20 Most Recent Sony Walkman NWZ-B135 MP3 Player - Page 3 Questions & Answers


I am having Sony NWZ B152f it is stucked and displays POWER OFF screen ....Buttons are not worked

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Nov 26, 2011


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Sony Walkman... | Answered on Nov 03, 2011


Hi allison mccl...

If you ever find that you have to deal with a wet device, don't just abandon it.
Instead, try the following method to repair the water damage:
DO NOT TURN IT ON!
Take it apart as much as you can. Take out the battery, the memory card and whatever else can be easily disassembled. (Just make sure you can put it back together.)
Store the parts in an air-tight container covered with either dry rice, silica gel packets or kitty litter. These will absorb the moisture from your electronics device, leaving it water-free.
If no rice, gel packets or kitty litter are available, try using a vacuum to **** the water out.
DO NOT blow-dry the parts, it will only force the water farther in and cause more damage.
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Sony Walkman... | Answered on Sep 27, 2011


its the problem with your headphone jack. check with other headsets otherwise female jack problem in your player

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Sep 13, 2011


Hi,

I'm sorry to know that the Walkman player is not getting charged. I'll be glad to assist you with this. Please perform the following steps:
If the New Hardware Wizard appears and is prompting for a location of the driver, point to the following directory: C:/WINDOWS/INF .
To function properly, your Walkman player must be recognized by your computer as a Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) device. If the portable player was connected to the computer before the Windows Media Player version 10 or later was installed, it will be recognized as a Mass Storage Class (MSC) device and not function properly. In that case, a different procedure is available to correct this issue.
For some models, when you use the portable player for the first time, if you have not used it for a long time, or the battery is depleted, it may take up to 5 minutes for it to be recognized or start charging. On models with a display, the display will remain blank. If it the portable player is not recognized or does not begin to charge after waiting 5 minutes, reset the player by pressing the reset button.
If this is not the first time using your player and it was working properly at one time with no major changes performed (such as restoring the operating system or replacing a hard drive), follow the procedure below:
Connect the portable player to the computer using the supplied USB cable.
Disconnect the USB cable from the portable player and then reconnect.
Check the connection status again.
Disconnect the USB cable from the computer and then reconnect.
Check the connection status again.
Check for available space on the player using Windows Media Player or My Computer .
Restart the computer.
Check the connection status again.
Check that the USB cable is firmly connected to both the computer and the player.
Check the connection status again.
If the player is connected to a USB hub, disconnect it and connect it directly to the computer with a dedicated USB cable.
Check the connection status again.
If the player is still not recognized by the computer, disconnect all devices connected to the computer with a USB connection and restart the computer.
After the computer restarts, connect only the Walkman player and test the connection again.
If the player is still not recognized by the computer, try a different USB port.
Check the connection status again.
Under the Common settings menu of the player, format the player using the built-in Format utility.
Check the connection status again.
Verify the current Operating System. If it is an upgraded operating system, contact the computer manufacturer for updated drivers for their upgraded operating system.
If you are running the Windows XP operating system, be sure you are running Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later.
If you did not have the latest service pack, test the connection status again after it has been installed.
If you are still unable to transfer music to your player and have not yet uninstalled and reinstalled the driver follow the procedure to confirm that the player is recognized by the computer as an MTP device.

Thanks for contacting FixYa.

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Aug 08, 2011


What I did was drain the battery completely then try again. Worked for me.

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Jul 24, 2011


my sony nwz-b142f voulme button is not working. I've try to do but its voulme only decreases not increases..?? what to do..?? please help.!

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Jun 16, 2011


download the firmware from sony suport site and connect the walkman to pc while holding the "volume -" button...that puts the player in recovery mode....upgrade the firmware and you're done

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Jun 09, 2011


You don't need any driver software, if your pc has windows xp sp2 or later and Windows Media Player 11.
If you have problem with your device follow this steps:
1. Connect the player to the computer.
2. From the computer, select start - Control Panel - Performance and Maintenance - System. "System Properties" is displayed.
3. Select Hardware tab, and open Device manager.
4. Open Universal Serial Bus controllers, and select USB Mass Storage Device or WALKMAN NWZ-XXXXX.
5. Select Action - Update Driver ... from the menu bar. "Welcome to the Hardware Update Wizard" is displayed.
6. A dialog on Windows Update connection will be displayed. Select No, not this time., followed by Next.
7. Select Install from a list or specific location [Advanced], followed by Next for the hardware install method.
8. Select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install., followed by Next for the search and install option.
9. Check Show compatible hardware, and then select MTP Device* in the model list, followed by Next. The device driver is installed.
10. "Completing the Hardware Update Wizard" message is displayed, and confirm "MTP Device" message. Click Finish.

Good luck!
gylacz

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Jun 07, 2011


Hi there.... You can try other computer if they can detect the Sony Walkman that you have, if not being detected, have the device physically check.... if being detected by other computer, try updating the driver or software for that Sony device..
Thank For Using Fixya

Sony Walkman... | Answered on Jun 03, 2011


If your PC has windows xp sp2 or later and Windows Media Player 11and f you have problem with your device follow this steps:
1. Connect the player to the computer.
2. From the computer, select start - Control Panel - Performance and Maintenance - System. "System Properties" is displayed.
3. Select Hardware tab, and open Device manager.
4. Open Universal Serial Bus controllers, and select USB Mass Storage Device or WALKMAN NWZ-XXXXX.
5. Select Action - Update Driver ... from the menu bar. "Welcome to the Hardware Update Wizard" is displayed.
6. A dialog on Windows Update connection will be displayed. Select No, not this time., followed by Next.
7. Select Install from a list or specific location [Advanced], followed by Next for the hardware install method.
8. Select Don't search. I will choose the driver to install., followed by Next for the search and install option.
9. Check Show compatible hardware, and then select MTP Device* in the model list, followed by Next. The device driver is installed.
10. "Completing the Hardware Update Wizard" message is displayed, and confirm "MTP Device" message. Click Finish.

This advice can help if your player can work correctly.
Thanks.
gylacz

Sony Walkman... | Answered on May 18, 2011


Hi Chilysg,

Please find the manual on this link http://bit.ly/iJZr6h

Make sure that you save this manual to your computer so that you can use it in the future.

Hope it helps ..:)

Sony Walkman... | Answered on May 12, 2011


Hi Dharmaraj,

It is not required to scan the Player with the Anti Virus Software. If you have the backup of all the songs in the Computer, then I suggest that you reset the Walkman. You can reset the Player using the Reset All Settings option from the Initialize option from the Settings menu of the Player.
Resetting the Player will not delete the songs or files from the Walkman Player.
Once you reset the Player, then you can select the Format option from the same Initialize Menu of the Walkman Player if required. Formatting the Player will delete all the files from the Player and all the values of the settings retured to the default values.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Sony Walkman... | Answered on May 07, 2011


How was it before ?? Was it getting warm or has it suddenly started getting warm. Most portable players get warm. The heat is generated by the battery charging regulator IC. Now as time goes by and your battery gets old they start draining more current and the device gets hot. This will lead to failure. If your Sony is more than 2 years old and the battery does not hold charge like it used to before. Replace the battery.

Sony Walkman... | Answered on May 01, 2011

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