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The charging mini usb plug has broken ... what can i do ??

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How to always plug the mini-USB charging cord in the correct way.


I see several people having problems with their charger cord not plugging into the device so it charges or not staying plugged in because it comes right back out etc. I have found a way to make sure I don't damage those somewhat delicate and very small, mini-USB charging ports which are usually not repairable or replaceable.

I *borrowed* my wife's red fingernail polish and then I plugged in the charging cord on all of my seven or eight different devices and wall chargers which I have all labeled so I use the right one - I use masking tape and simply write the device name on the tape with a pen.

But, back to the red nail polish - I put a splotch of red nail polish so I can see it from the front of the device when it's plugged in correctly. This way the next time I plug it in to charge it, I'm not taking a chance of trying to plug it in backwards which can surely damage the female, mini-USB port, metal catch tabs and electrical pins.

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Tablet wont charge


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What does the cord look like that I reload my maps with, and can I charge my garmin on my computer?


The lead you use to connect your satnav to your computer for map updates etc is a mini USB lead. It has a USB plug at one end, to plug into your computer's USB port, and a mini USB plug at the other which plugs into the power connection on the back of your satnav. You can see a picture of the 2 plugs at http://www.google.ie/imgres?imgurl=http://img.diytrade.com/cdimg/569976/3881242/0/1183083272/USB_A_Plug_To_Mini_USB_8pin_Cable.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.diytrade.com/china/4/products/3052337/USB_A_Plug_To_Mini_USB_8pin_Cable.html&h=485&w=600&sz=65&tbnid=T8gEg2hWA2whcM:&tbnh=109&tbnw=135&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dmini%2BUSB%2Blead%26tbm%3Disch%26tbo%3Du&zoom=1&q=mini+USB+lead&hl=en&usg=___nuT0o9B3Q-xMFQyUD-FLJTh-iw=&sa=X&ei=hL-pTYroGYaAhQfAhr3dCQ&ved=0CD4Q9QEwAw

You can charge the satnav with your computer by leaving it plugged in for approximately 8 hours. It would take 4 hours to charge if connected to your car or mains charger.

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Hi our controllers wont charge on our playstation 3 console can you help


Are you charging it correctly? To charge the controller, you use the PS3 charge cable that should have come with the controller (it's a USB A to mini B cable). Plug the USB A end into any port on the PS3 console and plug the mini-USB B side into the PS3 controller. The controller will only charge if the console is on.

Are the USB slots on the PS3 busted? Try a different slot on the PS3 console, or try a known working controller/cable combination on the slot in question. Alternatively, you can use something that has a USB port on it to charge your controller (for example, a laptop or PC). Again you must make sure the device that is charging the controller is on.

If the problem was the PS3, you can send it in for repair (if under warranty, it's free; otherwise it's 150$ so it might be better to just deal with the broken USB port).

Maybe the cable is broken? Try another cable, if possible, with a USB slot and controller you know is working. If it is the cable you can get replacements for really cheap.

If you can confirm that it's none of the above, the problem is probably with the controller. The first thing you should try is resetting the controller. There's a small button on the back of the controller, near the L2 button. You'll need a paper clip, but just press that. Then try to use it/recharge it again.

If it still won't charge it's possible the controller is dead (as in the battery will no longer hold a charge). The best way to confirm this is to try and use your controller while it's plugged in (as if to charge it); if it works while plugged in, but stops when you unplug it then the battery has died. You can replace the battery yourself (there are instructions in the PS3 manual), or send in the controller to Sony for a replacement (assuming it's a first-party controller aka made by Sony). If you're under warranty it's free (first party peripherals are covered), otherwise they may still take it for a fee but I'm not sure.

Hope you're able to fix the problem!

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I have good news for you, the player charges from the USB port, and it's a very common standard. If you have the USB cable to download music/video from your computer, then you can also use the same cable to charge the player (from your computer). Also, the connector is called a "mini-B". If you go to your local electronics store, you can ask for a charger for a 'mini-B' USB device, and they'll probably have one. Look at some of the 'universal' chargers available, and compare with the mini-B plug on the end of your cable; it will probably have one just like that. If you can find a charger that has a plug that shape... it's going to work. The manufacturers have got together to reduce the proliferation of different charging devices, and are standardising on USB connectors wherever they can.

If you want to buy one online, search for "mini-B charger" and you should be good.

Oh, here's another thought; do you have a power converter for your car? Does it have a USB socket on it? That's for charging USB devices like yours - you can use your regular USB cable to charge your player!

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When switched on it goes into loading maps then switches off. Also if I put it onto charge it shows up what appears to be a computer and lead then sticks. ac


The icon that you are seeing means its in data mode, not charge mode, so your unit is never having the chance to charge because there are broken leads on the mini-usb jack on the back. You unit powers up, then goes off because the battery isnt charged.

The mini-usb connector needs repaired.

http://www.sharc.net/gps_charger_repair.htm

- Jim

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Install Motorola Phone tools first,it contains all drivers for all Motorola phones,plug the cable and charge

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My Dell MP3 Player Won't Charge


I had the same problem for weeks. Very frustrating. Try the following as it brought my pocket dj back to life. I found that (while plugged into an AC adapter) by inserting a paper clip in the hole on the bottom (reset button) and holding it there for 5 secs it would power cycle the dj then the charging icon would appear in the top left corner, however it did go away after 5 icon flashes. I did this repeatedly. I noticed that every time I pwr cycled it , I got more icon flashes and it would charge for a bit longer. Finally it charged completely. Weird but this is what worked for my player.

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