Question about Sony Bean MP3 Player
I think the play button is broken on my bean. It switches from play to stop every few seconds if its not on hold. And if the hold is on the player won't shut off and the power drains. Also the menu doesn't work properly, I can't select anything, it just jumps around, although I think this ma be a result of the play button issue. Please help!!
I have the same problem. So I pulled off the Play button and there's a small little stick there and I just tried to pull it out and it kind of helped.
Posted on Jun 30, 2007
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Nov 09, 2014 | Apple iPod nano
IPods are noted for their ease and portability, which is what makes them such a popular item. No matter how wonderful an electronic item is, there may come a time when it needs to be reset, and a 4th generation iPod is no exception.
There are situations when an iPod may freeze up such as when it is disconnected from the computer without being properly ejected in iTunes first.
A reset is not as extensive as a restore, so you will not lose any data that is already on the device.
Resetting the iPod is a very simple process that takes only seconds to complete.
Make sure the "Hold" switch is in the off position.
The "Hold" switch is on the top left of your iPod casing.
Move the "Hold" switch to "On" and then immediately back to "Off."
Press and hold the round button in the center of the click wheel and at the same time press and hold the "Play" button.
Hold both buttons down for 6 to 10 seconds or until the "Apple" logo appears on the screen.
Stop holding the center button and the "Play" button. Your iPod Nano 4th generation has now been reset.
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