I seem to have a problem with my sound key. It will turn down the volume (heck, it's stuck at zero), but it won't go up. I've been using this player for about 6 months or so, and about 3 months ago it started having sound problems. Sometimes it took a light brush or even a gentle jostle to turn the volume down partially or often all the way, and other days it was a wrestle to turn it down. Now it's broken on the side that turns the volume up too, and I can't change the sound no matter how hard I try. It seems my key sunk into the player!
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check online for a reset. Should be a combination of your buttons, and volume all that jazz. If you can remove the battery do that and wait 5 mins. Plug back in. If you cannot remove battery then fix the factory reset (again look at their website or on this one) 95% of devices have this type of reset. if that does not fix it then its broke. good luck
In the playing music mode, press the center button one time and then hit either the button to the right to raise the volume or the button to the left to lower the volume.If you hold down the center button it gives you other options.
Hold down the middle button (home button), the power button, and the volume DOWN button (make SURE that it's not the up one. It won't do anything, but it won't fix your iPod. Only the Down button will.).
Hold all of these down until the Apple sign shows up. Once the Apple sign shows up, it SHOULD work. I hope this helps!
By "stuck on android", the entire operating system is android. It is the Google Android operating system.
If the device cannot load up then it may need a factory reset. I am assuming like most android devices it has volume keys. If this is the case, turn the device off. Then, hold down the Volume DOWN button and keep holding it. Then turn the device on (still holding volume down). This will bring you to the recovery screen. From these selection, you can select using volume up and volume down. On that menu or one of the sub menus should be the option to do a data reset (factory reset etc). Select this option.
This will restore the device back to factory settings
WARNING: Doing the following will remove ALL data from the device, and MAY potentially stop the device from working. However, seeing as its not working at the moment anyway, you don't have an awful lot to lose!
Knowledge: HTC Desire owner (rooted) : Restored 10+ times with no errors
1. go down to settings
2. remote control
3. find your tv brand (mines in ect(more brands))
4. point at tv (when on)
5. Scroll down list of numbers (#00; #01; ect)
6.go down to the bottom and if your tv dosn't turn off your tv isnt supported.
7. If it is supported click on the number your tv was
8. go back to the main menu
9. put it on hold (switch on side)
10. your done!
up - channel up
down - channel down
left - volume down
right - volume up
power - off/on
smart key - mute
vol up - volume up
vol dwn - volume down
Zen V is dead "If your Zen V is dead, wont respond to anything, try this, plug it in to the computer, hold the power switch in the on position, THEN trigger the reset button, worked like a charm for mine, I had thought it a lost cause."