Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
I plug into the proper port to charge, I cannot change the screen on it from the playing of the last song i was listening to. I turned it off when i was done with it yesterday. Keeps telling me battery is low, which is obvious. It must have turned on by itself overnight since i cannot turn it off when unplugged. I just received it a day ago charged to 64 percent, and only used it for an hour. I cannot change anything on it since the battery is low and i cannot change anything on it while it's plugged in. The manual sts that the battery symbol will flash when charging, and it's never done that. Always sts connecting, connected, then scandisk. It doesn't make sense to me why it flashed stuff on the screen while it's trying to charge since that takes up energy.
I closed down the screen that was used to upload music to it yesterday, and the writing message has not come on since, maybe i fixed the problem.
Not sure why a small battery should take hours to fully load. If anyone can offer advice on little tricks that make adjusting to this technology easier please let me know.
I'm 31 and this is my first mp3 player, i do not harness a great deal of technical gadgetry aptitude.
also, how to i get the maximum bass level from this? i'm a techno junkie
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