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Onda vx767 mp4

I accidently connected the fm transmitter charger to my onda vx767 and the screen went blank and now it wont even turn on. (i just got it yesterday too.

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  • tal32123 Jun 13, 2008

    the website is www.onda.cn but it is in chinese the the info for the fm transmitter is on this site http://www.mp4global.com/dual-powered-fm... and i tried what you said but it doesnt work it doesnt show the found new hardware thing

  • tal32123 Jun 13, 2008

    the onda website is www.onda.cn and the transmitter website is http://www.mp4global.com/dual-powered-fm... also i tried what you said but the new hardware wizard doesnt come up

  • tal32123 Jun 13, 2008

    i actually connected it to the place where i was supposed to charge it butit was the wrong charger .what . also what is their us website?  also i cant read chinese so the manual was no use to me (its only in chinese) thanks

  • tal32123 Jun 13, 2008

    i dont know if this helps but it was working but then the screen went blank and had like a couple green lines through it then it went white with stripes through it and now it doesnt turn on

  • tal32123 Jun 13, 2008

    i think the website you gave me isnt the same company also i used babelfish to translate it and it worked pretty good (for the pictures just put the mouse over the picture and look at the link)

  • tonygillam Apr 23, 2009

    I have the same problem, and yes I cannot find support, looks like I be putting it in the rubbish

  • Corey Knoettgen
    Corey Knoettgen May 11, 2010

    The Onda website is not very thorough, so I will need some additional information from you: did your product give a listing for Onda's web address? If so, that would be most helpful b/c the support site I found said that Onda is a custom Mp3 manufacturer, has no info on specific products.

    I have never heard of an FM transmitter charger. Do you mean you connected the charger to the fm transmitter jack (which is usually the same as the headphone jack, but this player might be different)?

    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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Hi. I have a 767 (Onda not Boeing :-) ) Mine has crashed like this a few times. Once the power drains to empty you should be able to start it after a charge. Sometimes pressing a pin through the reset hole will work, sometimes not.

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OK, so you plugged the car charger for the FM transmitter into your Onda player headphone jack perhaps? Yeah, that could cause problems. On the one hand, this player needs to be replaced. You can e-mail Onda by going to the crappy US version of the website - they seem small and they seem like custom-builders. On the other hand, they may have an inferior web page because there are no US contacts at all - they may all be Chinese. Most products have a warranty, but even better, most stores have a return policy. A US-based repair service would cost a minimum of $279.00, and that is assuming that they would be able to fix it (which they probably can't).

If you have already tried a reset suggested by the manual, and there is no "recovery" method listed in the manual (which would just be a version of what I gave you before, except they may suggest a button other than volume +), then I would go ahead and return it - sorry.

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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    Corey Knoettgen Jun 13, 2008

    Here's the site I found - check and make sure the logo matches, because this site looks a little goofy. They even give you a 10% discount if you give them back their broken products :-)
    http://www.ondacorp.com/index1.html

    Unlike other manufacturers, they have no English manual or anything.

    Mozilla did not translate the Chinese website for us, and the picture that looked like a manual turned out to be a dead end. Sorry.


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