I bought a MP3 player for my boyfriend the RCA Lyra 512 MB model S1010. The package wasnt opened when I bought it, but needless to say there isnt any directions with it. I have downloaded the program from it to the computer and we still cant figure out what we are doing wrong. We cant delete any songs and some of the songs are doubling up or replaying the same song under different names......Please help me with any information you can give me on this damm thing.
Suggestion! When you have the RCA Lyra connected to your computer, right click on Start - go to Explore. Then find the RCA device (drive letter). Double click on it. The songs will display. SINGLE - Click on a song that you want to delete. Right click on it. Choose Delete - and it's gone. (I have just removed some of my songs the other day!) Good luck!
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The only website that will have the Vista compatible software is the RCA website - I know the Pearl and other models are Vista-compat now, but I'm not 100% sure about the Lyra. Enter your model # into the RCA support site to find out.
I reset the unit by sticking a paperclip into the reset opening. Now, I can't get the computer to interact with the mp3 player. Mp3 player is showing "USB transferring..." but nothing is getting to the computer.
I bought a 2gigabyte sd card and put music to it and got the same problem turned out the my lyra only can go up to 1gig sd card my rca kazoo only would go to 512 and get the same problem so check to see what your player can go up to
I think your problem is that you have songs that are not MP3 or WMA format on the RCA Lyra S1010. They are probably mpeg4 (like iTunes. I know because I had done the same thing!) Make sure that you check the format before you put them on the device!