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My RCA M4204 mp3 player shuts down while playing. The battery display is saying that its full so what should I do ?

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Make sure it is not power saver mode it will shut down my how many mins you have it set for. Also make sure screen saver mode is at max too.

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One plug it to the usb device of your computer
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