Hi i bought an mp3 player like almost a year ago with out a charger. and now it runs out of battery so i don't know how to charge it because i don't have an adaptor charger so i was woundering if i can charge it through my computer or if i can buy an adaptor charger thank you for your help
you can probably buy a USB cable at somewhere like Tandy or Dick Smiths with the correct plug on the end to plug into your MP3 player. If not I would contact Samsung and see if they can sell you one and send it to you. YOu then just plug it into your MP3 and plug the other end into a USB hub on your computer and it should charge.
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you need 1.) the mp3 player 2.) the cable for the player 3.) a computer running windows xp or above
steps 1.) connect cable to both mp3 player and pc and wait for it to read 2.) click cancel 3.) click start then computer your mp3 player will show up here as a removable disc 4.) right click on it and click format (old music all gone now) 5.) copy and past your new music to it and your set..
Zune batteries are replaceable. They can be purcahsed for about $10-$15 and with a little knowledge can be replaced by anyone. Check the internet for both the battery and replacement instructions. eBay is a great place to find the battery and most places even include the needed tools
Please allow your phone to charge for 3-4 hrs by connecting it to the wall charger.After 4hrs remove the battery from the back and reinsert it.Then press and hold the power button for 1min.Make sure it is connected to the charger when you perform these steps.
Not normal at all.....you can try the iPod Reset Utility that is located here...... http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1238 but I don’t know if will fix the problem.....but it defiantly cant hurt....Let me know if this helped cbinny1
yeah i encountered that problem also. what i did is i bought a regular cell phone charger from a cheap store that matcher the link cable and hooked it up to the mp3. the charger will make the mp3 player turn on by force. it wont let it cut off. i really dint start having this problem until i had put 124 songs on my mp3. i believe its a flaw in the design.
Do NOT format it -- I did a complete format as another user suggested and now it only appears to be useful as a pen drive. It will not play anything and I've tried reinstalling the firmware and it doesn't even recognize that it's an mp3 player so I can't install it!