Good morning a got a problem of my mp3 player foxda brqnd with the model of fm-6602 mp3 player. i reformat the player after that there is a error will appear from the screen the error is "reformat media" please help me to solve my problem so that i can use back my mp3 player please... im waiting your reply... good bless you always
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Re: FOXDA FM-6602 MP3 Player
The Player was damaged and requested you to reformat the drive "media". Now you've reformatted it with a different FileSystem.
You have to format it using the "Command Prompt"..
Click Start, then select "Run..."
Then Type "cmd"
you'll get a black screen, and a prompt line.
Type format X: /fs:fat
note: (X:) is the drive letter for your mp3 player's media.
Now agree by typing Y.
If you got errors, that mostly means that your media went bad & not worth the repair.
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If you radio has an Aux input then you can connect a audio cable from your MP3 player to the Aux input on your radio. If your radio does not have an Aux input the you can use a FM transmitter device. Connect the MP3 player to the FM transmitter and tune your FM radio to the radio frequency on this FM adapter to listen to your audio book on your MP3 player. Check out these WEB sites fro FM transmitters. http://dx.com/c/car-accessories-799/car-audio-systems-707/fm-transmitters-players-710
Most MP3 players don't actually broadcast FM. Sorry, but you didn't bother to specify make and model of your MP3 player, so I can't be any more specific than that.
Having said that, however, there are a number of products available which will plug into the earphone jack of your MP3 player and broadcast FM from that, so you can tune your car radio to pick that up. They usually have a (small) number of frequencies you can choose, then you simply tune your car radio to match.
Do you still have the CDs that came with that disk ? Well, you had the best mp3 player, hard to find, the YH-925 with a FM. Wow that's great. You need to find a program like Eraser, and format completely your hard disk. On the back of yor player says your model number and year, based on this you can find your previous firmware in case you didn't make a backup. Good Luck !