I HAVE 2 QUESTIONS THEY'RE ABOUT THE iPOD NANO AND THE SANSA FUZE - DO THOSE PRODUCTS COME WITH A CHARGER ALREADY? DO I HAVE TO BUY ONE? OR DO YOU CHARGE IT ON THE COMPUTER WITH THE USB CABLE THAT COMES WITH IT? OR DO I HAVE TO ASK BEST BUY?
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Re: CHARGERS FOR MP3S AND iPODS
For both the iPod and the Fuze you charge the MP3 player by connecting it to your computer's USB port. There are also optional chargers available that you can connect to your car's cigarette lighter or to an AC wall outlet if you want to charge the player and don't have a computer available.
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The Jamo i200 is designed for Apple iPods. The Sansa Fuze is not an iPod, and is electronically incommpatible. In fact, I'm a bit surprised that you haven't irretrievably damaged the Fuze by trying to use it in the i200.
Try to do a hard reset (menu button and center button together for 5sec) while having it plugged into a wall charger. Try different types of chargers. If all that fails you have a broken logic board. It's not too hard to replace the logic board yourself. Here is an iPod Repair Guide that shows how to open an iPod nano. Logic boards are easily available on Ebay. If you want somebody else to do it for you go to iPad Repair
The ipod nanos the smallest product in the Apple iPod line. The fourth generation
Nano comes in two different capacities, each capable of holding
thousands of songs.
The fourth generation iPod Nano comes in 8 GB and 16 GB models. The 8
GB version can hold 2,000 songs, and the 16 GB version can hold 4,000
Song capacity estimates are based on music encoded in Apple's
proprietary format at a standard, average bitrate. The higher the
bitrate, the better the quality. Songs deviating from Apple's standard
(for example, CD-quality music or high bitrate MP3s) will use more disk
Nano's predecessor, the iPod Mini, was released on January 6, 2004, and
was available with a 4 GB hard drive. The Nano was first released on
September 7, 2005, and was the first iPod to use flash memory. It was
first available in 2 GB and 4 GB versions. The fourth generation Nano
was released on September 9, 2008.
The fourth generation iPod Nano is 3.6" tall and 1.5" wide.
The third generation Nano, released on September 5, 2007, was the first
Nano to feature video playback. Storing videos on Nano can dramatically
reduce the amount of songs it can hold.
You could try another video converter like Wondershare Video Converter Platinum I always use, it could convert between all popular Video formats ( AVI, MKV, MP4, WMV, FLV, MPEG etc.) that support all popular portable media players (such as Zune/Zune HD, iPod/iPhone and PSP) and the latest iPod Nano 5G, iPod Touch 3, iPhone 3GS/OS 3.1.
you can only get some videos whose format is compatible with your iPod nano, as i know, mp4, mov, are supported by iPod nano, while wmv can not be played on iPod nano. so you'd better convert your video format before you view them on your iPod nano. here, such program such as any video convert, handbrake,etc. are free but they may have limits or bring some virus. you can try the video converter ultimate, it can help you to convert format easily and effortelessly.
go to itunes.com and dl itunes + quicktime. install and scan pc for songs if u already have songs, otherwise, go to the itunes music store in itunes and buy + dl some musin. plug the cable into your ipod and computer, and transfer