Same unit, same problem. I found that when the internal batt is dead current draw on the USB port is not enough to recharge. I have a USB car adaptor (it is for my kids PSP ) and use it to recharge the batt when it goes completly dead. I keep a eye on the remaining batt life and charge it via the computer USB before it gets to low
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I had the same issue. I bought my 671 mp3 car stereo from jujudeals.com and I was having the same problem. I called them up and they said that I have to go to clock mode. When in 'Clock Mode' you have to press and hold Select (SEL) and at the same time press FF/REV to adjust time. (Fast Forward adjusts hour, Rewind adjusts minute). If your still having problems contact the Naxa Electronics warranty department. Goodluck!
I would first plug the unit into the computer and make sure that the unit is fully charged. After that, check to make sure that there are folders, with content (mp3s, videos or pictures) to make sure that the unit has something to load in the first place. If there are and the files don't exceed the maximum capacity of the unit you are most probably dealing with a defective unit. I bought my naxa mp3 player from jujudeals.com so it comes with a 30 day warranty, however I'm pretty sure that the unit itself comes with a 90 day manufacturers warranty, in which case you would have to contact naxa. Either way, you probably shouldn't worry, just get it replaced.
Naxa's website is useless as far as getting product specs. Most likely, the songs you are trying to add are DRM-encrypted WMA files, and they do not have "transfer rights" on them. The solution is to convert them to Mp3 format using a WMA to Mp3 Converter, or to get the Premium (as in, "more expensive") verison of your online music service subscription - the upgrade that includes transfer rights.
Let me know if it is giving you a more specific error message.
I have found that mine looses it's memory due to a dead battery. I have to connect it to a pc, format the player just like you would format a usb thumb drive. When you power it back on, it will flash the memory and rebuild the play list. Sometimes, it will loose my music, but all I have to do is load them back out to the player. It's kinda a hassel, but I don't care because I change the songs on it on a regular basis anyway.