Question about Coby MP-C7085 MP3 Player
If you're only using the port to charge and not to link data to the mp4 device, then we might assume that the chargeable battery in the mp4 device is no longer good. If you have run the battery down, way down, you may not be able to recover it to a charge again. Leaving the device on till the battery goes too far down will do this as well.
If it's a data issue where you can't connect, then I suggest you go in the the device manager on you pc and delete the usb devices and let the computer 're find' your mp4 player. You may have the same mp4 player numerous times in the usb section and the pc has given up on the connection.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go into the settings menu, from there, go into usb mode...there are two settings: mtp & msc... my player was using mtp and wasn't being recognized, so I switched it to msc, and the computer recognized it.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
SOURCE: Coby mp4 player mp-c79095
I didn't have a problem accessing the flash memory of my Coby mp4 until I upgraded to Media Player 11. Now it recognizes the coby for what it is, but I can't explore the flash memory like I used to. It used to recognize it as another drive, now it shows up as a portable media device. Do I have to go back to MP10 to get it back or is there another way?
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
i have to restart mine every signel time to turn it on but then to turn it of i have to let the last song play till the end so i end up fastfowarding the song to six secs left where the play button will turn into a stop button then it turn off by it self hope this help
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
Most media players can be reset simply by holding the power button down for 10-20 seconds. This might fix your problem. And, NO, it will NOT delete any of your files.
If that doesn't work, check your manual's "trouble shooting" section... or call the manufacturer. I'm not that familiar with this model, but it could be a manufacturing malfunction... Hopefully you've not downloaded a virus to your player.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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