I have a problem with LCD of my Ergotech mp3 player two color (I'm not sure the product code, similar to ET-U31PQ Series).
When it displays a light text, it runs quite normal. But when it displays a bold text or a picture (icon, etc), the LCD will blink or even is wash out. The audio is normal.
I need your help. Thanks
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Looks like it only plays .mtv files, so a converter may be needed before uploading video files to the 610.
Try these links for converters, info, etc.: http://www.imageconverterplus.com/help-center/about-icp/supported-formats/mtv/ http://www.openwith.org/file-extensions/mtv http://www.sharpened.net/extensions/file/mtv
Product Description: Coby MP6104GBLK MP6104G 4GB Color Display Flash MP3 Player Radio.
1.8 inch color LCD display.
Integrated flash memory.
Plays music, video, photos, and text.
Integrated FM radio.
ID3 and LRC support for song and lyric information display.
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed for fast file transfers.
Integrated rechargeable battery.
Memory Capacity: 4GB.
Display Type: 1.8 inch TFT LCD.
Display Resolution: 128 x 160.
Media Support: Integrated Flash.
Format Support: Audio: MP3, WMA; Video: MTV; Photo: JPG; Text: TXT.
OS Support: Windows Vista/XP/2000.
Menu Language Support: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Italian, German.
Additional Functions: FM Tuner.
Audio Output: 3.5mm Headphone.
PC Interface: USB 2.0 Hi-Speed.
Power: Integrated Rechargeable Lithium Polymer Battery.
Battery Life: Capacity: 350mAh; Audio Play Time: 8hr.
Unit Dimension (WHD): 1.65 x 3.66 x 0.38 inch.
Not to worry, you can connect the ipod to the PC and slowly shift them to the music folders. Please connect the device, click on the device and open the various sections, click each folder and transfer files by cutting and pasting to the music folder. Do it slowly and you wil be able to rearrange all your files in order. Hope this helps you out. Good day.
I had this exact same problem with the 2200W. I was afraid it was the logic board but that wasn't the case.
I replaced all of the capacitors on the power supply board and now it works perfectly. At first I only replaced the bulging capacitors but that didn't fix it. Most of the bulging caps were the 680's and 470's. It ended up being a 220 (which didn't even look bad) closest to the cluster of 680's.
Save yourself some time and replace ALL of the caps. I used this image from a post on this site as my guide: http://www.ccl-la.com/pl926.jpg
réinstalle le firmware du mp3 et cela devrait régler le problème
tu devrais trouver le firmware sur le site du fabricant du mp3
dans la section support.
une fois téléchargé, connect ton mp3 et ouvre le ''firmware updater''
il devrait trouver le mp3 par lui meme sinon aide le à trouver le bon lecteur soit le lecteur E: ou peu importe
une fois que cela sera fait déconnect le mp3 de l'ordinateur de facon sécuritaire a l'aide de l'option retirer un périphérique
et ton mp3 devrait maintenant te permettre d'ajouter ou de suprimer des chanssons