My BenQ 130 has a knack for doing everything but play mp3s. I'v had it for about 3 months now, and its worked fine....till now. It still plays/records voice and FM stations, but in the mp3 mode, it freezes when I try to press any button including play. Every 10-15 attempts, it will play for a bit, then freeze again.
This is getting kinda frustrating, since its main use is as a mp3 player. I'd be very grateful for any advice regarding what the actual problem is and/or a solution.
ps: I do not use a SD card. I only store around 50-60 songs at a time and all at 128 kbps.
Use the "Benq Joybee 130 Firmware Download" program and chose "Format Data Area" in the "Download Options" panel. You can download the program from here:
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Not exactly. They are the exact same specification apart from the fact that the DB265 is capable of playing MP3s and the DB165 is not MP3 capable.
This only matters if you want the player to be able to play MP3s that you have burned onto disk. The DB165 can only play disks burned in normal CD format. If you put MP3s on the disk only the DB265 can play these back.
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200 mp3s is a big amount of space for a mobile. if you try to play one of the shaded mp3s and it sais it is playing but it doesent actually play, it is becouse of the storage size of youre phone. in which case it is saying that it has those songs but it is just cataloguing them. hope this helps.
Try getting a cd cleaning tool come with a disk with tiny brushes on it and cleaning solution to clean the eye or if you are using burned cds try and see what format you are buring such as mp3s mp4s some cd player only will play a certain formats such as mp3s.
It may depend on the version of Audio Player you are using. Most likely you have enabled intro mode, which will play about 3 seconds of each track. Look for the control icon or menu item for Intro and disable it.
Hmmm, the Zumo doesn't have a harddrive, it's flash memory. The best place to store mp3's is on a fast SD card, and don't get the biggest size and cram it full, I had like 100 mp3's on a card adding up to almost 450 mins of music, started up without a problem. Not as fast but pretty snappy!
If you got the music off of that horrible program lime wire more then likely you just have corrupt MP3s (they are rampent along with viruses on that program).
however if they are legit Mp3s try restoring your ipod in itunes then reloading all the music.
if this still doesn't work try resetting your ipod and then while the apple logo is displayed hold the menu and middle button to get into diagnostic mode. From there pick FlashScan to test the internal memory
if it passes, and the mp3s are fine, it would meen the data is getting corrupted on the transfer of your computer, check for viruses, try and other USB port, or try transferring the songs from another computer