I live in Canada & you cant get any accessories here for these
They have after market car and wall chargers for ipods universal you would just plug your sync cable from zune into the usb part of the back of these to charge what does the power output have to be for these for car chager and wall charger to make sure they wont fry my zune i have a 30gb any info would be great thanks
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Get a USB wall charger. These are AC adapters that plug directly into the outlet. You then plug the USB from your MP3 into the port on the adapter.
Charge your MP3 player on the go. There are also charging kits that plug into the cigarette lighter or power plug in your car. These kits come with a DC power adapter that has a port on the end for you to plug in your MP3.
Acquire Apple iPod specific chargers. When you need to charge your iPod music player through an outlet, look for the Universal USB car charger or the Universal USB travel charger made specifically for Apple products.
Make sure that you have your player on a power strip or surge protector so that if you get a surge you wont fry your player.
<p>Many of the new battery-operated devices such as phones and
MP3 players come with USB cables to charge the battery while the computer.
However, wall chargers for these items are missing, damaged or undelivered. If
so, you can use a USB wall charger, USB cables, adapters and because all have
the same size at the end with these boots are endless. <br />
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<p>1. Buy a USB wall charger. These are available online
through www.amazon.com and www.bixnet.com or a limited number of electronics
stores like Radio Shack or Best Buy. <br />
<p>2. Connect the USB end of cable to the USB wall charger. <br />
<p>3. Connect the charger to the USB cable. Then connect it to
the wall. The machine starts working the green light. <br />
<p>iPod Battery <br />
<p>1. Connect the USB cable to the iPod. Be sure to press the
two ends before inserting it into the iPod. If you do not, you can damage the
pins, once that happens, you will not be able to charge your iPod. <br />
<p>2. Mount the USB wall charger sliding the top in half, for
the manual. <br />
<p>3. Connect the USB cable for both USB wall charger. Plug the
wall charger. The costs start when the lights come back on the iPod screen and
you will see the battery icon fill. You can find this anywhere iPod charger are
supplied. <br />
The iPod 2nd Gen changed how it charges and all those devices that once charged your older iPod, will no longer charge this one unless you get the adapter which is at the apple store and I have seen it at walmart for about $30. that device converts the power for you so it will charge. my adapter works perfectly.
Oh, well an iPod cannot live without a computer. The dock connector/data transfer cable is a charger itself. It will charge from the computer itself, and will transfer data also when connected and charging.
You can use a separately sold USB Wall Adapter from Apple to charge the iPod from a wall socket. The adapter has a slot to insert the USB Cable and it charges.
Yes you can, I have done that with my Ipod Touch. I would personally recommend the Accurian MP3 Universal Kit because it comes with a wall charger, a car charger, a sound TV Connect cable, (to have music play through TV) a sound splitter, (so you can use 2 pairs of headphones on one device), and an audio transfer cable (to plug into your car or sterio). It is great deal and is only $20 at radioshack. Here is the link to the product. Oh and by the way it also comes with a nice carrying kit for it all.
1. Have you tried charging your Ipod from another source other than the computer? Maybe a car charger for an Ipod or a kind that can be plugged into the wall. Ipod chargers are very inexpensive. 2. If that doesn't work try rebooting your Ipod with your Ipod program you were given to manage your Ipod.
3. Make sure that when downloading songs that they are Ipodcompatible, meaning that they are mp3 ready. Before downloading a song you should be able to see the credentials the song has for downloading. Most of the time if the format cannot be changed to being mp3 ready, most likely the song won't convert to your ipod.