Question about Samsung YP-T8 Digital Media Player
Well one day I slipped in the mud with my mp3 and it was still working.Then about 2 weeks later after a long night of charging it said "fully charged" so I disconnected it and put it in my purse. About five minutes later I took it out and it wouldn't turn on. i have tried everything. i have tried charging it but it won't evern turn on.I even tried plugging it in to my computer. Please help me !!!!!! thank you :)
Firstly, "re-set" the T8 (ie for 3 secs to re-initialise the built-in firmware - refer to your manual, or download manual off Samsung website). This procedure will overide everything. If this gets it goin, then download the latest firmware update from Samsung website (download centre/mp3) and save newest firmware onto your T8 - your manual should explain how to do this. Always update your T8 with latest firmware when available (appropriate with your Windows OS), to eliminate any bugs in the firmware. Failing this, then a replacement battery is the next step. If still under warranty (ie less than 12mnths old), then have an approved Samsung service agent look at it Free of charge. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 01, 2007
Hey, shilly, first of all, thanks for trying to help me with my problem of my mp3 player being stuck on hold. I was so frustrated after no solution to my problem that I took a samuri sword and cracked it in half. First of all, if when you plug it into your PC, and it works, you might need to charge it again. I think that you slipping into the mud had WWW.SLASHMYSEARCH.COM nothing to do with it. The battery probably overheated and stopped working. You can try to fix it, or for a cheaper price you can buy the YP-T9, the newest 2 gig model. I hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 15, 2007
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