Question about iRiver T10 MP3 Player
This is a standard USB cord that you should be able to pick up just about any local Walmart. Just take care to make sure that you get the right ends. For that particular player you will need one standard end and one mini end if I am not mistaken.
Your other option, if you have any extra USB cables laying around or even have other USB devices that you can swap from, is to pick up a USB adapter kit. Again this is available at any Walmart and should work just fine.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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