Question about Audio Players & Recorders
My new mp3 is starting to annoy me. At first, whenever I loaded songs on it, it would somehow delete half of them if I turned it off and then back on. Now, I can't even get the dang thing to turn on. The battery died. In my manual, it says NOTHING about charging it, so naturally I assumed that by plugging it into my computer like an Ipod would charge it. Nothing.
Can someone tell me what's wrong? Is it the product or user? *haha*
My solution for charging the battery was to turn the power switch to the "on" position and then don't take the mp3 player's word that the battery was full...check it and if it isn't plug it back in.
Posted on May 28, 2008
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
For notforreal, did you firmware upgrade? if you did, here the link to fix the problem,
For X120AUD2GB http://www.xovision.com/downloads/X120AUD2GB%20UPGRADE%20SOFTWARE.zip
For songs that got deleted, or just simply disappear
is the file system of your player FAT32? if yes just format it in FAT. this will solved the problem of losing music.
1) Plug your Player to usb port of your computer
2) Wait until it is recognizes as flash drive
3) Go to My Computer, look for the removable disk
4)Right click, then click format, window will pop up, on file format, choose FAT
5) click start, wait until finish formatting.
6) then you can now start using your player.
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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