How to Install Coby Media Manager

by Kefa Olang

Coby Media Manager is a cross-platform application for Windows and Mac OSX operating systems. It allows you to create and organize playlists, and transfer songs, videos and photos to and from your Coby video MP3 player. Media Manager allows you to locate different kinds of media files on your computer and organize them in categories depending on how you want to upload content to your media player. You can install the program quickly.

Windows Users

Connect your Coby MP3 player to your computer using your USB cable. The AutoPlay window launches and asks what you want Windows to do.

Click "Coby Media Manager" in the AutoPlay window. Click "OK" to launch the setup wizard. If you don't see "Coby Media Manager" in the window, click "Open folder to view files." A new folder launches. Double-click "coby-cometlite" in the folder to launch the setup wizard.

Follow the guided prompts to complete the installation. For example, when prompted, read and accept the agreement, and then select the location or folder to save the program to.

Click "Finish" when you see the install confirmation message.

Mac Users

Connect your Coby MP3 player to your computer using your USB cable.

Launch a new "Finder" window. Locate your player's removal disk in the left pane under "Devices" and click it.

Double-click the "MAC OSX coby Media Player" folder. Double-click "coby-mediamanager-2009b0602.dmg" to launch the setup wizard.

Click "Agree" after reading the license agreement. When prompted, select the location to install the file to. Enter your Mac OSX administrator password. The setup wizard installs Coby Media Manager.

Click "Finish" when you see the install confirmation message.

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About the Author

Kefa Olang has been writing articles online since April 2009. He has been published in the "Celebration of Young Poets" and has an associate degree in communication and media arts from Dutchess Community College, and a bachelor's degree in broadcasting and mass communication from the State University of New York, Oswego.