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AnUSB cable can be plugged into a n USB charger. The charger has a USB port that the cable plugs into, it is usually compliant with most USB charging cables. If your charger has a fixed cable, i.e. for a single make, you cannot fit a USB charging cable.
Most computers now also have the charging facility even when the computer is switched off.
Coolpix Cameras are tricky to use with chargers. I will assume your USB Charger EH-69P is 100 - 240V 50/60 Hz so it CAN work in many places around the world with an adapter. Do not go over 240V or you could damage it.
These cameras like to have the power supply connected when it is on to charge - meaning if you have it connected and you plug the charger in the wall it will NOT charge. So if you plug the charger in the wall first and then plug the cable in the camera it will work. The camera is actually ON when it charges and I never REMOVE the memory card when it is ON.
When you have a dead battery. Plug the camera in and make sure the ON LED lights and the Charge LED flashes. Then don't mess with it. Let it charge completely (Charge LED stops flashing and is OFF) and then unplug it. It will turn off. Then later you can turn it on.
sounds like a USB problem. If there is a short or damage within the
port the computor will detect it and prevent it from starting. Usually
it's a USB port you always use. This may help, Plug in the mains charger
and remove all USB devices. This will confirm weather its the computer
or a USBcable/device.
If the computer still doesn't start, get a bright light and a
magnifying glass and look inside all the USB ports on the computer. In
the middle of the port there is a flat plastic piece with 4 metal
contacts attached to it. Check to see if they are bent, twisted or
flattened in any way and with a pin or other suitable pointy device,
attempt to straighten any damaged contacts. If you cannot get the
contacts aligned, just try to get them away from each other and away
from the wall of the port, then insert a piece of card or folded paper
above and below the contact strip and tape them down. This will insulate
the port and stop a reoccurance of the problem. You should find the
computer starts (with a few complaints from windows) normally. this has
worked for me 9 times out of 10 for this problem. Good luck.
try a secondary battery as well as a second charger (I believe the pearl uses micro USB, which is also used by bluetooth headsets, other phones, and pcs- you could even plug it into a pc with the cable to see if it charges)
If neither works, the phone is unfortunately dead. However if the battery works, bad battery. If the different charger works, bad charger
Try taking the batteries out ( fully disconnecting them from the gold contact points) ... then put them back in with the charger already plugged in. It should go to that blue charge screen instead of turning on. LEAVE IT ON THAT CHARGING SCREEN for at least 5-10 mins. Now, Hold down power, screen goes black... then tap power about 2 seconds after screen goes out, and it should start up as normal. If taking the battery out has no effect, I would investigate whether that (the battery... being dead/unchargeable) is the problem. I'm hoping one of the two answers gets ya where you need to go.
OH AND YOU CANNOT USE USB CHARGER TO DO THIS. IT HAS TO HAVE DIRECT FROM-THE-SOCKET POWER TO CHARGE UP THAT FIRST BIT OF COMPLETELY TAPPED CHEMICAL (ELECTRICAL) REACTIONS.
hi ya, ok one of the solution is checking out the trouble of litium battery, i guess has been
out of base, i had the same siptom with sansa e250r 2-g, put in right the battery.
In back of sansa there are 4 screws that u have to loose it