Well all you got to do is go to Walley World.......(Wal-Mart) and get a (standerd cell phone size) plug that i found in a (cool) looking set that hade a lot of other connections in it.........they where all helpfull......and you can get it at most Walley Worlds for under $10.00.................................
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Hi brentcopeman, U would say yes this is the case. Nearly all mobile phones have a 2.5mm headphone jack up to the newest smartphones and walkmans that have been in production on the last year or 2 some of which use the standard headphone jack size. I might add that if you have headphones that you like already to buy one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Headset-Adapter-3-5mm-2-5mm-Converter/dp/B000LMBJMA That way you can use the headphones you already have and insert them into the phone using the adapter and don't have the added cost of new headphones unnecessarily. Hope this helps you out.
hi i have a mp3 not sure if this will help but i had to go to radio shack and i had to purchase like a 2.5 adapter plug that goes directly into the ear plug insert site and then plug in the tiny adapted ear plugs.
for notforreal, did you firmware upgrade? if you did, here the link to fix the problem,
For X120AUD2GB http://www.xovision.com/downloads/X120AUD2GB%20UPGRADE%20SOFTWARE.zip
For X120AUD4GB http://www.xovision.com/downloads/X120AUD4GB%20UPGRADE%20SOFTWARE.zip
For songs that got deleted, or just simply disappear
is the file
system of your player FAT32? if yes just format it in FAT. this will solved the
problem of losing music.
your Player to usb port of your computer 2) Wait
until it is recognizes as flash drive 3) Go to My
Computer, look for the removable disk 4)Right
click, then click format, window will pop up, on file format, choose FAT 5) click
start, wait until finish formatting. 6)
then you can now start using your player.