When I turn on the MP3 player it just has the MPIO logo screen and doesn't progress any further to the menu. I can't listen to music and my pc doesn't recognise it anymore when I plug it into the USB port. I have a sneaky suspicion that I may have lost some of the files that were on it when it first came to me.
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It's a reasonably straightforward task. There are 2 screws at either side (near the top) of the player. You'll need a small Alan-key to remove these. Once this is done, carefully prise off the back cover and you'll be able to see the battery - at the back. Just un-clip the battery cable. - You might want to check the connection in the first instance, if however, the battery needs replacing see replacment battery model number below: - UP325385A4H-UP325385A5H
either you got a faulty surface mount regulator IC or you got a corrupted flash memory. Try pressing play button, then alternately press volume down (-) and Rewind (<<) buttons. When the "FORMAT? Press Menu" appears, press MENU BUTTON. A LOW LEVEL FORMAT will be in progress. When it's done, reload firmware recovery using MPIO Utility.
If however you nothing appears on the screen afteryou pushed the play, rewind, and minus buttons,or still it doesn't power up, you've got a faulty regulator IC. It is the five pin chip colored black with the markings "PHK" (use a magnifying lens to confirm) located on the left besides the battery connector (facing up, with the earphone jack on the top). If you had micro soldering skills, then you can remove the chip and replace, if you can find a replacement...