I accidentally pushed the volume limit on my mp3 8 gb player, and it's a really low setting, Now I can't listen to it at work(I work in a loud area) and I have a hard time listening to it at home(I'm hearing impaired).
How do I get it unstuck. I'm afraid if I stick a pin in the reset spot, I'll delete all my music and my music is from several different home computers.
Any suggestion will help! Thanks
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Limit the volume
Listening to loud sounds for longer than a moment can be harmful to the listener. You can
set the volume level of the player to suit your preferences:
1 From the main menu, select Settings > Sound settings > Volume limit > Settings.
2 Press Vol- or Vol+ to adjust the level.
3 Press to set.
> When you set a volume limit, you can no longer exceed the set volume, even if you press the
To enable maximum volume again, set the volume limit back to maximum or turn off,
select Settings > Sound settings > Volume limit > Off.
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Turn on Ipod, on the left hand side there is a volume control switch. While you are on a song, hold the top of the volume control switch to increase the volume.
If that does not work then touch "settings", then touch "music" and make sure your "Volume Limit" is set to "Off", if it is not touch "Volume Limit" and set it to "Off".
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plug it into your computer and through itunes on your original computer you will be able to reset it. If it is not the original computer that you are using you will be able to reset it but will probably lose the information on it.
Then go to Settings and then volume limit and change it to your required volume
Your volume limit on your ipod is probably set low. To check it, go all of the way to the ipod's main menu and go to settings. Then go to volume limit and put it where you would like it to be if it is too low. Then go back to your music and play it. Turn the volume up to your liking and it should work and play louder.
i think you cotinously keep on increasing and loweing the volume in you sandick mp3 player take it to the repair electronic shop the rubber below your volume key get dispalced sometime or get stuck due to which it doesnt work. dont worry i hope it can be repaired
Go to the main screen, scroll to settings, scroll to volume limit, scroll it all the way up. Then either hit the play button and enter a 4 digit code to save it, or hit menu to return to the previous screen and it should save on its own.
As far as I know, there is no unlock for the volume. If you go into settings there is a volume limit. If you go to it just scroll up to the maximum and press the center button. That's maximum volume set. Then play a song and scroll the volume all the way up. If you're still not getting any sound then your headphone cable might be broken. Try the iPod on some sort of docking bay that produces sound. If it works on there then you definitely have a faulty headphone/hold cable. If it doesn't work on the docking bay, then you have a faulty logic board.
i had the same problem with my ipod and the volume limit control had been set to playback at low volume...if you have the ability to change settings try this ; when ipod switched on , go down to "settings" and click on this and then select "volume limit" ; click on this and then use the wheel to set the maximum volume you wish to use ( i set it at about 80/100 to ensure no distortion) hopefully this will solve your problem