WAS GIVEN TO ME BY MY UNCLE, BUT NO PAPER WORK CAME WITH IT, GOING CRAZY TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO PLAY IT, USED USB PORT IN WINDOWS MEDIA TO LOAD SONG TO THE MP3 PLAYER BUT IT KEEPS PLAYING A SONG THAT WAS ON THE PLAYER OVER & OVER, IS THERE ANYWAY I CAN GET A MANUAL FOR THIS MP3 COBY MPC 855 512 MB MP3 PLAYER PLEASE RESPOND THANK YOU
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Just bought one and figured it out. On these mp3 players the default option when you turn them on is to go to the folder of files that are recorded using the microphone. hold the menu button down and you'll see a number of options. use the track skip buttons to navigate left and right and select the music option and press the menu button to select it. once you're in the music folder it will turn on to music. plug it in to usb and drag any .mp3 file to the folder in explorer and it should play. if your songs aren't playing make sure you convert them to .mp3 files before loading them.
Y'all should go to http://www.mymusix.com and download the "player update" (among other tools) to solve this problem. I just bought a returned one today from Radio Shack and had to spend over an hour to get it calibrated properly. It was pretty crazy...I had to press down on "play" and the "reset" buttons simultaneously and then plug in the USB cable, let go of "reset" and then let go of "play" once the "player update" software recognized the darn thing. It's now working perfectly and actually a great deal for $20.
Hopefully you can use the FAQ section on mymusix.com and figure it out exactly, otherwise I'd be happy to give you the step-by-step instructions I followed.
hmmm, that means that you may have synched some songs that are not fully compatible with your go-gear. although it is still mp3, it may have some "codecs" issues with it. and thus making your go gear crazy. what you can do is delete all the songs you have there, and make a fresh start from scratch, that way, you'll know.
I think you should ask yourself these questions:
1) Are the song formats compatible with your MP3 player?
2) Is it possible that the website(s) you downloaded them from had/have given you faulty songs?
3) Am I smart enough to figure ot without PC Geek's help that I might need to try to download a different song on the same computer, the same songs on a different computer, or a different song on a different computer?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should have your solution.