About a month ago I sincronized some mp3 files to my device(yp-t7jx). Well, after i dsconnected the data cable the mp3 player normally turned off... but when i tried to turn it on it said : "Formatting" - twice . After that it showed a blue screen and it turned off again and doesn't start at all. I searched for a solution, but i found nothing... :(
Is it anything I can do by myself or is it necessary to seek professional help?
Well try to charce it from a motorola cell phone adaptor. not from pc usb port. it has the same plug and is more powerfull. also try get a firmware for the device and then i will guide you how to reprogramm the device. At the moment it must be tottaly BLANK.
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There are cheaper ones from reasonable sellers,but the couple I looked at ship only to USA/Canada' It has a good picture picture of what you are looking for. It is a USBa to mini USB, used to connect many MP3 players and small external hard drives
You should be able to find one at any electronics store and yes, you should be asking for a data cable.
I Sending images 2 Select the image(s) to send to the player. 3 Select [File] → [Export images to device] at the top of the Multimedia Studio menu. 4 Select the device connected to PC from the [Select device] screen, and then press the [OK] button. 1 Connect the player to PC.
Note: files downloaded without using Multimedia Studio
can not be viewed.
your software may be setup for only one device and will only find the latest one. However, when you plug in the 512 model windows should still notify you that something has been attached to the usb port. If the device plays ok the batteries are probably ok and if so it's probably the connector or the cable unless you're using the same cable with both units. If the unit doesn't play it might be the batteries but even then windows should notify you when you connect the device if it's making a connection because the battery charger should start drawing current through the usb cable and windows should sense this. Mine stopped working when my grandson removed the cable while updating the firmware. Had to send it in to get the firmware rebooted