Question about Philips GoGear HDD1850 MP3 Player
So the other day I tried to turn the mp3 player on, but just wouldn't turn on. I hooked it up to the computer, thinking the battery was dead. Well it looked like it was dead, and charged.
I started listening to it, and it seemed fine, until I wanted to pause my song. The button (which is the play/pause/power button) changed my song. And if I held it in.. it turned my sound up!
Does anyone know what might be wrong?
Also, I recently moved, and misplaced the stuff that came with it. Is there a warranty for the GoGear mp3 player, if so how long?
Any help would be appreciated!
First thing to try would be a firmware restore.
If you don't have the original CD, you can download the Device Manager here:
Install & run the Philips Device Manager & select the repair / restore option, then follow the on-screen prompts.
This will format and re-flash the device firmware. Any tracks on the player will be lost.
Another cause of your problem could be a bad connection on the earphone socket. This is usually accompanied by low or poor sound, with no vocals.
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
SOURCE: Philips GoGear mp3
Sounds like the files are DRM copy protected.
You can check for protected tracks.
Posted on Mar 02, 2008
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