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My volume goes up and down without me touching it

Sometime my device cuts itself off when the volume goes down, my volume goes up and down without me touching the control.

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Try upgrading the firmware of ur player
if ur player is touchscreen try turning off the device for some days

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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^This works too, but if you have important data on it you can hold down the on/off button and the square button until it goes off , and then press the square button to get it to turn back on. I had to do it too :(


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