Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I REPLACED THE BATTERY AND WHEN I TURN IT ON MAGNAVOX COMES ACROSS THE SCREEN THEN TURNS OFF.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2 GB Magnavox
The MSA2025 is a neat little player - you just pop off the cap, and the usb connecter is directly attached to the device. So, no more cords. The reset is simply to remove and reinsert the batteries. It can work with Windows XP or Vista, and it is compatible with Windows Media Player 11. I would go ahead and upgrade the firmware at the first sign of trouble, because my friend, who is a Magnavox tech, had her share of problems with this one before upgrading the firmware. The only drawback of this player is that it is not compatible with DRM-protected WMA files - so it won't be compatible with Napster, Bearshare, Leap Frog, and many others. It is not compatible with iTunes. Rhapsody's Mp3-Only service will work, as will Mp3's from Limewire, Morpheus, etc. I would only use mp3 files with this device.
I would reccomend using Windows Media Player 11 to Sync songs to your Mp3 player, but you can also drag and drop using Windows Explorer - just drop the files in the Music folder of the Magnavox.
The manual can be found at: http://www.m4c.magnavox.com/files/m/msa2025_37/msa2025_37_dfu_aen.pdf
The Magnavox website also has the "Magnavox Device Manager" - which is the same as a Philips Device Manager but with a different logo.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
I tried the solution for this problem.
I held down the back button and the "+" volume button (just for good luck). My PC recognized it then, and the Magnavox device manager tried to repair it, but it didn't work. I tried to repair again and it worked. Then it refused to turn on so I replaced the batteries (again) and it works just fine now.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
Just to follow up on the post by Blu2aRox If you don't have the software you can download it here: http://www.m4c.magnavox.com/cgi-bin/dcbint/cpindex.pl?scy=US&slg=AEN&cat=MP3_PLAYERS_CA&sct=FLASH_AUDIO_PLAYERS_SU&grp=PORTABLE_ENTERTAINMENT_GR&session=20081017190716_126.96.36.199&ctn=MSA2025/37&mid=Link_Software&hlt=Link_Software The "Back" button is the arrow button next to the volume control (took me a while to figure that out). You hold down the back button when you plug it into the pc, and windows will recognize it, and the magnavox software will ask if you want to repair it. I had to do it twice - the first time the software said it failed to repair. But I think that was because Windows was still installing the device - if I had waited for that to finish it might have worked the first time. Thanks Blu2aRox! Works great again.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
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