I have recently acquired a usb mp3 player. it is a small supersonic usb plug-in. i have no idea how it works or where to find directions on how it works. i installed a battery in the back and now on the screen in front all it does is flash Starting... please help
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Re: no directions on how to use product
I think you got a USB Firewire with it, you need to copy the songs directly into your mp3 player. And, then you would be able to play the music. Or create a folder named as Music and copy all your songs into that folder.
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Your product should have come with a USB cord that connects to a computer. Just plug the usb cord into the product and into the computer and it should start charging automatically. The directions for charging the product is listed in the product manual that came with the product. Refer to those directions.
Get a USB wall charger. These are AC adapters that plug directly into the outlet. You then plug the USB from your MP3 into the port on the adapter.
Charge your MP3 player on the go. There are also charging kits that plug into the cigarette lighter or power plug in your car. These kits come with a DC power adapter that has a port on the end for you to plug in your MP3.
Acquire Apple iPod specific chargers. When you need to charge your iPod music player through an outlet, look for the Universal USB car charger or the Universal USB travel charger made specifically for Apple products.
Make sure that you have your player on a power strip or surge protector so that if you get a surge you wont fry your player.
Players use standard USB, Mini USB, or Micro USB. I believe the one in title uses Mini USB cable.
To get a replacement cable go to any computer shop or camera shop and buy a Mini USB cable, take the player with you and show it to the shop assistant to ensure you are buying the right cable.
hmmmm.....What type of mp3 player do you have? Some mp3 players can play back more than just mp3 songs....BUT.. As long as the music file have a MP3 file extension to it it should be fine with drag n drop into the correct folder on your device once usb connect is activated on your mp3 player. You may have to select USB connect manually and you may not have too (dending on the mp3 player you have)..You can find the correct folder just by browsing around or downloading from limewire and seeing where the music is stored..
Insignia players mount on almost any computer with the generic mass storage driver. Two extra drive letters appear in Windows Explorer when the usb is plugged in. You can then drag your music into the Music folder. You can use any mp3 encoder/cd ripper software. Otherwise the CD contains software that is either available elsewhere (Rapsody) or is commercial software. (MediaConverter 2) is the reason why Insignia doesn't have the CD contents available for download on their website.
This message would indicate any one of the following:
1. You have a lot of USB devices plugged in to your computer, and the maximum power supply for the USB ports has been exceeded by plugging this player to your computer. It would be best if you unplugged 1 or 2 of the USB devices connected for the time being.
2. You are plugging the player on your front USB port, and may need to plug it in the rear USB port to acquire ample power supply (front USB ports do not get as much power as the rear USB port -- sad but true)
3. You are using a laptop and may need to try another USB port on that computer. Purchasing a self-powered USB hub would be ideal as it gets its power supply directly from the wall electrical socket.