I have an RCA Lyra TC1501
I have deleted all downloads, restored factory setting and even pressed the reset button on the back in an attemp to free up memory space.
I usually download audio books to listen to and have deleted them (or think I have since nothing shows up on the player or files when plugged into my mac)
Now when I download something onto it it says there is not enough space to transfer the file to it. The sytem info on the player shows Free/Total 23M/995M.
Is the problem stemming from me using a mac or is it user error?
Can anyone shed some light on how to fix?
Thanks in advance.
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Re: RCA 1501 memory full
New Players have a format selection on their settings menu, it you find it select it, Certain MAC OS computers do not format thing right. If your player does not have a format button, use a windows computer. Your hard disk might (the mp3 hardisk) might have corrupted
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You may have accidentally turned on the 'hold' control. Verify that it is switched off. If so you may need to recharge or change the battery. If neither option is the solution; look for the Player's Reset button. It will be a very tiny hole on the back, side or bottom of the player(usually)near the USB port. Use a the end of a paper clip or other fine point object and press the button/hole. This will restore your player to factory default settings, without deleting your music.
If none of the above work; your last option will be to reformat the player. Refer to your owner's manual or read online at the RCA website.
hmm did u try holding the button down for 10 secs when it started? now maby u could help me i bought mine and now my memory is full and i wanna delete either a few songs or the whole all i dont really care but i had downloaded a bunch of nirvana songs and now i cant click on them 2 listen so if u have a answer plz email me at firstname.lastname@example.org thnx
if ur talking about creating a playlist with a whole lot of different dongs under one title then all u have 2 do is hold down (or in) the analog stick over the title or artist of that song then go to the playlist options and the should be there u can also save and rename the playlist rather than playlist01. now maby u could help me with a prob i bought my rca lyra rd2765a and now my memory is full so i need 2 know how 2 delete songs or even format every thing, also i downloaded a whole bunch of nirvana sonngs awhile ago and now when i click to listen nothing happens i can only view the titles if u have a recommendation plz send me a email at email@example.com thnx
hi have u tried holding the power button for 10 sec. now maby u could help me i bought the lyra rd2765a and now my memory is full so i need 2 know how 2 delete songs and i downloaded some nirvana a while back and now it wont play whin i click on it if u have any opinions plz email firstname.lastname@example.org thank you
Well, I have a RCA Lyra too, and I pretty much have to reset it everyday. It doesn't delete my songs, but it may depend on what model you have. (Mine is a MC2601.)Reseting it is probably your best bet...I guess just cross your fingers and hope it doesn't delete your songs. Good luck =)
Had same issue with mine, right out of the box! I called support, they sent me to some 3rd party support company... That place told me to return to vendor. Thompson Support. They basically just tried going to the RCA website, found nothing there, and finished up with return to store...
what is the meaning of "not play"?
In general please verify that:
Channel selectors matched up on the transmitter and receiver?
Audio jacks tightly connected? If the audio jack is not COMPLETELY seated in the socket at the rear of the Lyra Wireless receiver, you will not hear audio.
Audio jacks connected to appropriate input on audio equipment?
Source selector on audio equipment set appropriately?
Volume levels set on MusicMatch software and audio equipment?
Batteries in the remote control? The Remote Control has a Red Light that should turn on whenever a button is pressed.
If the unit locks up and will not respond:
Remove and re-install the batteries. Using Explorer or My Computer, locate the recent files transferred and delete them. Make sure that the original audio files are valid (not corrupt) by playing them back through MusicMatch Jukebox before retransferring them to the device. If the problem still persists, reformat the memory. To reformat the memory, right click on the device within the Explorer or My Computer window, select the format command (full format) to reformat the internal memory of the device. Ensure that FAT is selected if you are using Windows 2000 or XP.
if the display shows "00" tracks in the display:
You may need to re-format the unit's internal memory.