I don't know how it happened but my screen has cracked on my iriver x20.... (even though the shell is really tough) i don't know where any repair shops are.... im not sure whether any normal repair shop can fix it and i can't find a replacement screen anyway... the warranty probably doesn't cover it since the screen probably cracked due to stress even though it is still part of my warranty if anyone can recommend a trustworthy shop (preferably in australia) i can send it to or where i can buy a new screen or any other recommendations, please let me know... IM DESPERATE im willing to spend up to $100
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Re: BROKEN LCD SCREEN!!!
Normal repair shop can't fix it
iRiver will not send you the screen
You must get the entire player replaced
Sorry, but this is true of nearly all Mp3 manufacturers.
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try to upload the songs onto it with windows media player 11
i only use iriver plus 3 for videos
when ur in windows media go into sync then it has like a side bar just drag the music into that and down the bottom of the bar it says sync press that
and if that doesnt work u might have to buy a new one
i think you should try this...
if you dont already, download iriver plus 3
open iriver plus 3
plug in iviver
go to tools>Portable Device>Disk Initialization
this should format your iriver and replace all the original files
i reccomend only putting music, video, pictures and ebooks on via iriver plus 3
and also please make sure you safely remove the iriver each time you connect it to the computer
if you dont, there is a chance that you will screw your iriver, you may have heard of the "building library" problem, which nobody has found a solution for yet.
well u can buy yourself a micro sd card and use that...
as long as all the menu files ect are still on ur working x20 u can just slot in a micro sd with ur new music!
If you no longer want to listen to some some songs u can just format the internal memory in the settings > advanced menu.
it's a little bit annoying like swapping the batteries but it means that it's function is salvagable.
so to answer ur question it isn't technically dead so long as u have a way to charge ur x20 and update ur music photo's ect...
im not too sure what u mean by lists though...
if ur wanting to know whether the port is salvagable im guessing probably not.
if its just a wiring solder problem and ur compotent in solder work then u can try if ur willing to risk it.
but i probably wouldn't
yea the iriver x20 isn't very reliable when it comes to video files. there could be like 10 things wrong with the codec and even if u fix all of them it doesn't help. your best bet is to convert to wmv using the iriver program or another program like winavi converter. its really fustrating i know but its just how the iriver works.
yes this is correct, you can only have the same size memory card as what your iriver was originally. eg when I bought mine it was a 2GB so there for I could only add a 2GB memory card in it giving me a total of 4GB. if you buy a SD card of the same GB you wont have a problem
They will probably consider it a void of the warranty, but it is definitely worth a shot. I work for another large consumer electronics manufacturer, and if the customer does not admit to dropping it, and just says that it spontaneously broke, I will replace it for them. It's all in the wording. never admit you did it, just say it spontaneously cracked.
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
ok.. There is no question here. So you've got a cracked screen. What do you want us to do about it? If the screen is cracked, there's nothing you can do to fix that. Best thing would be to buy a new MP3 player. Check out www.zune.net :) It's what I have.