Question about RCA TH1602 MP3 Player
When I turn it on, the Pearl logo comes up, but there's no movement to show it's booting up, it's just stuck. I can't even turn it off; I have to remove the battery to shut it down. When I plug it into the computer, the unit can't be detected so I can't download the firmware to get it working again.
Actually, the firmware software will fix your Pearl even though the computer won't detect it right now. It worked for me and I've fixed my sony phone the same way. Try grabbing the latest firmware here:
And make sure you follow all the directions that popup, including removing the battery, holding play when you plug it in, and formatting the data area.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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