Question about iRiver iFP-380T MP3 Player
When I install brand new batteries in the player it shows that the battery strength is almost gone, and they only last for a little while.
Probably a hardware issue, but the issue could also be with your USB port - make sure that there are no yellow exclamations next to the usb port in the PC device manager.
The battery indicator might not be stable during the following activities because they use large amounts of power:
1. The backlight of the LCD
2. Volume change
3. Pressing function keys and buttons
4. Reading the CD or files (Loading data to the memory)
The battery indicator shows the life expectancy of the battery based on current power usage. During these high power usage activities, that may only last a few seconds, the indicator will obviously show a lower level on the battery indicator. Once the high power activity has ended it will show a more accurate battery level.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
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