I just fixed the downloading problem now no matter how long i leave it charging connected to my computer it doesn't charge at all, what's the problem and how do I fix it? I already have the fat 32 software format but it still doesn't wanna charge.
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Your battery may be completely discharged. Try plugging it on a charger and leave it for a while (at least half an hour), than try turning it on. If it turns on, fully charge the battery and continue with normal usage.
If that doesn't work, try connecting it to your computer via USB cable.
If still not working, visit a repair shop.
I found this on Wal-marts review page. I did it and it worked.
When i first bought it i had problems with saving the files onto the Player itself the music would not stay on it. Well i have figured out this problem and fixed it heh its quite simple of a problem to be solved the Mp3 player operates on FAT32 which its Hardware does not Support and which couses the problem of Data Loss so to fix this Reformat it in FAT format Not i repeat NOT FAT32 this should fix your problem other than that this is a very good product and i give it a very good grade for size performance and its nice 2 gig drive space How to? 1) go to your My Computer. 2) Right click on your Ejectable drive or Drive G and go to Format in the drop down Menu. 3) Bellow File System select FAT not FAT32. 4) format the drive G which is your MP3 Player and then continue with putting music on it. Done it should work fine now ^-^ Enjoy hehe
Um hey, I have a Lyra MP3 player, I can't download videos but I have gotten music on it. When you download your music, it goes to a certain folder in your computer, it's up to you to find it. All that I did was copy/paste that to your MP3's folder. If that doesn't work I am really sorry.