Question about Mpio FY800 MP3 Player
Hello, I have an mpio FY800 for about 1,5 years till today no problem. But now I can't switch it on. I tried to recharge the battery, (despite the display showed the last time I could see it, it's still ok) but the computer doesn't recognise it and nothing happens. (I still have the same computer, no problem with that before) I pushed the reset button as well but nothing happened. can you help? Thanks in advance
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok you have to format by itself. reset the fl400 by the pinhole then when its off press play and menu at the same time for 10 seconds then press and hold the rec or rew button. after the format, run mpio utility press on setup & conf now you havet it like new
Posted on Feb 03, 2007
SOURCE: mpio not showing up on itunes
We just purchased an MPIO and we are having same issue, media player not recognizing that it is plugged in by USB, however MP3 player is.... Retailer had no clue and said the equipment was not broken.... we have another MP3 (RCA) and it works great !!... need fix
Posted on May 27, 2007
SOURCE: won't turn on
either you got a faulty surface mount regulator IC or you got a corrupted flash memory. Try pressing play button, then alternately press volume down (-) and Rewind (<<) buttons. When the "FORMAT? Press Menu" appears, press MENU BUTTON. A LOW LEVEL FORMAT will be in progress. When it's done, reload firmware recovery using MPIO Utility. If however you nothing appears on the screen afteryou pushed the play, rewind, and minus buttons,or still it doesn't power up, you've got a faulty regulator IC. It is the five pin chip colored black with the markings "PHK" (use a magnifying lens to confirm) located on the left besides the battery connector (facing up, with the earphone jack on the top). If you had micro soldering skills, then you can remove the chip and replace, if you can find a replacement...
Posted on Oct 08, 2007
lol thats not how .... switch the hold switch on, press and hold func botton press play while holding then turn on the mpio while holding after that a screen saying"preceed to format? press rec hold for N secs til screen pops up saying that its doing a low level format
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
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