I just bought my naxa mp3 this past thursday and for the first day it was fine but sine then it refuses to hold a charge, I'm wondering if the battery in the thing is bad and i should get a new battery or i just need to return the thing and get my money back
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Re: My mp3 player refuses to hold a charge
Well usually if the firmware is not up to date,it might cause the problem you are having...What I would recommend you to do is to upgrade the device firmware and that should solve the problems..in the even that doenst do it contact the manufacturer to see if they can RMA your device...
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for some reason whenever I plug in my naxa 4gig as soon as it starts charging the sync arrow shows up... with nothing syncing. it's really starting to bother me as the battery can't fully charge because of it
Hello. Please follow these steps to put music on your Mp3 Player.
Start off by putting a battery in you Naxa mp3 player. This is necessary in order to add music to a Naxa mp3 player. Naxa mp3 Players require one AAA battery and this battery goes into the back of the device.
Plug your Naxa mp3 player into your computer. To do this, take the cap
off of the bottom of the player. You will then be able to plug the Naxa
mp3 player directly into a USB port on your computer.
Open Windows Media Player and then click the "Sync" tab found at the very top of the program.
Once you do, you will notice that the Naxa mp3 player is listed in the
top right corner of Windows Media Player.
Double-click the "Library" link on the left side of Windows Media
Player. Once you do, several different options will appear underneath
Click the "Songs" option found below "Library." Once you do, a list of
all of the songs in your Windows Media library will appear in the
middle of the program.
Browse through all of the songs in your library and right click over
any song you want to add to your Naxa mp3 player. After you right click
on a song, you will need to select "Add to Sync List." You will then
see the song listed in the column on the far right side of Windows
Media Player. Continue doing this until you are finished putting music
on the Naxa mp3 player.
Click the "Start Sync" button located underneath the list of music you
selected in Step 7. The music will then be added to the Naxa mp3 player
I had the same issue. I bought my 671 mp3 car stereo from jujudeals.com and I was having the same problem. I called them up and they said that I have to go to clock mode. When in 'Clock Mode' you have to press and hold Select (SEL) and at the same time press FF/REV to adjust time. (Fast Forward adjusts hour, Rewind adjusts minute). If your still having problems contact the Naxa Electronics warranty department. Goodluck!
I would first plug the unit into the computer and make sure that the unit is fully charged. After that, check to make sure that there are folders, with content (mp3s, videos or pictures) to make sure that the unit has something to load in the first place. If there are and the files don't exceed the maximum capacity of the unit you are most probably dealing with a defective unit. I bought my naxa mp3 player from jujudeals.com so it comes with a 30 day warranty, however I'm pretty sure that the unit itself comes with a 90 day manufacturers warranty, in which case you would have to contact naxa. Either way, you probably shouldn't worry, just get it replaced.
Same unit, same problem. I found that when the internal batt is dead current draw on the USB port is not enough to recharge. I have a USB car adaptor (it is for my kids PSP ) and use it to recharge the batt when it goes completly dead. I keep a eye on the remaining batt life and charge it via the computer USB before it gets to low