When we purchased it it only showed 1 bar on the battery. Should it show 3 when fully charged or no bars. I feel really stupid but no matter how long we charge it still shows only 1 bar. If someone could help it would be greatly appreciated.
Wen i first got myn i had the same problem i plugged it and left it plugged in for a couple of hours and it showed there bars and was fine i dont quite no wat i did but i suggest double checking you have plugged it in prople sorry if im no help x
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your battery is most definitely faulty. The reason why you can charge it is your device uses the AC Charge while charging th battery. even when it says "Charge Complete", it is still charging the battery. Have the device sent for warranty repair.
battery can fully charged but if contacts of the tray are dirt than no current can pass through. firstly check contacts, switch showing that it is come out, after pushing it in, also check for polirities of batteries.
connect your samsung to a computer usb, go to my computer, check for removable e or f , with the samsung connected go on the net and type search samsung k3 mp3 player software. the computer it self will select a software to down load.
I would agree with what the tech support agent(s) told you. What you are describing sounds like a bad battery. The Insignia® Piliot MP3 players have a one year limited warranty. For service you should take the MP3 player into your local Best Buy™ store with the receipt. The store will be able to assist you in diagnosing the problem and if needed having the item serviced or replaced.
O NOW LISTEN 2 ME CAREFULLY I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM the nokia charger which is there u can use that by getting a connector the connecter is a small type of wire and it is really helpful u can try in any electronic store near ur house i can try sending it 2 u if ur in india it comes hear for Rs20 now it even charges faster
Get the driver from: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/search/supportSearchResultView.do?group=&group_cd=&type=&type_cd=&subtype=&subtype_cd=&model_nm=&dType=D&vType=L&mType=&model_cd=&menu=guides&prd_ia_cd=&acc_ia_fl=&disp_nm=YP-K3JAB&isEqualsY=Y#
This player shows the "Do not disconnect" message when it is doing something critical such as transferring tracks or updating firmware, which could corrupt the player if disconnected part way through.
The player shows the "OK to disconnect" when it is idle. As the message says, it's ok to disconnect, as the player will not corrupt if disconnected when it is idle.
These messages mean that the player does not need the "Safe to remove" procedure.
It is ok to disconnect part way through charging. Also the player will condition the battery once it is fully charged, so it's ok to leave it charging.
Occassionally batteries can "memorise" when constantly disconnect and reconnected without fully charging and discharging. To help prevent this, fully discharge the player (leave on until dead) and fully charge and condition (leave charging for about 12 hours) every couple of weeks or so.
well have had my k3 die on me once, pressed reset on the back and it worked again (this in the it doing nothing anymore case) as for the cgarging thing try it on another computer, when I charge my k3 at work it charges all day but I don';t get a full battery, at home I charge it for bout 2 to 4 hours to get full battery. I think it has something to do with ho many things u have connected to ur usb ports or how much output ur computer gives to ur usb, maybe it goes to like a lower voltage to preserve electricity, no idea how to change this but unplug unneccecary things.