I connected my mp3 player to the computer(while the player was switched off), thescreen that says -searching for PC- came on, then stuck!!!!!! Wont cut off and wont recognize being connected with another power source. The computer recognizes that the mp3 player is connected, but the mp3 player is FROZEN! Can i disconnect the internal battery?? What do I do?!?1
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Most MP3 players have their own CD that came with the device. That
should carry the stock firmware of your MP3. You need to connect the
device to a computer and then load the CD. Through the instruction
manual, you will have an idea on how you can re-flash the firmware.
If you're not so sure about it, you may contact the manufacturer and ask them for the latest firmware version that your device should be back to normal.
I don't believe they'll sell replacement screens, you'll probably just have to shell out for a new pilot. Your best bet is probably doing what I did: eBay. Got a gently used 8GB Pilot for $30 that had a 4GB SDHC card in it that the company selling the used player didn't even know was in it. I love free stuff. ;-)
I'd recommend downloading the User's Manual. The instructions on how to connect the MP3 player to Bluetooth compatible headphones are located on pages 27-29 of the manual.
NOTE that the wireless headphones MUST be A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) compatible to use this feature. If your headphones are also AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) compatible then you will also be able to adjust some settings of the MP3 player (such as play/pause, skip forward/backward and control the volume) wirelessly. Check the documentation on your headphones to ensure compatability.
Unfortunately this model does not currently appear to have support for the FLAC lossless format, and does not have any updates available through the manufacturer's website at this time.
According to information provided by Insignia, the only file formats that the 8GB Pilot currently supports are MP3, WMA, WMA Lossless, WMA DRM, WMA Pro, OGG, WAV, Audible, MPEG4 (30fps), WMV (30fps) and JPEG.