Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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.
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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