M725 player was seen ONCE and activitated the COBY media player
M725 player was seen once and activitated the install of the coby media player...at which point it loaded all the music onto the player and then died! Now the computer can't see the mp3 player nor does the COBY media player. To make matters worse, the mp3 player doesn't acknowledge the USB connection so now I can't even get it to charge!!! Any advice?
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That ****. Does that model have a slot for a micro SD card? If it does, you could load the music onto the card and then copy it onto the player once you put the card in. This would solve the problem, sorta. Good luck
Make sure which formats the player supports. Avi is just the container and can have many formats . According to the specs the player supports wmv,avi and flv try converting the videos again but use a resolution of 220x176, it might help as the player would not have to scale the video down. I have also noticed that the transcend player MP860 had it's own converter software. Check if your friends have the MP860 or MP870 player and install the software off the cd and try converting the video files as the coby may support the same format.
Go to the coby site and download the coby media manager the one on the player is corrupt (http://www.cobyusa.com/?p=fix_mp822). Once you get that installed on you PC use it like Windows media player, theres a user guide that helps sync everything. By the way it will put all your music in a folder titled "music" move the music to the folder titled "audio" so you can use the touch screen music icon.
I-Tunes is very proprietory, the music player is encoded on an AAC codec. The coby player is going to play Mp3 codec. There is only one way to get your music off of the itunes music engine and on to your Windows Media Player, which the coby will recognize. You need to basically make cd's of your music and then reload them onto your Windows Media Player. Unless you loaded the music from your own cd's it will be an arduos task. If you loaded the music into Itunes from your own cd's then you can re-load them into WMP (Windows Media Player). I would suggest before you load the discs that you change the settings in WMP to Mp3 and not the default of WMA this just makes it more universal ... although I do believe all coby players will play WMA. But with Mp3 codec in the WMP you can encode music at a higher kbs than WMA. That is the one thing that is wrong with apple itunes is that it can only be loaded onto Ipod players..... hope this helps
Coby no longer keeps a full user manual for this product, but you can use Windows Media Player to transfer your songs onto the player. It is not compatible with iTunes, but you can use the Rip tab in Windows Media Player to rip songs from a CD - you have to go into the Rip Options and change the Rip format to Mp3 first. Coby does have a video on the process at: http://www.cobyusa.com/?p=tutorial
You can also load mp3 files from a music service such as Limewire into your computer's "My Music" folder - Windows Media Player should automatically detect the songs, but it may take a few minutes.