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You need to convert any videos you upload to your mp3/mp4 player to a format it will support, refer to your mp3 player manufacturers website for the screensize and supported video type and convert them. You can use the free Freemake Video Converter to convert a video to a supported format and screensize. Good luck.
Hi, unknown format means that your player doesn't support the codec of the video you just downloaded, I suggest to look for your previous videos that plays on your player and look if what type of video it plays, maybe .avi, .wma, .3gp, .mp4, .mpg. Also try to read your manual, coz all the answer is in there. Thanks and hope i can help
I have issues every time I remove the battery. Under settings there is an option for USB mode. The default mode does not seem to recognize the device as a file storage device. Try the other USB option and you may have more luck (Again, the USB option is found on the MPC player, not on thecomputer)
For the most part all the onse that we've had have been doomed, either a cold soder joint or a volume key sinking into the body and sticking at zero. The battery coil may be out of place, so try bending that back in place. If nlot, I don't know what's wrong.