Question about MP3 & Digital Media Players
I got this mp4 and i need to noe how to use it.. its an ipodtouch clone from ebay.. i can give you the link to let u noe how it looks
Ok, this looks like a cheap, Chinese-made custom build, so we're going to have to fly blind. Looks neat, though. Did the seller send a user's manual by any chance?
First, charge this player up for 4 hours - I can't tell from the picture, but it looks like it should have a wall adapter. After 4 hours have passed, go ahead and press the power button on this baby, and make sure that the screen lights up. You may have to gently tap the screen once with the stylus.You will see the main menu - hopefully it will ask you for a language, and it will ask you in English. You can use the pen (stylus) to switch between music mode, video mode, etc.
If it doesn't light up, return it immediately. If it lights up, then run the usb charger from the unit to the computer. The unit should light up soon after plugging it in. Never unplug it while it is transferring files to the player. No driver needed. The computer MIGHT read it as a Samsung, but then again, it might not.
Since the product info that we can gather is nonspecific, the only files we can be absolutely sure are safe are Mp3, AVI, and Audible audiobook files.
This is a custom-built product, so you are actually going to be the expert soon. I have another generic, so I can only offer basic principles. Tell us anything new and exciting that you find out. Let us know if we can help you beyond what we have covered here.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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