Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Ok there are 2 causes of this, te first is a dead player, the second a bad battery.. lets try the first one first..
TRY A DIFFERENT CHARGER OR USB CABLE..
TO DO THIS YOU WILL REQUIRE YOUR FIRMWARE UPDATE AND UPDATE UTILITY, GET THIS FROM YOUR MANUFACTURES WEB SITE.
1.) open up the player,
2.) look for the largest icon the board, usually a samsung,
3.) place the ic where you can read whats on it, on the right of the ic, count 4 pins down, and ground the other 4 off with a screwdriver,
4.) Connect your usbcable to it as you do this,
5.) reinstall your firmware.
6.) try it now
INCASE THAT DONT WORK
1.) open up the player, you will see a lithium battery on it,
2.) remove it
3.) take it to the shop and get a new one
4.) replace it
5.) TRY IT NOW..
If the above fails it means that your player's main board is damaged ..
Posted on Jan 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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