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My battery takes ages to charge threw usb

It used to take 2 or 3 hours to charge,, now it takes dayz, with pc left on,,

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Wal-mart sells a usb charger for under 20.00 us dollars. you plug it into outlet, then connect a usb cable to it and finally your player to the plug. hope this helps.

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I think you have a new device and you wanted to use it at first and the battery wasn't charged.
The player has a built-in lithium-icon rechargeable battery. It is charged via USB connection. You
are required to charge it when you use it for the first time. It takes about 3 hours to fully charge the
battery. Connect the larger end of the USB cable to the USB interface of PC, and connect the
other smaller end of the USB cable to the USB interface of this player. The device is connected to
PC and being charged.
For maximum performance, lithium-ion batteries need to be used often. If you don't use
the device often, be sure to recharge the battery at least once per month.
I hope your item will work fine after the battery is charged.
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Good morning, afternoon, evening or night; whatever time you are viewing this solution post. Thank you for choosing FixYa to solve your problem. So you have connected your Nanomax iPod to the computer and it's not charging like it's supposed to, and you want to know how you should charge it properly? There are two ways you can charge the battery - charging via your Dock Connector to USB Cable, or the Apple USB Power Adapter (which is sold separately). Here are the step by step instructions to charging your and Nanomax.

Using the Dock Connector to USB Cable
  1. Using your Dock Connector to USB Cable, plug the dock connector end to your iPod and plug the USB end to your computer. Make sure the computer you are using has a USB 2.0 port (check your computer's technical specifications to see if it's USB 2.0 certified). Most USB ports on the keyboards of laptops do not provide enough power to perform charging activities. If you have a Docking Station, plug the docking connector into the station and placed the iPod in the station as well.
  2. Make sure your computer is fully awake and not asleep (meaning in sleep mode).
  3. A fully charged battery takes 3 hours to complete. An 80% charged battery takes an hour and 30 minutes. The battery is charging when it shows the charging icon (a battery not fully shaded in green, with a lightning bolt).The battery is done charging when the "fully charged" icon shows (a green-shaded battery with a 2-prong plug showing).
  4. When you are done, disconnect the cable from your computer.
Using the Apple USB Power Adapter
  1. Connect the Alternating Current (AC) Plug Adapter with the power adapter (if connected already, skip this step).
  2. Using your Dock Connector to USB Cable, connect the dock connector end to your iPod and the USB end to the power adapter.
  3. Plug the power adapter into a polarized wall outlet or surge protector outlet.
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What I did, was to connect the FL350 to the USB port, a message popped up saying like "USB device can not be recognized", ignore it, it will keep popping up, but don't mind that. I then left the FL350 in my PC with the PC turned on, and left it over night. Today I could turn the MP3 player on, resulting in that the PC found the device and it began charging. So I will leave it there, and in two hours I will go out running, listening to it :D Hope this works for you.

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If possible, find another USB cable that will fit the connector, as the white USB that comes with the Zen is pretty rubbish and takes forever to charge - I use the mini USB cable that came with my Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 phone and it works a lot better.

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