Hey, i don't know the model number or anything but its the red one like in the picture and its 2gb. My problem is that the package said it should hold about 900+ songs however it only holds 108. i had even erased the FM radio file to see if that frees up some space and it didn't. Can you please assist me?
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Re: number of songs
900 songs is completely unrealistic - the actual number it should hold is about 400 (if you don't have any recordings or any other files taking up space). I don't want to upset you, but that is literally the worst mp3 player ever made - i think that you will find in the upcoming months that it will give you numerous problems. If it's possible to return it, I would. The company that made it no longer supports it.
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Never had that happen with my ematic mp3 player only had it about 6 months. Mine is the ematic 2GB Music/photo/video/voice mp3 player I purchased through walmart.com for $25 +TAX, no shipping since I did site-store which is what I do for all walmart.com purchases since packages i order seem to get lost after having left post office and being delivered to my house
I would also write your question on walmart.com under the exact item you have and maybe someone might have an answer there for it.
I know if you go under the item you have like electronic items, etc. at walmart.com they have an a question and answer area for the items just like this website. maybe give that a try.
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I know exactly what u mean. same thing happened to me.
Go into the coby media manager.
Click on music
when you list of songs appears, right click on a song
then click on syncronise.
do that for each song. this syncronises your songs to your player.
it worked for me!!!!
Like most MP3 player with an inbuilt internal battery, your Slick 2gb mp3 music and video player will have an internal Li-Ion rechargeable battery that will be recharged via your USB Data cable while connected to an USB port on a PC/LAPTOP or USB charger.
Try plugging the unit directly into the computer tower and not use the extension cable, plug it directly into one of the rear ports on your computer. This unit actually hardly ever breaks because its a simple flash drive.
,, hey more than likely your player may not support 2bg cards.. maybe 1 gb but very few support 2 gb.. I suggest you verify this in your manual.. If it does, format the card using a fat32 file scheme.. Yo do thius by right clicking the drive your card shows up as in windows and lecting format, then select fat32 and hit start.. Let me know what happens..
If it''s any consolation, the same thing happened to me after I loaded about 1.6 GB (~250 MB left) of music on my Sansa m250. I tried to delete the required 8MB, but the directory structure got destroyed to the point where my computer wouldn''t recognize the device.
I called their technical support and they''re having me send it back to them for a replacement! It''s not you, but the player! I don''t know if there''s anything that can be done from a consumer standpoint.