RCA Lyra RD1021 mp3 player stuck on one song and no sound comes out
I have an RCA Lyra RD1021 mp3 player. I took my scandisk SD card out and accidentally tried to use the player. It could not find the songs, but the screen looked as if it was playing a song with the time running. No sound would come out, and you could not go to another song. I turned it off and put the SD card back in, and the player still acts the same: playing one song with no sound and can't skip to another song. The card is fine. If I plug the player into my computer I can play all the songs off of it fine. Any ideas? Thanks!
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You want an SD card. Bought the same size and shape as a postage stamp with one corner cut off. Get this though; they make an SD-HC card now the exact size and shape. You can't use it. Must say "SD" only. You should be able to get 2GB for about $8 -$10.
Well, if You have a Windows Computer with Windows Media Player 10....then all You have to do is synchronize it with your Media Player....If you don't have atleast Windows Media Player 10....then jus simply upgrade your Media Player.....If You have an Apple Computer....Wait for the MP3 to pop up on your desktop...and simply drag your files from itunes to your MP3 player file....
connect it to PC and then open Windows Explorer and search for the drive letter that Windows automatically assigned to be your Lyra player. Click on that and look for any folders. Open the song folder (if exists) and then mouse drag your pc song files into this folder. Disconnect USB cable and your songs should be on the LYRA.
Try updating the firmware, you can download it from the RCA Website (http://support.rcaaudiovideo.com/).
If your computer doesn't recognize the player, you'll have to turn it
off, remove the battery and keep "PLAY" pressed for 10 seconds while connecting it to the
USB port, then update the firmware.
I had the same problem, and that is what RCA answer me:
Due to a unique FAT12/16 cluster size requirement, the supplied format utility that comes with the RD1021/RD1071/RD1075 MUST BE used on all SD/MMC cards before they will work in the RD1021/RD1071/RD1075. Once formatted, these cards will still be FAT compatible and should still work with other devices, i.e. RD1080. The format utility can be found under "Programs", "Lyra Personal Audio Player", "RD1021,RD1071,RD1075", "Format Media" once your software has been correctly installed from the included RCA CD-ROM.