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Try a firmware recover. Download the firmware update from the RCA website and install the app. Start the updater and connect the player holding the PLAY button until it gets detected. This is a similar player with the recovery procedure explained:
My Lyra does the exact same thing...what i do is i pull the batteries out for a second and the unfreezes the device...then i delete the song that froze my device....then i reload the song..if it freezes again delete that song from ur computer them find a better music provider because most likely the song was corruped
i have the exact same problem.. but i took mine apart and broke it
more... lol. it turned on, but only pearl came up and wouldnt load. the
only thing that couldve made it happen was the battery died and it shut
down, so i turned it back on and it started playing and died again but
didnt shut down.. when i put a new batterie in it to turn it on, thats
I've had the same problem, an it started when I formatted the player's flash memory to NTFS, an then realised it needed to be back in FAT(Win95) format for the mp3 player to play the songs. But after doing that, sometimes it'll mess up an the song number changes to 826, an the player completely freezes. I have to then take the battery out to restart it. If anyone has schematics, or knows where I can track them down, I would be appreciative, for the RCA lyra M200