Every time I try to turn on my mp3 player it just says Coby then shuts of and just repeats itself until I take out the battery. I even tried to put new batteries in but it just does the same thing. And I don't have the receipt because my friend gave it to me for Christmas
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There's support for the MP610 when you enter cobyusa.com in internet ecplorer.
Next enter MP610 in the upper page on the right, Product Search bar.
Now all support for this player shows up.
Use the firmware update to reinstall the player's functions.
note: All data will be deleted from the player doing a firmware update/reinstallation.
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Thry the solution below. If it does not work then you need to reformat. Also you might want to go to the coby website and download a updated version on the firmware and reflash your player. This will set it back to factory settings.
Open Windows Media Player.
Find and click the "Sync" tab. This is located at the very top of the program.
Plug the Coby mp3 player into one of the USB ports found on your computer. Depending on the exact Coby mp3 player that you own, you can either plug the player directly into the USB port or by using the cord that came with the Coby mp3 player. The name of the Coby mp3 player will appear in the top right corner of Windows Media Player.
Click "Library." This link will be on the left side of the program.
Double-click the "Songs" option in the middle of the screen.
Scroll through the list of music on your computer until you find the songs you want to put on the Coby mp3 player. Right-click on the title of the song and a drop box will appear. Select "Add to Sync List." You will then notice the song listed in the column located on the right side of the program.
Repeat the previous step until you're finished putting songs on the Coby mp3 player.
Click the "Start Sync" tab located beneath the list of songs you chose in Step 6. Those songs will then be added to your Coby mp3 player.
your MP3 player have its on system inside, this time the program itself is corrupted, you can reformat and reinstall it using its own recovery disk. and first of all install first the program of the mp3 to your PC.
These players are plagued with problems! I have the 2gb version which does the same thing. I gave up on trying to use its internal battery and bought a usb charging cord for use in my car. I just unplug the cord from the cig lighter socket when I'm done using it. If it doesn't shut off,which is 99.9 percent of the time, then it just runs its battery down until it finally shuts off. It's a shame this player doesn't work as good as it looks...
I have an identical problem with my mp3 player which looks similar but isn't the same model. There's something up with the play button, some moisture or grit or dust has got underneath the contact for the play button so that the mp3 player thinks you are constantly pressing the on/play button.
Put it in a warm dry place. I have had this problem twice & this has fixed the problem on both occassions. If there's more than moisture trapped inside, that can be harder to shift. But there are no moving parts in this player so don't be afraid to give it a good shake to try & get things moving.
I had the same problem and solved it by: formatting the Coby MP3 player (again) in Windows Media; creating a new playlist in the window that appears at the left of the screen; synching the new playlist to the Coby; and when the player was 100% synched I left the Coby in my PC until I shut it down completely. Only when I saw that my PC was shut down, did I remove the Coby and it worked fine.
I have the same player with the same problem. I partially fixed my player by re-soldering the positive battery terminal. Turns out there was a cold solder joint there. I suspect that there is at least one more cold joint so I'm going to take another look at it to see if I can "fix" it once and for all.