My host family from Japan gave me a sansa e130 and all the instructions are in Japanese so I'm having some troubles figuring out how to work it. I can download songs onto it fine but how do I name them and lable the artist? Anyone know? In English preferably :)
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if you have an American appliance, plug it into the American outlet if you are in Japan. If you have a Japanese appliance plug it into the Japanese outlet if you are in the Americas. Use an adapter to change the cord at the back to plug into a Japanese outlet if you are in Japan.
If Sansa e130 or 140 is version 1.x.x.10, SD card MUST be formatted as FAT (FAT16). Music files need to be on the root directory for better performance. I have a SD card (2 gig) formatted as FAT16 and the music plays good.
I was not able to upgrade my e130 to Version 220.127.116.11 Firmware.
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I had the same problem when I first got the player and selected another language.
I looked at the booklet and figured when first turning it on, hit the down arrow 3 times, then select, then hit the down arrow 4 times then select is how I got to English setting.
I had this same problem. I moved all the files off the device. Went into Windows explorer. Right clicked on the Sansa device (the internal memory, not the expansion card memory. Clicked on format and on the screen that came up I picked "Quick Format." I have just now moved all the music (but not the system files) back onto the player. Turned it on and it is now working. Hope this helps
It might have reformatted the songs by accident. Just try to redounload the songs you want and dont download the ones that you wanted to delete in the first place. This happens a lot with Sandisk e250 mP3 players
The one thing I can suggest is that something must have cracked the screen or disconnected the wire leading to the screen and it is intact enough that the back light will go on. The only thing you can do is send it back and if it under warranty you will receive a new mp3 player. Also make sure you have all the songs on a file on your computer.
Does the battery need replacing? My screen is cracked and it appears the battery discharges quicker than normally.
For now, I check the voltage on my rechargeables before installing them so that I know they are good.
Try putting one song on to see if that will play?
ok i had the same problem and i was searching what to do and found that you have to take out the battery and leave it for 5 minuites WITHOUT a battery in it and then put in the battery and it should work