Question about Panasonic SV-MP510 MP3 Player
I have panasonic sv-mp730v it cant upload so let me know it just charging when I put to the usb port
I just bought this mp3 player by delstar. it's a ds 1700 series. and i don't know how to go about downloading music on here..
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
all you need to do is to give the battery a "boost" - I had a NiCad 1.2V charger lying around and just charged it up for 5 minutes with that and then when I plugged it back onto the charger - away it went again.
One the battery is charged and you can turn it on, that is when you plug in the USB cable and then the drivers for Win XP load and away you go.
Posted on May 02, 2008
When the battery is charged it should appear as a USB storage device to your operating system. You can interrupt the charging by pressing the `mode' button if your battery is good.
I found with my (SV-MP730V) that with a duff battery, I got the symptoms you describe ... now I have to find a new battery!
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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you don't need any software. You only have to put the device on and then plug it to the usb port then it will have an usb connetion and you can put your files in the player.
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