Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I started college the other day, and to entertain myself in my free time, I brought my mp3 with me. I've had it in my purse mostly, and I did listen to it once three days ago. I had time to kill today, and was studying, but there was a tv show on and it was distracting me from my work. So I got my mp3 out, but it would not turn on. I tried my normal trick to get it working; pulling out the battery and putting it back in, and it usually does work. But it still would not turn on... I shuck my mp3 a little to hear if there was anything odd about the sound. My sister has the same mp3, and hers has less of a rattle in hers. So I looked on the back without the cover, and decided to check the components of the mp3. But I didn't want to harm anything inside, so I abandoned that idea. Not knowing what to do, I googled, and found this website. I did try the methods that were said with the other Sansa Disk MP3 question, but they didn't work. Does anyone know what I need to do to get my mp3 working?
My mp3 is a e250 model. I think it has less gbs on it compared to the e260 mentioned in the other sansa mp3 question. But I believed that both have the same basic shape.
1.Push the hold switch towards the headphone jack so you see orange
2.Press and hold record on the left of the player
3.With record still being held down, plug into the computer
4.Once you see welcome to recovery mode on the screen of the player, let go of record
At this point you can reload the manual firmware by copying the firmware files to the detected removable disk.
Firmwares- Version 1 Version 2
Download the correct version or else it will render your device useless.Version can be found on the back plate at botton right.. Extract the downloaded file and transfer the contents to removable disk detected.After transferring,disconnect the player and let it upgrade the firmware
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
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