When i take it off the charger, it works, but as soon as i listen to an album, or turn it off, and go to power it back on, it reads remove cable, and then i can no longer turn it off or back on, or listen to any music. And if im not by my charger, i have to reset it. what can i do to fix that???
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You can keep the Sansa plugged in without fear of overcharging. The Sansa will play while it is connected to a USB port that is supplying only power, such as a USB charger operating off a car cigarette lighter. It will not play while connected to a computer.
Connect mp3 player to computer
Open Windows Media Player
Go to Sync tab
A list of the songs on your mp3 player should show up
Right click the songs, and go to advanced tag editor - change the album art for each song
One more thing to keep in mind for the Sansa e200 series:
For correct Album Work functionality, the album art and associated music file may
need to be located in the same folder. See preloaded content as an example.
After you eject if from the computer and it locks up press and hold the center button while pressing down on the menu button. This will reboot the IPod. What charger are you using? Is the charger plugged into a usb hub or does it get power from an electrical outlet?
same prob here, i use media monkey, that seems to work better, im trying to see what the player doesn't like (if the pic is too big, if it requires a certain resolution) I'll tell you when i get time to figure that out.
ok! easy solution for you^^
1) Make sure your Zen is powered OFF. if the blue light is on and won't turn off, here's what you do:
set the hold button at the top of the player to the ORANGE position, then hold your power button for 3 seconds. the keypad will flash and your player will power down.
2) push in the reset button with a pin or other fine implement. the reset button is located on the bottom of the unit, right next to the connector.
your player should power up as normal now. charge it fully! your computer should be able to read it during it's charge as long as you leave it powered on^^ I hope this helps you^^