My MP3 player is flashing the iLo intro. I have put numerous batteries in it thinking that the batteries were dead. However, they were brand new. What is wrong?? I have also connected to computer and the music is still on the player.
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Re: Flashing Intro. but no music
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off,hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
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Your player is in "intro" that means all the tracks will be played for 10 sec only. This feature can be swithed off: On the main menu, select the "Settings" item and press the MENU button to enter the system settings mode. Press the PREVIOUS/NEXT button to select setting item and press the MENU button to confirm or press the PLAY/PAUSE button to cancel/return. You should find Music then Repeat mode, here you can select another mode then "Intro" for example Once, Repeat Once, Folder... I hope I could help. Thanks. gylacz
Sounds like the player is running in INTRO mode, only playing the first part of each song. To change playback mode, follow the steps as described below.
Switch the player ON and start music playback:
1. Press PLAY button to START music to play
2. Press PLAY button again to PAUSE the playback
3. Press MODE button to enter playback mode selection
4. Scroll with MODE button through selections
5. Press MODE button when selection REPEAT is in the display
6. Use MODE button to select from: Normal, Repeat One, Repeat within current Folder (if any), Repeat Folders (if any), Repeat All songs, Random Play back, and Intro
7. Press MODE button to confirm selection
Most probably you accidentally switch the play mode to " INTRO" check your display if it does indicate Letter " I" in it. if does any music you play will be in "INTRO" mode. IF you still have the manual for your player check the 'PLAY MODE" setting. From this setting you can choose play mode from "FOLDER" "NORMAL" "INTRO""REPEAT 1" REPEAT ALL" to play in continuously select "NORMAL" mode.
I'm not sure if your player do have the same procedure in changing play mode . But try this , while on play mode . Press menu and a dialogue box will appear scroll and select "NORMAL"
Your MP3 Player is in the Intro Play Mode. This is just a preview mode where it'll play the beginning of a song. If you hit the menu button (but don't hold it) while the song is playing, it should bring up the music submenu. From there, go to Play Mode and select any mode except Intro. Generally though, you'll want it on Repeat All or something of the like. Random is also good if you can't figure out what to listen to.
Hope this helped :)
I had this problem too, I was going crazy and worried about it, your iDog AMP'D Just needs new batteries, to change it, unscrew the metal screws that are located under it's back legs, and replace the old batteries with three new AA ones. Make sure they are good batteries!
I found that connecting the MP3 player to the computer with the patch cord causes the player to reset and eliminates the problem. It only takes a few moments,just disconnect when the pc tells you it is safe to remove the device.