Question about JNC Computers SSF-8100 (1GB) MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Player skips over some songs
MP3 files are not a totally homogeneous group. You have different bitrates, and different codecs that output MP3s, let alone all the MPCs and the likes. You should check what your player's recommended bitrate is, and try to find what is common with the MP3s it can't play. Maybe you get them from the same source. If you rip a cd, and output it to MP3 files, my bet is that either all or none will work, there is no randomness here. The only other option is that the files got corrupted somehow, and the player can't read them. Good luck
Posted on Jun 21, 2006
SOURCE: deleting songs
this is easily done by hooking the mp3 to a pc then go into my computer look for the removable drive select that and search for the file you want to delete then right click and delete/perhaps you got a usb cord with the mp3 player
Posted on Oct 07, 2007
SOURCE: Not able to recognise my songs
First, this may not be necessary but, go to the control panel, folder options, under the View tab make sure that it is set to show hidden files and folders.
If that didn't work (it probably didn't), try changing the USB setting on your mp3 player. You do this in the settings menu of your player and change whatever USB is set to to the other option. Then see if you can see your songs. That's all I can think of... hope it works.
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
SOURCE: MP3 PLAYER
I’m going to give this to you in Hong Kong English J
http://www.jnc-digital.com/jnchk/eng/sns/faq/ - JNC website will answer all questions
Most of customer who case this matter, when they are still download or upload the data, which once case the system hang. Most of customer, accord to the following steps to format their mp3 player once, which can help them to solve this matter.
If there is no any improvement, please repeat step 1 to 3
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on May 30, 2008
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