I fully recharged my mp3 player a few days ago to bring to school, but when I brought it to school, it could not turn on. I've resetted it by pressing the very tiny button at the back, but it still does not turn on. Does anyone know what the problem is? Is the battery dead?
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If its new and your having this problem DO NOT hesitate to take it back. However most new gadgets when charging for the first time may require a bit more charging time than stated in the manuals. If the problem persists take it back.
-Push the safety lock switch to the left so the orange color isn't showing on top.
-Fully recharge the battery and hold the play button for a few seconds to see if the thing will turn on.
-Take this thing back to the store and exchange it out if your under 30 days warranty
-Take this thing back to the Apple store if your under 1 year warranty.
The player's battery is recharged while the player is connected to a running computer. It takes about 4 hours to fully recharge.
While the player is connected to the computer, do not turn on, restart, wake up from sleep mode or shut down the computer. Doing so may cause the player to malfunction. Disconnect the player from the computer before performing any of the above functions to the computer.
it appears you,ve overloaded it with 1 song too many.
connect to a PC With USB Lead ( If Applicable )
open device usually F:/G:/H:/ open music folder, delete 2-3 songs and reboot.
if this fails, try a reformat on the unit.
check instruction manual prior to all suggestions.
Mike @ compurepair.
the only possibility i see is to replace the battery in the casing, just take out the 4 screws in the back and pop the batery out, then replace it with a new one. after a while the battery will diminish and need replacing, so that might be now for you...
It is just like that because it isn't done recharging. After a while it will turn back to what it's real power level is. You should let your MP3 player recharge for over an hour at least to have it fully recharged.