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My player ran out of charge(message:"low battery please charge"), so i connected it to my pc via usb cable.it then said "connecting" and while it was on that, i could see the battery sign on the bottom right get charged, but then the screen said "Connected USB (MTP)" and the battery icon showed a full charged battery. The problem is that its not fully charged because when i switch it on the message "low battery please charge" reappears.... please help me as soon as possible thanks

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Your device is corrupted and you need to reformat it.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

Testimonial: "Thanks, but please tel me how i can format it when i cant even start it up coz the battery is too low... thanks again"

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