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Usb port how do i get my usb port to work? can i play my mp3 player through the usb port?

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The USB port is for updates, I am not sure how to update the television? However it is my understanding that it doesn't read MP3 or other media players, However there are several DVD players that read media devices.

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1. Let the battery go dead
2. Put the player in the USB port
3. Update with latest Flash Driver ( check the format option )
4. When finished, remove from the USB port WITHOUT disabling the port through Windows ( just pull it out )
5. Hold down the play button and keep it held down.
6. Navigate to Settings.
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8. Once it says restart is complete, press power button to shut it off.
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