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Not responding plugged my device to pc for charging then plugged it off when it was showing the warning icon do not disconnect without properly ejecting.so it could not be switch on and couldn't respond anymore.then it responded another day, unfortunately my young bother plugged it off again like i did.So what do i do.pliz help

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  • dogystyle Dec 27, 2007

    I unplugged my mp3 player without going through all the proper channels now it wont respond and when it does it stays on a frozen screen how can I fix this problem?

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Try a soft iPod reset. Toggle the Hold switch on and off. (Slide it to Hold, then turn it off again.) Press and hold the Menu and Center (Select) buttons simultaneously until the Apple logo appears, about 6 to 10 seconds. You may need to repeat this step.

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Try turning off the player and then back on again. The battery status should update and show full charge. Restart your PC and reconnect the player and it should appear again.
Simply pulling out the USB cable can cause a communication error, so it's always best to use the 'Eject USB device' option. When you want to disconnect, the player will be listed as an external hard drive when you open up 'My Computer', right click on the drive and select 'Eject'.

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My ipod wont get passed the charge icon and it only stayes on for a few seconds.tryed to restor it but it gets to the apple symbol then goes back to the charge icon


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So with the device plugged into your PC, iTunes open, if it shows up in iTunes eject it, or cancel the prompt to restore a device in recovery mode.

Hold down the Power button for 3 seconds

Without releasing the power button, also hold the Home button for 10 seconds

Without releasing the home button, release the power button and keep holding the Home button for 20 seconds.

iTunes will detect an iPod in recovery mode, let off button and set down device and hit RESTORE in iTunes.

Hope this helps!

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First off, I assume that you have a USB Hard drive that use between computers. One big mistake people make when moving a USB device from the computer is they fail to use the EJECT method. For example, when you go to File Explorer and select a drive from the "This PC" whereby all attached devices are listed and you are able to make a section from the icons showing on the screen. Assume you bring up a USB Drive, use the drive for some reason, and then when finished, you simply PULL the USB drive out by hand. NO! Use the eject format to disconnect the USB drive so you do not create STATIC Charge. Down at the lower right side of the computer screen is a ^. Hit that and Icons come up. An Icon that looks like a USB device (may be upper left) is the safety removal tool. The hard disc you have may have been statically charged and thus the FORMAT may have been damaged. Without a format, the drive is not capable of being read. Repair programs have the ability to read sectors and lift data that was lost to a Format problem.

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Not sure if player is charging


QUESTION ONE:
Can you see it in "My Computer"? It will show under "Removable Drive/Storage"

QUESTION TWO:
Double click the removable drive to open the folders. Can you see your music, photo and movie folders?

QUESTION THREE:
Can you see the player in Coby Manager - under the "DEVICE" tab?

QUESTION FOUR:
When disconnected from the computer, how long can you listen to the Coby player before it goes off?

If not present in My Computer or in Coby Manager/Device Tab, then it is not plugged in correctly.
a. Disconnect the player from the computer.
b. Wait for it to cycle through "Please Wait" and "Updating Library" screens.
c. Make sure the player is TURNED OFF
d. With player TURNED OFF, reconnect wire to the player then to the computer.
e. You will see a USB connector icon on the player screen and the player charging.

It will appear to be charging all the while it is connected to the computer.
After it has been plugged into the computer for an hour, it should be well charged unless the battery is completely run down. In that case, you need to do an initial 8 hour charge - with the coby player OFF - through the computer. (This one got me when I first got my player!)

f. Use the Coby Manager to disconnect the player (Found HERE CobyMedia Manager fix for MP822 (Windows XP/2000/Vista)

1. Open Coby Manager
2. Go to the DEVICE TAB
3. CLICK on EJECT Button in lower right hand corner.
4. It will have a pop-up screen to ask "Do you want to eject?" Click YES.
5. The second pop-up screen will tell you "The device can now be safely removed from the system."
6. Disconnect the player from the computer.
7. The Coby will now show "Please Wait..."
8. It will take the Coby about 10 minutes on the "Please Wait" screen and then on the "UPDATE the Library" screen - Be PATIENT

You should now have enough battery power to use it. To check the battery level,

1. Turn on the player
2. The battery icon is in the upper right hand corner of the screen - it is ALWAYS RED until it starts to go down... I've not had mine down very far, but believe the red line gets shorter as the battery is wearing down.

Hope this helps.

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Charging device: Plug the device into computer. You can unplug the device any time you want without problem with device
If your device's battery has empty, you need 3 hrs to charge to full.
If you want to check battery level during devive plug into pc: (set up MTP or Auto mode) open My Computer, right click on icon of the device, select Properties, it shows you batteries level

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Don't know how to reject the ipod nano when charging at computer


  1. Once the iPod is attached to the iPod and USB port in the computer, an icon will appear at the bottom of the computer desktop. The icon is from removing the USB Mass Storage Device
  2. Now, click on the enject icon and it will show which drive the USB cord is attached to. Once the icon is clicked on, the iPod will show an arrow going down and reading "OK to disconnect". Once able to disconnect, the USB cord can be removed from iPod.
  3. Another way to eject the iPod from USB cord is through iTunes. Once anything you want sync'd to your iPod is complete, a message will appear on the iPod reading, "OK to disconnect". Just like it did on the ejecting icon on your desktop.

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well u can turn off from desktop but clicking the USB icon eject.Then then the message plug in device will go away......


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The player shows the "OK to disconnect" when it is idle. As the message says, it's ok to disconnect, as the player will not corrupt if disconnected when it is idle.

These messages mean that the player does not need the "Safe to remove" procedure.

It is ok to disconnect part way through charging. Also the player will condition the battery once it is fully charged, so it's ok to leave it charging.

Occassionally batteries can "memorise" when constantly disconnect and reconnected without fully charging and discharging. To help prevent this, fully discharge the player (leave on until dead) and fully charge and condition (leave charging for about 12 hours) every couple of weeks or so.

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Charging ipod 4gb


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Ejecting is when you remove the iPod from the desktop by dragging its icon to the trash or clicking on the down arrow next to the iPods name from within iTunes.

If you use the library computer, usually a Windows based OS, you'll need to click on the iPod icon from the task tray on the lower right of the screen. You can right click to select the remove option

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Do Not disconnect message


if you don't eject the iPod, that is what will happen.

 

to eject it alternatively, what you should do is go into control panel\system and find the device manager.

 

You should find it under removable drives. click it and and select disable.

 

Then it should be ejected.

 

hope this helps.

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