Hello, I have the Sony MP3 Player, the burgundy one with 2GB in memory. My battery died, so I hooked it up to my computer to charge with the USB cord, and now it's frozen on the black screen that says "WALKMAN, every moment has it's music." I've tried turning it off, but none of the buttons on my player are working right now. I don't have a charger to plug into a jack, just the USB cord, I use that to charge it. Please help me, I need my music everyday! It makes me happy. Thanks in advance!
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Yeah, I had this problem too because I was connecting the USB proprietory connector/cable at the front USB drives on the computer. If you have been using front USB connecters, try using the back USB drive connecters.
On the back of the mp3 player has a reset button, you can use a back of and earing and push the reset button. Some mp3 players can have a thing to connect in the computer tower. Some come with cords. If it comes with a cord. Just hook it up and let the mp3 player charge. When it's done charging it will say battery full. It may take all night to charge.
if your mp3 player comes with a usb charge cord and has no bulge in the cord, such as would contain some kind of voltage modification electronics, then it's ok. the reason is: both the motorola charger and the usb port are 5 volts, all usb is 5 volts standard, and the motorola charger is labeled 5 volts right on the unit itself. The the only possible problem would be if the motorola charger was wired differently. However I have been using my razor charger to charge my Emerson 2GB mp3 player w/no problem. Plug in the charger with the mp3 player powered up, you should see the battery icon filling up just as if you were using the usb charger. if you are still to worried to try it , then get a voltage meter and test the polarity (weather positive and negative are the same on the motorola charger as the usb cord when plugged into the computer.
all right so you purchased the memory sticks and the usb cord so your good to go first thing is the small memory stick needs to go in the phone so to do this remove the back cover of the razor and there should be underneath the battery left to the sim card a slot insert the memory stick in the slot(follow the arrows) attach the cover. next take the larger of the memory stick or the adapter and if computer compatible insert into computer (optional) next take the usb adapter cord insert the large usb side into the computer the other side in to the charge port on the razor. a window should come right up asking ou what to do click view folders now when next window comes up select the folder and drag music into appropriate folder. any further questions or more indepth instructions firstname.lastname@example.org only for actual help no **** please