I don't know what happened. I tried to switch music from one folder on my MP3 to another then something popped up when I tried to open the folder. After I unplugged it from the computer, it wouldn't turn on properly. Normally, when I turn it one, it says "Philips" on the screen then goes to the menu. But now when I turn it on it says "Philips" and freezes there, then I can't turn it off unless I reset it and it turns on the same way!!! Please HELP ME!!!
P.S. I'm not exactly sure what type of Philips GoGear I have but please help anyways! I'll take all the help I can get.
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plug in the usb cord to the mp3 player
plug the other end into your computer
wait for windows to recognize the new device
you will see a new folder in my computer (named gogear, or d: or something)
drag and drop music (or copy and paste) mp3's into that folder
Install software like Rhapsody or Songbird and hope they are compatible and will sync. (most mp3 players are compatible)
Reset the player by holding the off-switch and the
volume-+ (plus) switch., and as soon as the player shuts off, press and
hold the volume- - (minus) switch. The computer will see the gogear as a removable hard-drive now, so you can copy/paste music to the music folder. Though the drive might be recognized by Vista, even with the media player running I wasn't able to load music on the player. The files were on the player, as the computer showed, but the player couldn't see them. Only for winXP!
whichever program u are using to download music u need to go to your desktop make a new folder take the songs u have downloaded put them in the new folder then plug the player in to your computer than transfer the music to your player
Have you tried to delete them in the philips hard drive. Go my computer - Philpis gogear - music . and i think your songs are there in the folders. just delete them from there. and if you want to delete all of your songs then in the settings should be something like format on erase or something like this. My gogear is bricked so i cant actually look.
Unfortunately, this GoGear did not come with a recovery method. You can
go to www.usasupport.philips.com and enter in your model #. Go to
"software & drivers" section. see if it has a download for
device/firmware manager - but I believe this is the one SA model that
did not have one. Click on the "Repair" tab if you are able to load the
Unfortunately, this GoGear did not come with a recovery method. You can go to www.usasupport.philips.com and enter in your model #. Go to "software & drivers" section. see if it has a download for device/firmware manager - but I believe this is the one SA model that did not have one. Click on the "Repair" tab if you are able to load the software.
go under my computer then click on removable disks then click on a folder under one of them folders (say ur under pictures) right click on a photo and go to delete u do that all the folders to delete something good luck