Question about Insignia Pilot MP3 Player
The problem is that when i hook it up to my computer or usb/ac adapter to charge it after the battery completely runs out,like 10 minutes sfter i hook it up it shows the battery is fully charged,but it's not because when i unplug it ,it shows just one bar has been charged,so i hook it up again and it does the same thing ,anyway i have to repeat this process like 10 ot 15 times until the battery is fully charged,and even then when i turn it on,it'll shut off on me,every now and then,some times very offen sometimes not so offen ,but still it'll do it,that's become annoying,i've thought about replecing the battery,but i don't know if that'll solve the problem,i also think it might be a software issue,i also resetted the memory or formated and restored all of the options to default,has onyone had the same problem or similar and how did you fix it?
Taking the Battery Off the Insignia Pilot 8GBhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29ULLzZqHLI&feature=related
You may need a new battery.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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