Hi..i have mp3 player..samsung ..i have it had for 2 years..it was doing great then all of a sudden ..the battery will never be cahrged,i charge it for 3 hours..get the message that charge is completed..after i unplug adaptor..i look at the battery it is only 80% charged..also it goes dead after few minutes even thnough i have not used the charged battery..can u help please?
By experience I know that problem...some might suggest you to change the charge wire?I don't thing it would help. try to reset your mp3 player or you might have to dissamble for 10 mins then close it back...
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Hi, Take the battery to your nearest recycle center. They will dispose of it in a clean way.
Battery: When you charge the battery make sure it is completely drained. It's the way the battery is made (Ni cad)
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.
Some batteries never recover from an over discharge condition. When you connect it for charging it will show recharging indication but won't soak up any charge. Only way out is to replace the battery especially if its more than 2 year old when you over discharged it.Over discharging is when your battery voltage drops below 30% of its full voltage.
Plug it in and charge it for 3 hours, if it does not say fully charged or dies quickly after this, then the battery is no good.
You could try this, turn on till dead, wrap in newspaper, place in zip lock bag, place in freezer for 2 days, take out let sit for one day in a warm area, charge for three hours and see if it holds the charge.
You tries to replace the batteries or its charge vis USB? its happening to a lot players, i had to buy 3 playes because the copy song in the player is not good, today i have 2gb Sanse clip, very god plater, and he reads hebrew too!
I have the same problem. I loved this player... worked great, i used it all the time and only had to charge it every 2 weeks.. then suddenly out of the blue it won't hold a charge at all. Anyone found a way to buy a new battery??
DON'T DO IT! I was SO EXCITED to find this post 2 days after it went up. It addressed exactly the problem I'd been having with my YH-920 (getting maybe 30-40 minutes off a charge). I ordered from the suggested supplier (not cheap at today's exchange rate) and eagerly tore into the project Thanksgiving night. Disassembling the player is as easy as advertised, but the replacement battery simply DOES NOT FIT the machine. Batteryupgrade.com advertises it as a replacement for the YH-920, and the package is stickered with the same information, but it's between 1/16th and 1/8th inch too long for the battery bay. Trying to make it work destroyed my MP3 player ("device can't initialize HDD," a message I still get after reinstalling the original battery). Now I'm trying to get a refund. Wish me luck.