Innovage MP3 Video Player with Color LCD Screen

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Cvscam wrote:
I just got one of those players also they are a bit tricky to set up. When you attach it to your computer it should show up as a Removable disk drive. I then copied about 30 mp3 files to the new removable disk drive that showed up. I then converted the second season of Lost from .avi to .amv using the following settings:
128x128 size
High frame rate
High Image quality
Mode 1 Image focus(not sure about this setting)
each show converted to about 75megs.

how do i do that? i’ve downloaded musi video’s of limewire , it says under removable disk e thar it’s on there but when i go to play it it’s not in the amv. i think it needs to be converted, if you have an answer please email me @ thank you reply

03-08-2008 07:14 PM

We bought said mp3 player for our son and he immediately downloaded all his favorite songs...then decided to delete one he changed his mind about. All of a sudden the screen says “NO FILES!" So then he plugs into the computer to download the songs all over again and it says “NO MEMORY”...WHAT’S UP WITH THAT????? reply

03-11-2008 05:58 PM

ya i bought an innovage mp3 player but i dont even no hot to turn the volume down can any one help?????? reply

03-12-2008 10:45 AM

ya i have the same prob i dont know how to turn the volume down if some one could send me the awnser my e mail iz id really appriciate it reply

03-12-2008 10:49 AM

I have a Mac. Any ideas on how to get it to upload onto this piece of crap? reply

03-13-2008 06:38 PM

I’m having trouble with finding the shuffle feature .. I got mine without a boolet or anything but the volume is " while the music is playing hit the left direction or the V key. You will notice the vol. in the little red box start flashing. Now use the track forward or track back buttons for up and down. Hit the left direction again when finished."

Anyone know about the shuffle? reply

03-18-2008 10:55 PM

ok i just got 1 of those mp3 players and i already need help with it..... i plug it into the USB and it says its ready, but the computer won’t recognize it.....plz help! reply

03-19-2008 08:14 AM

Hey, my computer didnt want to add songs to mine either, i went into my computer, right clicked on the icon for the player, then clicked on format. It worked for mine, so it might work for somebody else out there reply

04-08-2008 07:45 PM

My problem is a little different than those already covered. I plug the player into my computer and the player connects. The images of the camera and computer come up on the screen...
The computer doesn’t know the MP3 player exists.
Any advice would be appreciated. reply

05-08-2008 12:32 AM
Blue Auros

My friend has one of these players that just died. Found that the battery had no voltage and would not charge (internal short). Removed the battery and hit it with some high voltage to blow the short. The battery then measured approx 3.8V and I reinstalled it. The unit still does nothing, and the computer does not recognize it when plugged in. It appears to have a 24MHz oscillator that is not running. I can see voltage pulses to the oscillator, but it fails to run. I can’t believe that the oscillator and battery would fail at the same time.
Anyway, by disconnecting the battery, did I delete the firmware and/or music?
Are schematics for these available?
Thanks reply

05-15-2008 07:25 AM

I Have A Innovage MP3 Player And For Some Reason It Wont Let Me Put Song On It...I Had Like 128 Songs And It Deleted All But 25...Does Anyone Know Why??? reply

05-27-2008 05:14 PM

Hey, I cant down load videos to mine, what kind of files does it accept?? reply

06-03-2008 08:00 PM

why can’t i charge the dang thing its plugged in but won’t charge... WHY NOT??????? reply

07-15-2008 07:52 PM

My mp3 will not let me download any music onto it..i have tried there any way that i can fix also will not let me record anything at says ''error'' and i have no clue whats wrong with it.... reply

08-25-2008 04:37 PM

hi i lest a message here and noione repluied and i mddont know whasta yo do caus eim angry jk reply

08-25-2008 04:39 PM
funnaymonkeyisssillllyyyyyy hi

I Have One But I Don’t Have The Software Disc; Does Anybody Know Where I Could Download The Software From?! reply

08-26-2008 10:10 PM

I have a different problem my innovage player would not charge up unless connected to some power source. To charge it up only thing u need to do is connect it to your pc or outlet right. Or do i need to update my firmware. reply


09-11-2008 09:38 AM

hi i had the same problem with the same mp3 player. you just have to find your music in the my documents area and right click on the song you want and scroll down and click on mp3 it will transfer onto the do mutiple songs instead of one by one you just have to hold the control key wen you go to click a different song. reply

09-20-2008 09:27 PM

look at the dinky manual that comes with. WMA and WMV files will work but there is an option in WMP player where when u rip from cd using the player that it automatically copy protects the music thereby making it harder for this mp3 player to play them. So otherwords next time you rip from cd make sure u turn that option off. Or use windows insted of WMA to get the music off of cd. As for IPOD and many of these buy online stores they will and do have DRM which you shouldnt even be using on your computer let alone anything that hooks up with a USB, or could be used online whether threw computer or threw blutooth/ wireless net accesses. There is a program that comes with the innovage mp3 player. USE IT love it get used to it. Cause as long as you dont have AMV and MP3 formats your gonna need the program to do it. Along with some other file types need the player’s software to convert. If done the way the book says and still doesnt work then other the file is screwed up or do to an invisable DRM. Hope this is enough help. reply

09-28-2008 04:46 PM
good at innovage

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