On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 2:58 PM, Jatin <daveyjatin at> wrote:
> I have been using Ubuntu for the past two months now. Just the other day
> i realised i had one Sony MP3 Player which i use for playing songs. I
I don't have a Sony player myself but one my friends is happily using
her Walkman-brand Sony player with Kubuntu 9.10.

Try this which is available  via the universe repo.

hakan at hakan-laptop:~$ apt-cache show jsymphonic
Package: jsymphonic
Priority: optional
Section: universe/sound
Installed-Size: 652
Maintainer: Ubuntu MOTU Developers <ubuntu-motu at>
Original-Maintainer: Debian Java Maintainers
<pkg-java-maintainers at>
Architecture: all
Version: 0.3.0alpha1+svn268-1
Depends: openjdk-6-jre | java6-runtime, java-wrappers (>= 0.1.11)
Recommends: ffmpeg
Suggests: pmount
Filename: pool/universe/j/jsymphonic/jsymphonic_0.3.0alpha1+svn268-1_all.deb
Size: 501698
MD5sum: 81f9b8dc0930e3d782314d15cbce14bd
SHA1: 845843a4341e2c8960d73e16a540e7ad09591140
SHA256: 6604329ab36f50a5a1b3748f827cdbd38c952340f973ef9dca88c9437645781f
Description: File manager for Sony's MP3 players
 Symphonic is a file manager for Sony's flash players (such as the
 NW-E00x series), where songs are stored in a proprietary format
 not very Unix-friendly.
 This program provides functionalities similar to the proprietary
 Windows-only SonicStage software given by Sony to interact with
 the players.
Origin: Ubuntu

Hakan (m1fcj) -

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