Question about Coby MP-C856 MP3 Player
When I plug it into the computer it shows that I have way more songs on there then actually play. If I just have it on regular play it only shows a choice of about 80 some songs, and I know there is about 120 some. I can listen to them if I go and select just that song from the navigator and look at all the music i have, but it will only have the one song selected and I will have to go select a new song after each one. Is there a way to show all of them all at once?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Try to do a firmware update on the device..if thats doesnt solve the problem contact coby...its a well known problem with the sandisk devices but i am not sure if its the same for coby...
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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Posted on May 28, 2008
I use a different MP3 player, but I noticed that mine wouldn't play .AAC files, only .MP3 files. I upgraded the firmware of mine and then it played everything. I noticed there is a new firmware upgrade for the COBY 610, so that might be of help to you.
You can find it at the cobyusa.com website by choosing 'Mp3 & Portable', then 'Mp3 & Mp4 Players', then your model 'MP610', from the support page. Or, here is the direct link to the file from Coby's servers.
Unpacking the zipfile from the Coby Website will give you a PDF file with instructions, and a program file to run.
Your music will be erased when you run this firmware update. The instructions suggest that even if your mp3 player won't startup properly, if you plug it into your computer you should be able to access it as a removable disk, and copy all your music to a temporary folder on your computer.
Here are the steps:
I hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
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