Question about Siren Edge MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my siren 4GB mp3 player
Why does my player display "Boot error, Shutting Down" when I switch it on?
"– The player has been formatted with the wrong system, for example NTFS, Mac OS or Unix. To enable it again for playing audio tracks, please format the player in FAT/FAT32 format."
– If formatting was not successful, please reinstall the firmware while the player is in Recovery mode (Refer to the chapter "If the player does not work" in your instruction manual).
Hope this helps. M~
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
An email to Siren support suggested a hardware failure... then suggested I return the unit to place of sale. As my warranty was out I decided to open it up.
Not suggesting as a viable solution - worked for me.
Pull the battery cover and battery. Two teeny screws - a couple of pry-points next the to screw holes. Carefully lever the covers apart.
Once apart I put the battery back in place. Unit fired right up.
Kept working after re-assembly.
So far so good.
Posted on May 23, 2008
The songs that you are syncing may not be in the right format for this particular Mp3 player. Where did you get the songs?
Q: What type of files can I play?
A: Mp3 and WMA files. DRM protected WMA files, such as those purchased from many online music services, must be copied to the player via Windows Media Player or the music management software compatible with your online music store.
The player does not support AAC file playback. (i.e: iTunes will not work)
Posted on May 23, 2008
SOURCE: Siren Edge MP3 player
deb - water damage = unfixable - I have heard courageous stories from people who dried out their players; the best scenario is that they can get it to work sometimes, every once in a while - sorry
T-Mitch - Uninstall MTP Device in Windows' Device Manager
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
Plug the player into a computer. Go to My Computer and the player will appear as a Removeable Drive. Explore the player and copy the songs you want to keep and paste them to a folder on the computer. Now right click on the Removeable Drive and press Format. This will wipe the drive and it will be clean.
Now transfer your files back onto the drive. Done :)
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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