Question about Coby MP-C7085 MP3 Player
All support for this player is on cobyusa.com .
Enter MPC7085 in the Poduct Search bar, top right, to get all available downloads for this player.
On Windows operating system you can use Windows Media Player 11 for music transfers.
On both Windows and Mac you can use Coby Media Manager (from the provided CD)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
is this mp3 player is a plug and play. if not you cannot just copy/phase the file you need to install the software fist that comes with the mp3 player after installing it you have to import all the songs you want to that application and syncronice your device then walla! You have transfer the song if you still having problem plz let me know
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
Show me the directions how to download music on my Coby mp3 player i dont even know where to plug the mp3 player in on the computer...CAN U PLEASE HELP ME!!!!!!
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
when you have your Vl-875 is plugged in just open up my computer and double click on the f drive (i think its f anyways) and you should get a bunch of folders like "Audio" and "Music" and the like. just open up the Audio folder NOT the music folder and drag your songs into it it you can create folders with in it for naming cd titles etc then just drag and drop your music into the folders you have created
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: can't put music on my mp3 player
First of all, go to a site where you can download mp3s, like 4shared.com or Limewire.com. However, it's recommended that you purchase them safely and legally, like on iTunes or Wal-mart Music downloads. Save the file and download it to a folder on your computer. The mp3 will take a while to download but when it's finished, you can open it with a music program on your computer, like Windows Media Player or iTunes and listen to it. Make sure your mp3 player is plugged in and it shows up as a device on your "My Computer" and that it shows up on your music program. You can most likely drag the mp3 from the program to your mp3 player. Hope that clears everything up! If not, just comment me.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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