Depending on the player, I currently have a player that only reads with a AAA battery and barley will recharge with the computer. They do offer chargers for MP3s that the car will read, its just like any other charger, it goes right into the cigarette lighter. If you don't have one accessible then I'm clueless on the solution. To stray a bit off topic, I do have a sensible tool called a Switching Adapter made by Scosche. It lets you plug any device that is connected with a USB cord into a wall socket. Hope these ideas help.
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yea u can recharge your mp3 player all you do is use the cord that u use to transport music to the mp3 hook it up to the computer put your mp3 player on it then just leave it alone && it will be get charged
I have the same player. You can use a rechargable battery. But you cannot charge the battery by connecting it to the USB. You must charge the battery with a AAA battery charger - they sell them at walmart for like $15. The rechargable battery really works excellent in this player - I listen to my player all day long and rechargeable batteries are the only way to go for me! Make sure you have four batteries though so you can always have a backup charged as the charger takes 8 hours to charge the batteries.
Try charging it on the computer or with a different wall charger. The fault may lie in the charger brick. I have seen it happen many times that the wall charger quits working but it still charges on the computer.
if your mp3 player comes with a usb charge cord and has no bulge in the cord, such as would contain some kind of voltage modification electronics, then it's ok. the reason is: both the motorola charger and the usb port are 5 volts, all usb is 5 volts standard, and the motorola charger is labeled 5 volts right on the unit itself. The the only possible problem would be if the motorola charger was wired differently. However I have been using my razor charger to charge my Emerson 2GB mp3 player w/no problem. Plug in the charger with the mp3 player powered up, you should see the battery icon filling up just as if you were using the usb charger. if you are still to worried to try it , then get a voltage meter and test the polarity (weather positive and negative are the same on the motorola charger as the usb cord when plugged into the computer.
you have to charge it by putting it in the USB port on your computer, but I am looking for an a/c charger if anyone knows where i could get one that will work with this! i got two off Ebay and neither will charge it! they charge my daughters Craig MP3 player but not my musix!