Question about Nextar MA750-20 MP3 Player
I am having the exact trouble. They say that you should format the player by right clicking on the drive, did that but still same problem. I think you should call custmer service for help, I will be doing that myself.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. push down the button slider that you see on the side of the mp3 player labeled <mode>. that unlocks it.2. then plug it into the computer, select my computer from the start menu, and click removable disk drive (its usually labeled [E:].) 3. then delete what you need to by right clicking them and selecting delete.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
I personally don't think that one is able to modify the player's firmware in the desired way, there is no button to it, too.
Just too small. Please think about purchasing another player if you wish to have such function.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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