I was up for 3 hours with this thing last night. I did everything straight by the instructions. Put the batteries in right, turned the controller on, the light comes on. Plugged the cable into the charger in the helicopter and the light turned green just like it was supposed to. The light went off. Okay. Turned the chopper on, the blinking blue light comes on. Tried the remote, nothing. The chopper just sits there. Tried different sets of batteries, changed the band back and forth about 100 times, still nothing. What am I not doing?
1 - Remove the helicopter from the charger. (keep the remote control off); 2 - Turn on your helicopter and let it discharge completly (until the led light it's off). - This will restart the server memory from the helicopter); 3 - Turn off the helicopter switch and charge it; 4 - Turn on the helicopter and after that turno on the remote control on the correct channel; 5 - Enjoy it!!!
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1. Did you pay the bill? Check with them, maybe your service got cut off.
2. If it isn't #1, Take the SIM card out and put it back again, maybe the SIM card is faulty.
3. If possible, go to settings, mobile network, and choose to search for your wireless carrier, once it pop up, tap it to register.
4. You also must make sure your APN is in order. And have the correct APN check for Straight Talk.
Although I usually offer advice on backing up files or recovering them, I have been asked a lot lately how my 3 year old laptop still runs 1:45mins on a standard battery when many peoples 1-2 year old laptops can barely last an hour.
Simply put, most people do one of two things wrong. Both are common misconceptions and easy to remedy. First I've heard countless people tell me they pop the battery out of their laptop and toss it in the desk drawer until needed, often months. Second I have been told by more people than I can count that they leave their laptop plugged in 24/7 for most of the year.
Bottom line, although popping it out and leaving it in the drawer is less harmful to it's lifespan, both ideas are wrong.
The shelf life of most unused lithium batteries is shorter when unused than ones being used properly. The lifespan of a battery that is constantly being trickle charged is even shorter.
Most batteries in modern laptops are 4-6 cells, designed to give about 2 hours of charge and should last 3-5 years with charge life starting to degrade in the third year.
A "stored battery" has only 3 years of shelf life due to extended times sitting discharged and one that is trickle charged 24/7 may burn out in as little as a year.
Many laptop manufacturers have taken measures to improve this but ultimately the best thing for your battery is to use it. If you currently run you laptop plugged in 24/7, unplug it every night after you shut it off, then when you start it in the morning, let it run an hour before plugging it back in. This will give the battery both down time and exercise.
If your battery is in a drawer somewhere for safe keeping, put it back in the laptop, run it down then charge it over night and run it down then recharge it one more time. Store it back in the drawer charged and repeat the cycle at least once a month.
These tips will help drastically improve you batteries performance over time. My 3 year old laptop only ever got 2 hours of battery life and still gets 1:45 with no power saving measures, give it a try.
Running so few miles has accelerated the aging of the battery - the battery never had a chance to fully recharge in such small trips - so now you have to replace it a year sooner than usual.
Just replace it.
Hello there, the Nintendo DS Lite has four levels of brightness. The battery will last 15-19 hours on the lowest settings, and 5-8 hours on the brightest.This can also vary depending on the type of game activity." So the DS should last the whole time in even on the highest brightness settings, if fully charged. Nintendo states that it takes 3 hours to fully charge the DS.
hope this helped, also this site will also help you to get your ds battery to last for longer
sandisk recommends 3+ hours for the initial charge and then about 1.5 - 2 hours for after the battery is drained.
More information is needed to diagnose this problem.
but here is some info.
After 45 minutes on the phone with sandisk to get them to send a new battery, they ran me through these troubleshooting steps, hope they help. do one at a time and see if you get a result
take out battery
hold power button for 30 count
put battery back in
turn device on.
Go to website, download firmware update
This was the URL at the time of writing this
or try http://sandisk.com/Retail/DriverDownloads.aspx
Install according to instructions.
let the device reboot.
turn hold switch on, orange should be visible
hold pause/play button and press power.
click forward button when the screen comes up.
let this run.
after reboot flip the hold switch off.
then they put me on hold for 10 minutes...