The tiny LED where you plug the charger in should turn from red to blue when the LYRA is fully charged. If it stays red, I would have to say that you need a new battery. Search for an NP-120 or a D-L17 camera battery on the web. It will work as a replacement.
a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
the service is completely free and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. goodluck!
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
More then likely you powered the unit on before it had enough of a charge to operate, Chargers for these types of tablets are way to little power for these things, will hold the charge when you use it but will not charge the unit when you use it, needs to go into standby to charge. Hold the power button and see if you can get a reboot screen or a turn unit off screen. Turn the unit off fully let it charge up alll the way then powere the unit back on. Should reset it. If not look for a small hole in the unit that says reset. push this and see what happens.
You need a USB cord that goes into the port to the left of where the micro SD card plugs in. Go to this link and they will send another cord, or you may have one that came with a camera. Make sure the unit is turned on when charging. Select(dark background) the USB charge in the menu that comes up when you plug in the cord. http://www.machspeedstore.com/wp/registration/
I swore it off as Junk untill I took the time to figure this out.
When charging the power swith needs to be in the "ON" position.
Charge for around 3-5 hrs.
To turn device ON You hold down the Play/Pause button for quite some time, (much more time than expected from other players,cellphones or devices) the unit should power up and display "ECLIPSE".
I thought I was "taken" and strange when I saw the link for Qresolve within the files of something that did not work.
Theres even an EQ feature in the Menu and the sound is pretty decent. Good Luck!
First, start with the easy stuff - remove the battery and press the reset button - hold down for about 10 seconds. replace the battery, attach your AC adapter and attempt to start the player. If it still won't start, you may have a damaged DC-In connector OR the charge circuit may be bad - a TI Chip on your main board sometimes goes bad - it can be replaced. Also, if the battery is absolutely dead - no charge left at all, the player will not start even with an AC adapter
I have seen this problem before with these units. It is generally caused by not following instructions when disconnecting the unit from the usb cable. The software interrupts the charge port signal between the battery and the dci processor. The unit will function just fine and nothing will seem wrong until the battery runs out completely. There is a simple fix for this but it is not necessarily an easy one.
1. Take apart the case of the unit. The easiest approach to this is to carefully pry apart the case at the sd card port with a small prying tool or butterknife. Take care with the large clips at the ends and corners of the unit that hold it together. You will most likely break every one of the smaller case clips on the sides when the case comes open. This is fine. The case will still hold together very strong with only the larger end clips. Remove any broken side clip pieces before putting the case back together so the case will close snug and tight.
2. With the case apart, note where the battery connects to the board and unlug it. Find a small ac adapter of about 5.5 volts to 9 volts but with no more than 600 milliamps output voltage. This will need to have a recessed tip on the male adapter prong like the one pictured in this url--- http://www.elderly.com/images/accessories/ACC/PS200R.jpg --- If you have technical knowledge in electronics and the right equipment then you can use an adjustable power supply with stinger tips to penetrate the battery plug. Note on the picture that the back of the adapter tells whether the positive or negative is located inside or outside the tip. BE SURE NOT TO CROSS THE LEADS WHEN TAPPING INTO THIS CONNECTION TO CHARGE THE BATTERY!!! Once the battery has died completely and the system becomes unresponsive the dci processor and charge port resets automattically but will not charge with out some power on the battery and since the battery is completely dead you must charge it for a moment in order to get the unit to acknowledge the reset and start taking a charge on it's own. on the battery red is positive. Connect the battery leads to the adapter using small wire leads for 30 secs. Replug the battery into the units board and turn on. the unit will power up and a message will come on screen stating that the battery is low and to recharge it.
3. Immediately reassebmle units case carefully and plug in the unit to a charger/usb cord. When unit fully charges ...unplug. That's it! (NOTE: IF YOU CHARGE THE UNIT USING A USB CABLE YOU MUST CLICK THE ICON IN THE SYSTEM TRAY THAT ALLOWS YOU TO SAFELY REMOVE THE UNIT AND THEN DISCONNECT OR YOU WILL SOON BE REPEATING THE ABOVE STEPS!!!)
Hello camerorunner, Most MP3 players can be charged by connecting them to a computer's USB port using the supplied cord. Make sure you are plugging the MP3 player into a USB 2.0 port directly on the computer itself, not on a USB hub. Most USB hubs do not have enough power output to actually charge your player. The player may also be supplied either a wall adapter or car cord that can be used to charge the unit. However, most manufacturers sell these items as optional accessories. Best Regards, Ken "Go Ahead. Use Us."
The Sony MP3 player in question appears to come with ear bud headphones, an ear bud extension cord, USB cable, and software CD-ROM. It does not appear to come with a charger and would require that you have a device with a USB port to provide power to the unit. However you can add an aftermarket USB AC adapter such as this one to allow charging without connection to a computer.
According to the manual, this item can be charged by placing the unit into the docking station and plugging it into the USB port of your computer. The computer can charge the item for you.
The only other way I can think of is if the docking station has a DC input jack available and describes the required voltage for charging the player. If this is the case, you can go to your local Radio Shack and pick up an AC/DC converter with the correct voltage rating and plug it in that way.