Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Most RCA mp3 players have the same instructions:
Connect the player to your computer. Then click on PLAY. It will pop up and say USB CONNECTED.
Now transfer your tunes. During transfer it will say USB TRANSFER. When it completes it will switch back to saying USB CONNECTED.
If you didn't get the software and driver for it you will probably have to get one from RCA http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/
I had one of those at one time but it was an older model. Sorry I can't tell you much more about it and there seems to be no instruction manual online.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
SOURCE: My Thompson Lyra H208 is
Not sure why this may be happening but you can buy universal USB chargers so that you can charge the MP3 without connecting it to a PC (Just to check it is actually rechargeable. The more things are charged and discharged the less life they have. If it is opld it may just be a little tired). They only cost about £3.99 from online shops (Some with free P&P). Thay are also very low wattage so are cheap to use. They can also be used as a power supply if you are using the unit at home. Maybe this will do the trick to get round the problem.
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
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