Question about Coby MPC-848 MP3 Player
My system is saying no files, but when I connect it to my computer its full nor will it let me delete them. This is the third time this has happened and I returned the others to the store where I purchased them. I cant keep running back and forth. Please help
When I first connected my Coby, all my existing music files (3GB) synched onto the device automatically. I didn't want most of them on there, but couldn't see them in Windows Explorer or Windows Media Player. I finally had to us a paper clip to reset the device, then they became visible in Explorer and I deleted them.
But then I lost the ability to drag playlists into the device while in Windows Media Player. The files synch over but not the playlist. So my only way to create a playlist right now is to go into Windows Explorer (with the device connected), browse to the Music folder, then down to Playlists, and create a new folder there. Then I can copy files into the folder and access them on the device from the Music Explorer section. Kind of cumbersome but at least I can organize songs on the device.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
Don't buy Coby products because they don't work and the tech support sucks
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
IT IS NOT DO IT
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
Format the MP3 player. The owners manual should tell you how.
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