I have a Coby MP200 and i am having problems going back to the beginning of my play list, or navigating back to recently played tracks. Is there any way to start at the beginning of my music list every time i turn it on? or just how to skip multiple songs at once?
No, actually, you can't. it leaves off on the song you finished listening to after you turned it off. i know it's irritating, but you just get to listen to your songs in the order that you put them in.
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For the MP200 you can download and install Coby Media Manager.
Open the internet page and enter cobyusa.com in the address bar.
Next select Support in the page top.
In the support page, under Knowledge Base, select Coby Media Manager fix for MP822: this is the download page for the complete program.
Scroll down to see the download link for Mac OS X 10.4 or later and follow the steps for how to install.
When you've installed Coby Media Manager, you'll be able to setup your player, the MP200:
In Coby Media Manager select Tools > Device Manager...
Select MP200 from the Devices List ; Add>> ; OK for having this player setup as your Favorite.
Use the Help function (F1) for how to use the manager.
While playing a song, press the Quick Options Menu button (small circle), you will see an option for "REPEAT", choose from:
No Repeat Play tracks in normal order and
One Play the current track repeatedly.
All Play all tracks repeatedly.
RandomAll Play all tracks in random order.
Dir Normal Repeat all tracks in the current
Dir Rep Repeat all tracks in all folders.
Dir Random Play folders in random order.
While it may be something you're well aware of, did you navigate to the folder on the Coby where the songs reside? Is it possible you loaded the mp3s in a directory that is not the default and so the player doesn't see any music. Another possibility is the copyright protection won't allow the player to play the songs. The license may reside on your computer but is not on the mp3 player. Last two thoughts (as stupid as they sound) are is volume up? Is earphones securely plugged in? Have you tried the earphones on another unit to make sure they work? Coby Tech Support at 800-727-3592 6AM-11PM EST