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1. Plug in usb cable to computer.
2. Plug other end of cable into MP3 player.
3. Turn MP3 player on using the power slide switch. The display should change slightly to indicate charging. (Mine has a picture of a battery that will fill and empty...) Hope this helps!
Here is a more detailed way to do this. I have the same problem with this. Mine just seems to last last longer with the charging though.
Plug it into your computer's usb port.
Wait until your computer recognizes the device. When you hear it make a sound after the device is plugged in, you turn the switch to the "ON" position and just leave it there.
Every now and then, shut it off and unplug it, and then repeat steps 1 and 2. I have found that after a while, the device stops charging on its own (which drains the battery without you knowing it) and then when you go to use it, you can't because of a dead battery even though it was plugged in. Like I said, the best way to get around this problem is to unplug the and then plug it back in every 30 mins or so to keep it charging. A good way to know if your MP3 player is still connected and charging is to add tracks to it. If the download bar stops moving forward, then that means your device is no longer connected and charging. It also means that you will have to replace the file that you tried to put in the player.
Hello, Try resetting the MP3 Player. Turn it on, connect to your computer, press and hold the play button for 10 seconds and disconnect from your computer. wait 5 seconds and connect back to your computer. When charging always leave the MP3 player in the on position.
Hello, Try resetting the MP3 player. turn it on, connect to your computer press and hold the play button for ten seconds. unplug it wait 10 seconds and plug it back to your computer. leave it charging for a couple of hours.
Sounds like we all got a piece of crap at Kmart! I foolishly lost the receipt and now have to deal with the manufacturer, whom I can't seem to find. Our KZ111 looks like it's charging but won't turn all the way on. We get 2 funky little scenes 1) a snowboarding cat or something , then a yellow screen and then a scene with a paper airplane or something then black. My computer wont recognize the hardware (MTP player) on the add hardware menu.
you may replace the battery, it is defective some chargeable batteries have a life span of 2years defending on the frequency of usage. you may change with the same specs although different brand as long the same output and input voltage
One thing that I have found that works is that you slide the switch to the "ON" position, but don't press play to turn it on all the way. Do this BEFORE plugging it into your computer. I have had the mp3 player fro a year or two and I have charged it about 15-20 times.
Ok for the KZ111 and KZ100 audiophase. turn the mp3 player on. then plug it into the computer. the
player will start charging. Go to windows explorer or my computer and you will see it listed as a hard drive. Create a folder called music. you can then drag and drop mp3 files into the music folder. As for charging the battery
my Motorola V170 cell phone has a usb charger. I use it to charge my mp3 player takes about 20 minutes. and the charger in my car for the phone works too. Hope this helps.