I have recharged three times and twice I've lost all my songs when I recharged. Is there a fix ? I;m I doing something wrong? I can't see that I am. I have another mp3 player different brand and this never happens with that player. Is this a common problem with this particular player?
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when you are charging the set the icon that represents is the ligtening bolt. since you are charging for the first time. so so for 12-15 hours, then use it to drain completely and recharge. do this three times. The your battery will come back to optimum condition. It is good if you can do this once every week to discharge and recharge which will enhance your battery life. do not try to charge mid way all the time but try to schedule your charging cycle. Helpful? good day
Like most MP3 player with an inbuilt internal battery, your Slick 2gb mp3 music and video player will have an internal Li-Ion rechargeable battery that will be recharged via your USB Data cable while connected to an USB port on a PC/LAPTOP or USB charger.
by letting it run down fully before recharging the battary , same can be done for mobile phone batterys , and as for the songs did you just remove them from your playlist and not teh labary to remove them from the libary sometimes on older mp3s you have to do it from the computer when it is conncected with the software running to put the music on and off the player
I have seen these - set your device so that there is no back-lighting. Then go buy a NiCad rechargeable battery set (comes with charger and usually 4 batteries) they are really cheap lately at Big Lots , Radio Shack , Walmart, etc. These should last at least a full day. If they aren't - go exchange yours, because there is something wrong with it. Good Luck!!!
I have seen this many times. Your battery is most likely depleted to the point that it is incapable of sending a signal to the computer. You will more than likely need to have you battery replaced. You can jump start your iPod with a wall charger, but you lost yours. A simple charger can be bought off of eBay for less than ten dollars. If you get a wall charger and nothing happens, your iPod is dead but it sounds like a battery issue.
First, the batteries are both rechargeable. The smaller battery is designed to keep power to the volatile memory chips so you don't loose your songs or settings. The larger battery is to power the player when it is turned on to play music, videos, and operate the navigational menu.
You shouldn't need to remove and replace the batteries at all...just use a USB cable and a computer and you should be able to recharge the player.
However, should you really need to replace the watch battery...here's what you'll need to do:
First off, the battery was never meant to be replaced. It is welded to the negative terminal with three quick spot welds. It is possible to break these welds with a thin blade by prying the metal strip, but you do run the risk of tearing the metal of the negative terminal. Once you have this battery free of the terminal, you should be able to replace it with the new battery you have purchased and press the negative contact back into place. I would recomend using a little sparkplug conductive grease on the area where the battery and contact meet, but also leave room for the contact to be superglued down...otherwise if there is ever a break in contact you can loose your songs and your settings.
Honestly, I don't recomend replacing this little battery since it's not supposed to die for something like 20 years. If you haven't plugged it into a computer to charge, I'd suggest that first. You can also use just about any cheap iPod wall charger that has a USB port on it and a USB standard to USB mini cable.
I have the same player and have been really happy with it. It has yet to fail or do something funky and I've been using it for about 1.5 years.
Is it a rechargeable battery MP3 Player? It may require a lengthy charge to get it to jump to operation. If it isn't a rechargeable battery, and you hasve tried to switch the AAA battery to a new one out of the box, make sure the battery contacts aren't bent.
It is just like that because it isn't done recharging. After a while it will turn back to what it's real power level is. You should let your MP3 player recharge for over an hour at least to have it fully recharged.