Question about RCA M200 (256 MB) MP3 Player
It was working fine until about a week ago when i noticed that during some songs it would spaz out and replace the words with lines and at first it was ok but it got to the point where it was just all lines and it couldnt detect any of my mp3's and said there were no files, when i tried to delete them it wouldnt let me and it was just more lines i could access the settings just fine and after i "deleted" my songs it said it didnt detect any songs and yet when i looked it up on my comp they were still there any ideas? i think it may be corrupted files but ive reformated it and its only saying there is 241 mbs out of 256 so i dont know whats wrong
SOURCE: deleting songs
this is easily done by hooking the mp3 to a pc then go into my computer look for the removable drive select that and search for the file you want to delete then right click and delete/perhaps you got a usb cord with the mp3 player
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
The only way is to connect it to your pc and either go into my computers and your mp3 folder to delete it that way. The other way is when the music software comes up, you can delete the music from the mp3 player platform:()
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
i have a opal m4002a when i connect it to the pc it doesent show up then when i whant to listen to music it said "please wait...profiling reqiers 4mb free space" eny suggestions in waht i should do
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
This solution replaces all the "factory files", and it will no longer freeze.
Last night I replaced my battery and my unit would not go any further than the Pearl logo. So this morning I downloaded the firmware upgrade from http://voxrightnow.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2243/related/1, and followed all the troubleshooting instructions that popup when you start the program:
start the program,
remove the battery,
hold the play button while plugging into usb,
release the play button the the term "initalizing" replaces "searching",
check the box that says "format data",
click the start button to replace the firmware.
After I did this, my pearl started normally, and my computer recognized it again. It also fixed my aac-error problem.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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