Question about Philips GOGEAR SA6045 MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: loading dvds on to Go Gear 4 GB
Simple language - the mp3 player came with a CD - it has a program on it that converts video called Philips Media Converter - unfortunately, it will not convert a whole DVD - it can only convert 15 minute or less, You-Tube type videos
If you didn't insist on simple language, I would tell you how to break your DVD into 15 minute chunks so you could put it on the Philips, but you are probably too simple to figure it out
-Tha (Mean Grinch) Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Support for the GoGear SA3245/37 (updates, FAQs, manuals, software and drivers ), on next site:
For an overview of supported video formats, select:
on the left
1. Troubleshoot your player
in the middle
2. File format
3. Which file format does the player support ?
4. See the list of supported video formats.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
When your GoGear is stuck on the Philips logo, a repair can be made using the Philips Device Manager.
When not having installed this "toolbox" on your computer yet, go to the support site for this player:
Download the Device/Firmware manager and run the toolbox.
When needing more help, just add a comment in this thread.
Posted on Feb 16, 2010
fabricant says no but... yes. it is possible, but it is a hard task... to use philips gogear on a mac, switch your data connection on options to msc. after that, you can plug as a usb driver. if you want to sync it with itunes, you need to use a program called itunemywalkman, at this program, you will configure paths for pictures, videos, musics e etc, then sync.
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
First try to remember if the water touched your mp3 player lately . If you suspect water damage , then try this solution here . If you don't suspect water damage then try to replace the battery . If that didn't help , then try to update the software of your mp3 player . If that also didn't help , then It must be hardware failure . For hardware failure you need to take your player to the service .
good luck .
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Posted on Mar 31, 2010
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