One of my devices works with sound, noises, etc., but the other one just gives me nothing. I let the charge go completely down to no charge, and still nothing. Trying to get any transmission, but nada. Any suggestions. Haven't used them extensively so it could be operator error.
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Re: Can't get any reception or sound
Initially, have you tried a full hard reset? If not, pls remove the battery from the compartment. Most Motorola GPRS/FRS would reset and revert back to factory default settings (assuming no internal hardware fault) when un-powered (not only drained) for a considerable period of time (from a few minutes to a couple of hours).
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Could just be a bad sensor? or maybe a connection issue with cables,corrosion, etc....... Pepboys will hook up test computer and give you a free diagnois code to reasearch problem or you could take the code and give to your mechanic to save on additional costs of testing at shop.
First, examine the connection receptables on the PS 3. For example, inserting the head set pin into wrong PS 3 connection receptable would not produce any sound discussable.
1. The PS3 device has several connection receptacles either for video audio output or video audio in put.
2. Video audio out put only gets sound and movies out of the PS3 device to be projected on to another device, e.g. projector, TV screen or Any out put devices.
Note: You solution is to connect the headset to the out put indication area keeping in mind not to connect to the Video receptable, else would be trying to output video signals to the headset.
Caution: You do not want to connect the headset pin to the Video Audio Input receptacle areas, because, you would be trying to send signals into the PS3 device rather than get sound out.
Getting signals out of a device like PS3 is inserting the headset in this case, pin connector would be inserted in the INPUT Area; keep in mind your are tryinng to hear sound, SO connect the HeadSet PIN to AUDIO reception area on the PS3 device
The same techniques is achievable for all equipment requirign connection.
REMEMBER TO PHYSOCALLY LOCATE THE INPUT to OUTOUT area on the device.
Give the following proccess a try.
contact the manual of the PS3 device refering to the device connectivity chapters or
Systems diagnostic or malfunction chapters for technical material when required.
1.Select a different channel on the base unit:Located on the front, under the logo is a small switch. Note the position and try the other two settings 2.Make sure your base unit is not next to other items that may interfere with it.. cordless phones and wireless network routers etc.. microwaves or other RF sources .. fluorescent lamps.. etc
Lastly.. just about all wireless headphones have some noise or background hiss.. but it should be minor..if the rechargeable batteries are not taking a full charge or cannot retain the charge properly.. the reception will also weaken.. and that noise will increase..and the reception distance will decrease.
You can buy a new set of rechargeable batteries .. just make sure they are exactly like those in your headphones..
If I remember right.. they are Nickel Metal Hydride… (NiMH).. Radio Shack will have them.. or a store like Batteries Plus.. If you replace them.. go for a slightly beefier battery.. a higher mA-h.. may take a bit longer to charge initially.. (If you try this.. remember.. they will need to charge overnight before use) but will “play” longer in use.
It has been noted that many of these headphones shipped with inferior batteries.. that problems seems to have been addressed by the mfg.
If the "static" you are getting is a high pitched whine and the noise volume increases and decreases with changes in engine speed, you probably have alternator induced radio noise.
Many times such noises are caused by poor ground connections that have begun to corrode over time. First try removing or loosening the screw or bolt which grounds the radio to the vehicle frame. Using a fine wire brush or a piece of steel wool, clean off both the terminal and the location on the vehicle where it was attached. Then reattach the ground. While you are behind the dash, make sure that the antenna connection is fully seated. Pull it out and put it back in again to make sure.
If these steps do not solve the problem, you may need to install noise supression devices. The are available at many retail locations like Radio Shack and some auto parts stores, as well as numerous online stores such as: http://www.crutchfield.com and http://www.sonicelectronix.com.
If you recently completed an upgrade of your phone, you might need to upgrade your SPL to Hard-SPL (3.28, 3.56, etc) and also find a suitable Radio Rom (in charge of your bluetooth, reception and sounds) for the upgraded wm 6.1 rom. If you go to http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=376 and go into the wiki, you will find a lot of helpful threads. No one can tell you the "best" radio for your area, you will have to try different ones to find which gives you the best combination of bluetooth, gps and reception.
Modern AM reception is usually quite bad. We are used to the high quality sound from other formats and FM, AM has a very compressed frequency range so will always sound poor in comparison. The interference could be due to poor earthing or suppression on the electrical equipment in the car. Usual suspects are ignition, wiper motors and fans. A suppressor between the +V and earth usually help, fitted as close to each device as possible. The devices causing the interference can be pin pointed by turning one electrical item on at a time and seeing if it causes a problem. Another issue is that a lot of modern vehicles use the rear screen demister as an aerial, which can cause bad reception and interference. An external aerial is always best.
you will have to recover the flash i sounds like it´s preatty dangerus ..you may brick the player so it never work again ... and you will need ubuntu ... search on google you will find howto flash a e200 preatty fast you should find it anyway..
im sorry i can´t give you a guide rigth now because i don´t got the time but it really sounds like it is the flash..