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I would suspect that a lateral force has been applied to the headphone jack of your tablet. This occurs when you accidentally pull the headphone plug out at an angle instead of straight in line with the jack.
You might be able to find a repair shop to fix this. It might cost as much as the tablet. If under warranty you could try to get it replaced but Fujitsu is terrible in this department.
It is ALWAYS wise to get an extended warranty for consumer electronics. People tend to not do thi9s because they shop primarily by price and the extra warranty drives the cost up to high at the time of purchase. Then comes this kind of problem and you wonder why you didn't spend the extra 20 bucks.
Any liquid immersion warrants a new battery. Those batteries do not like water at all. Actually, they can react quite violently with it. Clean your device and replace the battery, after that re-evaluate.
most time batteries need to be trained, by letting them run down to about 10% then recharging them, this will help the duration. if the battery will run for several hours, then your sensor in defective, if your battery only last a few minutes, then the sensor is working but the battery is defective.
My suggestion would be to look at the format of the movie files you're trying to play and search for a movie player app that matches that. If one exists then download, install and open file from SD card with that app. If for example file type is "*. flv" then search for "flv player for android".
My guess is you don't have an app on the tablet that is compatible with the movie file type. Hope this helps.
I have just had same problem. Battery on M532 absolutely refused to charge from flat.Tablet worked when plugged in so I downloaded an app killer from android market and killed all but the essential apps then tried again and it seemed top work! Maybe background apps draining battery at faster rate than could be charged?
First put the charger plug in the Tab, I just tried mine that was sitting on the desk, even though I held the power on button for a long time it would not start. I pluged the charger in so the red charging light is on Tried to start and it worked perfectly. i.e. the voltage level is very critical, if it is a fraction low it won't start.
Mine hasn't frozen (yet) but if this is a more or less "permanent" freeze there is a reset pinhole between the power button and the usb connector. If this is in intermittent problem, the only thing I can say is that the device is poorly designed, the screen is just not very responsive and the CPU chip must be under-powered so it is very slow to react. If you tap-tap-tap a lot on the screen or the power button you might be overloading the CPU. Mine seems to freeze from time to time but eventually "catches up" and then starts working again. Sorry, but I definitely put this product only a half step above the junk category. I also own an Ipod Touch and holy cow there is a world of difference in quality and performance between the two.
Oh yeah - you might try calibrating the screen but I doubt that it will help much. The "calibration" suggestion really seems like more of a distraction tactic to make new owners think they are really doing something cool to make it work better out of the box.
If you can still return the machine for a refund I suggest you do - lots of new tablets andf "readers" will be hitting the stores within a few weeks and Best Buy will be selling these for $50 just to unload them!