Question about Philips GoGear ViBE Digital Media Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should be able to put it into recovery mode by holding the volume up button while hooking it up to the computer after that you should be able to do a recovery on it using the software provided with the player
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
1: Unplug your Mp3 player . 2: Restart system .
3: Plug the Mp3 player again . If the system didn't recognize Mp3 player this time , then :
1: Go to [ my computer ] icon on desktop .
2 : Mouse right click .
3 : Scroll down to properties .
4 : On properties click [ Hardware] .
5 : Click [ device manager ] .
6 : On device manager check if all [ USB ports ] are properly installed and working fine .
7: If there are [ question marks or wrong marks ] on the ports then they don't work properly .
This is what you need to do , if they don't work properly ;
1 : Right click on the none working ports .
2 : Scroll down to properties .
3 : On general click [ reinstall the previous program ] .
My computer icon .
USB mass storage device problem [ not working properly ] . Here you should right click on the none working device then go to properties and then ,
I hope this will help .
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Posted on Mar 27, 2010
SOURCE: taking apart a gogear vibe 4gb
I was trying to find a way to take this apart as well, because a soda exploded inside my car while I was away for about 6 hours, and when I came back it was covered in sticky goo, inside and out. After a little fiddling, it was easy to take apart and reassemble.
On the back, remove the barcode sticker, there is a single very small screw. Remove that. You will need a very thin-shafted cross-headed screwdriver. After its removed, take a razor and slide it into the small crack in the casing closest to screw housing, and pop the back off.
After the back is off, there are 4 more screws to remove, 2 black screws near the bottom, and two smaller silver screws on the top, one on each side of the LCD screen. You may need tweezers to remove the smaller silver screws.
After all 4 screws are removed, take your razor and slide it in between the top of the LCD screen and the casing and pop it out. Take note at how it is removed, because it needs to be reinserted the same way.
If you need to remove the directional pad, its a bit tricky. I used my tweezers to pop the two tabs on the left out, and then popped the rest out going clockwise. It takes some time and patience, because the tabs might pop back in.
There you have it. Not difficult at all.
Posted on Jun 18, 2010
Use a pen tip or other sharp object to insert the RESET hole on the side of the player.
Here is a page which shows you how to transfer music over to your new Phillips Media Player. Windows Media Player sync is specific to Windows products. Do NOT use this to transfer music to your Phillips media player. Use the software supplied by the manufacturer.
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Posted on Dec 27, 2010
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