Hello dear, I have tomtom910 i didn't use last few months i put it home charger&connected to computer it has been charge over night now i try to switch it off but it doesnt power go off .it still has power on.can you help me please.
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Yes, I can help you. Just turn it over and look inside where it plugs in. Next to the little gold tips you will see a VERY tiny hole. You have to stick something like a paper clip in that hole & push. This will do a soft reset. You will not lose any information, it will just soft reset. Sometimes you have to do this is you forget to turn it off before disconnecting from PC ect. Good luck. If this helps you plz rate it. Thank you kindly.
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I would strongly suggest to bring it to the nearest apple store, but try these combinations as well.
1. Make sure your iPhone is connected to its charger for about 20 minutes, see if there's any reaction. The battery may be causing the problem. 2. If that's not the case, keep the phone connected to the charger, press the power button for 10 seconds, then press the home button without letting go of the power button for another 10 seconds. 3. Release the power button, and it should automatically start in DFU mode.
If this does not work, repeat all the steps above now with your USB connected to the laptop, and try restoring it with iTunes.
Joe See my tips on charging batteries No you don't have to leave the chair on when charging. Charge overnite after using it during the day. Always have the charger off when plugging it into the chair and unplugging from the chair. The charger you have doesn't have an on/off switch so get a power strip with the on/off switch, plug that into the wall and plug your charger into the strip use the switch on the strip to turn the charger on and off this will save you having to plug and unplug the charger rom the wall. Always store or put the chair up fully charged. If you don't use the cair daily charge at least once a week. It takes 9-10 chargings to get the batteries operating at 100% so use the chair and charge overnight while you sleep Never leave the charger on the chair more than 12 hours Hope this helps you
I don't think you did anything wrong. I think your battery is tired and can't take a charge deep enough as it used to. As batteries get older and after repeated discharge and recharge during normal operation, they start losing their ability to hold charge as deep as when new. This is gradual and after a couple of years they drop to 50% and less.
I think your attempt was "gallant" and you did everything correct, but it sounds that battery has flatlined on you and "Doc, the patient is gone"
Try doing a reset. The reset hole is on the bottom of the TT 910. Use a paperclip to do the reset. Gently push the paperclip into the hole until you feel a click the hold it for 30 seconds. That should do the trick, unless the unit is not actually charging. The green light will come on but not charge because of a bad connection on the motherboard on the negative side.
This is a common problem with the 910. Try putting an obstacle in the way of the wire to keep it on. Better still is to not use the home dock at all. Just plug the home charger in to the windscreen mount (device connected of course!) and charge it that way. You get a better charge and it will stay on.
Hello Kawase, I would suggest you try charging the unit this one time by connecting it to the computer. I suspect that the charger may be defective if plugging the wall charger into the iPod has no effect on the low battery warning. If the iPod is able to be charged from the USB port on your computer that would tend to confirm that the charger is not working. If the iPod does not charge when connected to either the computer or the wall charger then you may very well have a another defective iPod. Best Regards Ken "Go Ahead. Use Us."
Have you used the wall charger to fully charge the battery? If the battery is too low after lying around for a month it wil not start, giving it a couple of minutes of charging wo'nt help either, a good and full charge will!