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Amazon.com, Inc.Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Kubik Evo 8GB MP3 Player with ... Con's - Wonder if some of these items can be fixed with a firmware update. ... Just push the main button (or any button) and it will turn on and function as usual. ... 2) Play while plugged in charging works with the wall charger, but still NOT ...
Jun 29, 2010 - Whenever I plug in my Evo, I select Charge Only (or if I do nothing, it selects Charge. ... If I turn off my Evo it charges from the USB fine. ... Check your computer's stats... what does it say about its USB status when your Evo is plugged in or ... I had a problem a while back where it would charge via USB, but not ...
Your alternator isn't charging your batter and needs to be replaced, your battery no longer holds a charge or doesn't have enough cranking amps for the application and that only applies if you aren't playing your music without the motor running. If you play music without the motor running it's going to drain your battery, sure, it'll still play music but the amps will be too low to turn the motor over fast enough to catch the timing on the motor in order to start it. Winter is hard on batteries as well, that's why they have cranking amps and cold cranking amps.
The write on the site : 5. I'm
sure my THUMP is fully charged, so why doesn't it play music?
Make sure the volume is not set too low to hear.
Make sure there are song files stored on THUMP.
Connect THUMP to your computer
and open the
folder that shows the contents
of the THUMP
Make sure you have the correct music file formats
loaded into the THUMP memory.
plays MP3, WMA and WAV file
formats. No other
music file formats are supported
at this time.
Make sure the WMA music files you are trying
to play are not protected by
DRM. (See below
for more information on DRM.)
If the song files
are protected by DRM, you need
to download the
DRM Enabled Utility found at www.oakley.com/thump.
6. Why can't I get a full six hours of song
play time out of THUMP?
Many things affect play time, including the
volume level, file compression and
format. Also, lithium ion polymer
lose their charge while not in use.
are also susceptible to temperature.
though they represent the best
lithium ion batteries do not
in high heat.
7. Is it best to completely drain the THUMP
battery before recharging?
makes no difference. Lithium ion
have no "memory effect" like older
technologies such as nickel cadmium,
so you can
charge them at any time - even when
not fully discharged.
How old is it? if it's under warranty apple may fix it. Simply, if you charge your iPod through you computer then the battery could be damaged. USB ports only put out 5 volts. If you have an AC charger that puts out 9.5 volts then consider charging it with that. Some AC adapters only put out 5 volts for the purpose matching the USB standard, but it's not good for the ipod.
I have the same **** problem! Except I never dropped it or anything! I just hooked it up and it wont frikken recognize it. WILL SOMEONE PLEASE HELP! DDD: email me at Keeah5@hotmail.com ;_; This is soo agrivating.