My MP3 player worked fine for several month but now the music sounds weird like one side of the headphones work but not the other. I tried changing headphones but the problem continued. I bumped the top part where you plug the headphones in and it sounded fine again. Thinking i solved the problem i moved my hand and the music sounded weird again. What do i do? I dont have the money to replace it and knowing my luck it's to late to return it.
My son had a similar issue with his. It turned out that he had damaged the headphone/charger/download/upload jack. There was no way to easily fix it, but we were able to return it to Wal-mart for another one. Why they decided to use this jack for so many different functions, I have yet to figure out. It's really a poor design for an otherwise nice mp3 player. If you can't take it back where you bought it, you are pretty much out of luck, unless you're handy enough to take the player apart and replace the jack. Sorry.
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heres how i did it when you plug it into the computer and it gets reqonized then you go to mycomputer and youll see where it says opel right click on it then go down to properties and go to hardware and u can either defrage it or you can scan for problems and if i was u i would scan and fix the problems first then defrage it but make sure u back up your data or it may get lost if that dont work then idk
I had this problem. I had to really try several different things to get the software to recognize the mp3 player. RCA does have download software that will format your MP3 player and put the firmware on the player. It would be better to get the firmware on without formatting if you have files already on it. Just be sure that you get the screen that shows it is connected to USB.
This is a common problem with mp3 players - the headphone jacks are sensitive; it's not worth replacing, because the next one is going to do exactly the same thing. The only thinkg you can do is make sure the headphone stub is parallel to the top of the mp3 player and be real still.
these things are **** ive had a 8 gig for about a week now nothing will come on not even the leds i have a newer one so there is no reset button so i have the best solution take a hammer and smash it and never buy any rca product ever again. ive had dollar store mp3 players that are better