Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If it has a inbuilt battery i think u can just connect it to the computer and charge it
Posted on Aug 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mp3 player
Well, charging the battery alot may cause it to malfunction. So you have to charge your battery only when in is near zero (empty), and for no more than 8 hours depending on what device you use. Now your battery is dead, so you got to replace it. Goodluck
Posted on May 25, 2007
SOURCE: regarding my mp3 player
you can probably buy a USB cable at somewhere like Tandy or Dick Smiths with the correct plug on the end to plug into your MP3 player. If not I would contact Samsung and see if they can sell you one and send it to you. YOu then just plug it into your MP3 and plug the other end into a USB hub on your computer and it should charge.
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
Anyway, if you have Motorola, you can use it charger for charging mp3 :) (My Aunt have Motorola mobile phone, and I used her charger for charging my MP3 :)) Sorry for weak English :P
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
it could be the battery that is dead, however it is more likely that the chargers your are trying do not match the voltage needs necessary to charge it. just because a charger fits does not mean that it will actually charge it. LI-ion batteries are VERY picky and some can explode (literally EXPLODE as in bang, where did my hand go) if the wrong voltage is applied. here's the thing, most devices have a fail-safe built into them so that you cannot mess up the battery unfortunately the first charger you tried could have fried this making it unchargeable the reason the other charger works is because when a proper voltage is applied the power is split between running the device and charging the battery (this is cut off if too much power is applied) the actual battery takes very little power to charge you should look up the player via google and take not of the voltage and amperage needed to charge it these are important, there is a good chance it will still work. just buy the proper cable to hook it up to the PC this should charge it however that's not a guarantee the olympus mr100 for instance, would not charge via PC only with the dock and wall adapter. good luck and i hope this helps!
P.S. there is still the possibility that the bat. is fried and you may need a new one.
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
SOURCE: my sansa mp3 player wot turn on
hi my SANSA model: e260 is not working all :-( i got 2 charger and none still not working....should i get new battery ? or cable?
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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