Can someone kickstart me into solving this problem !
I have bought an MP3 player with somewhat gobbledigook instructions. I have tried to dowenload music from my computer/internet onto it but although the records on the PC play all the way through, on the MP3 each song only lasts about 10 seconds with illegible hieroglyphics running beneath... can anyone enlighten me, please
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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format. You
need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto your computer or
download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3 player
using the supplied USB cable when you connect the MP3 player to the
Click on the link that says "TH1101 (1GB) Mp3 Player" - it will bring up the page for your model. The page is divided into "solved" and unsolved problems. Search the questions in the "solved" section first to see if someone else has already asked the same question.
You can also enter RCA TH1101 in the search bar on the main Fixya page, and then follow the instructions noted above.
Your user manual and good troubleshooting information is also available from RCA's website.
go to memorexelectronics.com and then to support. You need to upload the current firmware for model MMP8565.. I downloaded the firmware program and followed the instructions, it fixed all the problems I was having with the mp3 player. Make sure you follow the instructions carefully, it may get a little tricky if you are not somewhat computer literate.
When a Gogear or or other mp3 player gets low on battery life they begin to act up. What has happen is you battery life has been depleted. Even after charging the battery, it will not be able to act normal. I have had this happen too. The only thing you can do is call Phillips to see if there is some kind of warrenty still left or you can have them fix it or try to fix it yourself. The batter is somewhat expensive, $40. I ended up just selling it on eBay explaining the battery problem and someone bought it. Then I used that money and bought a functional one for only a little more. It really is the best way to do it unless you have an extra battery around and know how to fix it. Unlike the iPod, there are not a million knock off batteries out there for the Goegear so you are basically stuck with the options I gave you, sorry.