Question about Apple iPod touch
I'm afraid not, and I'm pretty sure you never will, much like you will never get Flash on the iPhone/Touch - ever.
All the best
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Try reset and see whether it helps
Press the "M" button and see whether if helps
Check the wire and make sure you are using the right wire
If not, go to "Disk Management" and see whether you can see the player. If you see any allocated drive matching the capacity of the player assign back (right click and select new volume). Make sure you select FAT32 file system.
If not try to contact iRiver tech support. I know their technical support is not easy to get in touch with. Try to contact advancedmp3players.co.uk as they are one of iRiver suppliers in the UK.
Sorry I could not help further as I do not own an iRiver MP3 player at the moment. I tried my best to help you from my experience of using one of the iRiver MP3 player 4 years ago.
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