Re: Where to get Relpacement Battery for Samsung...
I replaced my battery with an old cellphone battery from samsung that was going to be thrown away. You probaly can find one on ebay for about $10. Make sure it is a square 3.7 liion recharageable battery. You may not need to do all of this if you find one just like the one in the player. But it may cost you about 20 - 30 bucks. Only do this if you are sure of what you are doing. I just break up the battery pack and open up the player. This is where it gets tricky. Unplug the battery and put it aside. Examine both batteries. Cut the green plastic from the player battery. Careful. There will be a circuit board on the one from the player. The idea is to remove it with the metal connectors than place it on the cellphone one. Make sure you place it the right way. Than tape it up tight with electrical tape. So it can fit back in the player. They plug in and charge for 4 hrs. And there you have it. If the player can't turn on with out the charger you did not made the connection tight enough on the battery.
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i hav a problem in my samsung yh-925 it's capacity of hard disk is 20 gb when i open my audio player then the error "boot loader ver 1.10" soo please send me this solution fast i m waitng for your reply.
Define upgrade? if you want to update the firmware go to Samsung's support site for the latest firmware and update instructions, however the current version showing there is 1.0 and that's probably the version you have, to check this select Setting, scroll down to and select About.
If on the other hand you are asking about upgrading (replacing) the Hard Disk Drive this is possible but easily destructive and probably no cheaper than an simply replacing it with a new MP3 player given the cost of 1.8" HDD's.
As for video playback, no unfortunately not.