Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The problem may be that the batteries are dead and do not charge up to the necessary or expected capacity so try buying genuine batteries and for the player it needs to be off when charging so the AC (alternating current) is transfered and saved into DC (direct current) with out interruption. To keep a charge if your mp3 player has a large LCD (screen) try changing the display to low such that it uses less power during playback and also try avoiding using screen displays for so long as this consumes loads of power.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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