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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Did your unit comes with Coby Media Manager? THere are two versions of this unit, one comes with and one doesnt. You can usually tell, if your unit came with an Installation CD, then it doesnt use Coby Media Manager
2. To access CMM - Start > My Computer> Double click the removable disk drive that looks like a 'C' with a big red circle, follow prompts to open Coby Media Manager.
3. IF you somehow formatted or deleted it, you can download a new copy from here:
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
Instead of using the Coby Media Player, use Windows Media Player to store your songs and you can sync them from there. I bought a MP601-2G for my nephew and my Bro' in law's girlfriend tried to get/sync some songs for him and could'nt figure it out. They gave it back to me to figure out. I noticed that the Media manger was missing, they must of deleted it accidently or something else. Then I read an answer similiar to mine where the person didn't have the Media Manager and the solution was as I described. I made a new folder, named it and then used a website called beemp3.com to download songs. After I found the song downloaded it which sends it to the websites playlist. From there I right clicked the file, clicked copy and pasted it to windows media player where it says drag and drop to sync. IMPORTANT: HAVE WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER OPEN ALREADY AND MINIMIZE UNTIL YOUR READY TO DRAG AND DROP TO THE SECTION THAT SYNCS THE SONG TO THE COBY PLAYER. Make sure the coby player is connected to the computer.
It sounds complicated, but it's much easier than it sounds. Email me to let me know how it works out at Shelsinator1@yahoo.com
Posted on Jan 06, 2011
Hi Jeffery K Babcock
You have to have the right format on the videos to up load them to your player.
Your MP3 player must use MTV Video Format Support)
You will need a format converter if your video format is anything else than MTV.
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You can download a FREE format converter at the following webpage
Also to view your MP620 specs go to this webpage
Posted on Oct 13, 2012
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