Question about GPX MW-3815 (256 MB) MP3 Player
Hi,I charged my philips gogear 256mb last night and also added a couple of new albums...I got in bed,turned it on,locked the keys (Hold button ON) and felt asleep while listening some nice music... This morning when I woke up,the player simply wouldn't turn on! I tried to charge it but the display didn't flicker nor the PC detected the player ! I need some solutions,what's the problem,does it has a bug or something? I have to mention that the player is new,just one week old :-( Thanks ...
As it is only a week old, if you have followed the instructions exactly the device is probably faulty and should be returned to the retailer.
It is worth noting it isn't a good idea to operate such devices continuously in an insulated environment. If you had it in bed with you or kept it under your pillow it is possible it overheated.
Posted on May 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: GPX MW6815DT trouble
Hi, There are some pre-loaded songs on your device, that can lock down your player making it unable to add more songs. Follow these steps to delete all pre-loaded songs and unlock your player for future music downloads. 1. Connect your MW6825DT to your computer. 2. Open ?My Computer? from your computer?s desktop. 3. You will see ?GPX Player? under Audio Device type. 4. Select and right mouse click on ?GPX Player? and select ?Format??. 5. Click ?OK? on the Format WARNING window. 6. Click ?OK? again on ?Format Complete? window. Now try again to transfer some music. It is recommended to use Windows Media Player to transfer music from your computer to your device. Good day, Daniel
Posted on Feb 16, 2006
SOURCE: no power
re: Model MW3837 - I don't recall if the battery was charged when I bought these as gifts for my kids, but they charge via the mini-USB port (either from connecting to your computer or aftermarket charger) in about an hour or so. Once I knew the battery had to be fully charged, it would only display 'HOLD' and 'BYE' when I tried to turn it on. Then I realized the 'HOLD' switch was on. After I set that switch to 'off', it powered up and played like it was supposed to.
Hope this helps...
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
SOURCE: Nextar MA 166 MP3 Won't Charge
You have to install the software for the mp3 player BEFORE connecting the mp3 player to the computer, or else Windows XP will override the native drivers. That particular Nextar is not compatible with Windows Vista, so you may have a problem if you have a newer computer.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: problem charging my gpx ml759b
The GPX ML759B has a Lion-Polymer rechargeable battery which does wear out pretty quickly especially when playing MP4 Videos. If your unit is 18months, you have done well!
If you have tried charging charging your player in a couple manners as stated, and you are happy that the charging system is working, then I strongly suspect that you will need to replace the internal LiOn-Polymer battery (whcih usually have a max life of 500 charges).
If you cannot replace the internal battery yourself, you may find that it may not be an economical option for a relatively cheap MP4 player.
Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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