Craig manufactures a line of budget MP3 players. One model is a 4GB MP4 player that can hold hundreds of songs and comes equipped with a touch-screen LCD. If you have been having problems with your Craig 4GB MP4 player, it might be a good idea to perform some steps in order to troubleshoot it. The good news is that this can be completed in just a...
M/F Slide the "Power" switch at the top of the unit to the "On" position.
M/F Press and hold the "Play/Pause" button until the LED screen lights up. If the unit still won't power on, connect the charger cable and charge the battery. If you have problems transferring songs, proceed to Step 3.
M/F Plug one end of the included data cable into the port on the bottom of the player. Plug the other end into an available USB port on your computer.
M/F Open your media player, and use the mouse to drag and drop media files to the Craig player icon. The player supports MP3, MP4, WMA, AMV, JPEG and WAV files. If you can't play certain files, they are likely in a format the player doesn't support. If the sound quality is bad, proceed to Step 5.
M/F Make sure the headphones are securely plugged in to the port at the bottom of the unit. Try using different headphones to see if the sound quality improves. If it does, the original headphones are likely damaged or broken.