Question about Beond BO-F15 MP3 Player
Hello Thanks for picking up this info that I am having with my Beond F16 MP3 player(a model # they don't even show) with 1 GB capacity.. Has worked great without problems until now. It keeps shutting off or would not come on. I thought the batteries must be low or going dead. At times, will not even turn on at all. Also, at times, would turn on but for only a few seconds and the shut off. I tested the batteries and they all tested a full "Good". It will play 3 or 4 songs, and then shut off again. I checked to make sure the battery pads were clean and aligned, and there was no problem there. This model has FM Radio, my stations are able to play without any problem. I am TOTALY hacked at this. I'm in hopes that some of you may pick this problem and see what you think. If you need any further information, don't hesitate to contact me. I hope to receive a reply soon. My email addresses are email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks to all.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most likely, you have not placed the music on the dmp3 player in the right folder. ry different media folders one by one until you see them show up on the mp3 media player.
This type of mp3 player uses the uses the AUDIO folder to play it's sound media target. So try that and see if it works.
hope that helps....
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Try a different cable to connect the unit to the computer. I had a similar problem and got solved when I used a different cable. I used a cable from a digital camera that had the same connections.
Not working on several computers gives you a clue - is not connecting at all, and is not the driver. Once you have a good cable it will be recognized without having to install any drivers.
That's how I solved my problem, maybe is the same.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 02, 2010
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