Windows Media Player does not recognize the device (iphone)

I'm trying to download music from Windows Media Player on my iphone. I can get the files in the synchronization section but the Media Player does not recognize my device or seem to have a way to connect. Can anyone help?

You will need to install iTunes. The iTunes Setup program adds drivers and services for the iPhone. That's what I do:

1. Once iTunes is installed, it allows to import all the music in Windows Media Player.
2. If you want to automatically download album art, you will need to register for an iTunes Store account. Otherwise, just copy the album art from Windows Media Player:
a. at a command prompt, cd in each music folder.
b. attrib s h AlbumArt * Large.jpg
c. xcopy AlbumArt * %tmp% Large.jpg
d. attrib + s + h AlbumArt * Large.jpg
e e.. now, for each album in iTunes, right click and choose 'Get Info'. Drag & drop the corresponding JPG of %tmp% in the field "Cover Art" and click OK.
3. connect your iPhone. Select "Manually manage music" on the screen of the iPhone.
4. click on the icon on the left side of iTunes music. Make sure that all the music that you want to synchronize has an audit. (This is the default).
5 Select and drag it to the icon of the iPhone.

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