Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
When the player is connected to the computer, it is normal for it to say connected and not do anything else. If it is displaying that message after you have disconnected the mp3 player from the computer:
1) Make sure the hold switch is not engaged
2) Reset the player by holding in the power button for 15 seconds
3) If the reset fails, update the Firmware from Sandisk's website
4) if the message still persists, use the Sansa Recovery Tool from Sandisk's website
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Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hold down the power button for 20 or more seconds; when you release the power button, the Sansa Connect will restart on its own. If it doesn't restart, you did not hold down the power button long enough -- try again.
Make sure there's a battery in the player. This doesn't work when it is plugged into the USB port.
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