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All support for Coby is on cobyusa.com: enter cobyusa.com in the address bar of internet explorer.
Next enter MP705 in the Product Search bar and the matching list of support for this player will show up.
When you need Coby Media Manager as software for transfers onto your player:
Select the fix for MP822: it is the link to how to install the full feature Coby Media Manager for several Coby mp3 players.
I-Tunes is very proprietory, the music player is encoded on an AAC codec. The coby player is going to play Mp3 codec. There is only one way to get your music off of the itunes music engine and on to your Windows Media Player, which the coby will recognize. You need to basically make cd's of your music and then reload them onto your Windows Media Player. Unless you loaded the music from your own cd's it will be an arduos task. If you loaded the music into Itunes from your own cd's then you can re-load them into WMP (Windows Media Player). I would suggest before you load the discs that you change the settings in WMP to Mp3 and not the default of WMA this just makes it more universal ... although I do believe all coby players will play WMA. But with Mp3 codec in the WMP you can encode music at a higher kbs than WMA. That is the one thing that is wrong with apple itunes is that it can only be loaded onto Ipod players..... hope this helps
Mine just stopped working cuz i never used mine the whole summer cuzi got an ipod. so i wanted to put the songs of my coby to my ipod. i tried to charge it and it didnt work. so i took the screws out on the bottom and i pushed the reset button. it worked after that. it turned on and everything. try doing that you wont lose anything on your coby.
Ok people the problome is in the head phone jack. It don't make proper conection any more from being twisted and wiggled around all the time. What you can do is take the mp3 apart and put a little pice of paper and fold it upon top of the head phone jack and put it back together. Make sure that the paper is still thick enough to push down on the jack. You might have to get two extra screws of the longer two types. just in case. Any comments e mail me at: email@example.com
If your mp3 player came with a cd be sure you installed whatever was on it onto your computer it may have had drivers for your mp3 player to run properly. Read the instructions you got with to see if you can figure anything out. Make sure you have the latest update of windows media player. If this doesnt work check to make sure that the battery is charged or if you look in the manual that came with it see if you can find a support number.