Well a couple months back my mp3 player (samsung ypt7jx) stopped working..I was trying to syncronise some music to it using windows media player and it aborted the new songs. On top of that it wouldn't play the songs already on it either.It popped up with an error message.After weeks had gone by,I gave up and switched back to my CD player. And a few minutes ago I decided to try and see if it would work. It didn't so I decided to reset it.I accidentally put a bobby pin into the bigger button to the left and pushed it in, hoping it would reset. All of a sudden it got hotter and hotter and now it didn't work...So here I am,with an MP3 player out in my backyard (I didn't want it to explode or cause a fire.) and no clue what it's gonna do now. So can someone tell me what I did to it and if there is a way to fix it? Or is it defective?And to anyone who may know: Could my MP3 player start a fire?
Well 3.7 volts yeap. it is possible if by accident your pin went in to the wrong way. Try charce it whith a motorola cell phone adaptor. it has the same plug and is more stable at the output power. It might come back to life.!!
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I know exactly what u mean. same thing happened to me.
Go into the coby media manager.
Click on music
when you list of songs appears, right click on a song
then click on syncronise.
do that for each song. this syncronises your songs to your player.
it worked for me!!!!
Had the exact same problem.
Go into the Coby media manager.
When the list of songs comes up, right click on a song and then click syncronise.
do that for each song.
That wouls syncronise the songs to your player.
it worked for me!!!
The music that is on any mp3 player is a copy of what you have stored in the library of your computer music software so if you want to delete a song from your mp3 player you have to delete it on the computer then syncronise. This is the same if you want new music, you have to add to your library first. You cannot delete music using any of the controls on the actual mp3 player.
Well i heard of a couple of reasons why this may happen, but i cant promise any of these will work but you can give it a shot.
1. there was a couple of issues with older firmware try re flashing with newer version and then formatting it.
2. i heard that in some cases you will have this problem when you have duplicate songs in it, see if you can go trough your music library to see if you encounter an duplicate songs and delete them, its weird i know but i heard that works.
As with any issue with this type of digital device, you should always "RESET" the device first (little micro switch - next to the USB port, or on back)...press with a pin (or similar) for 2-3 sec's. I then suggest you fully 'remove' any Samsung Media software (via add/remove programs under control panel). Re-boot your pc, then connect your Z5 into a know working USB port on pc. See if it installs the Z5's driver correctly (ie starts communicating). If this gets it going, you must now download the newest firmware from Samsung's website (download centre), and then save the files into your Z5 (ie overwrite the old firmware). If this fails, then try Samsung directly for further intructions. Good luck.