Hi, i have a clix 2 with the amoled screen and the screen is screwed up. It works but it isnt as clear and there are lines that go across it. Its more darker and looks screwed up. (it hard to explain). But everything else works---and i need to know how to fix it. Ive tried the reset button and the screen is stil screwed up. If there is anyone who knows of a place where they repair clix 2s? Any help is appreciated. Ive lost the receipt so i cant refund take it in for a refund. Thankyou, Adrian
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If you set up Windows Media Player to autosync to the Clix, then, when you delete songs from the computer (including the wallpaper jpeg), the files also get deleted off the clix. Make sure you have Manual Sync enabled in Windows Media Player (or, more accurately, disable auto-sync).
u will see the side with the screen has an attachment on it. on the other end of the clix there is a rectangular thing that looks just like it. now carefully plug the screen back into it and snap your clix back together. plug it into any charger and PRESTO fixed screen
if it didnt work then your screen is cracked and must be sent back to the company. they do it for free though.
The Clix 2 comes with software on a CD and one of the applications is "Movie Converter". I suspect it is capable of converting movies with different formats into a format that is acceptable for the Clix. However, I have not used it and do not know for sure. Someone else may be able to confirm this.
Wait, do not open it straight away! Here's what I did...last night on my clix 2 4gig...
Put your fingernail underneath the two volume buttons and pull TOWARDS the screen, as if you were going to prize the unit apart with your bare hands (Don't do that obviously.)
As you pull towards you, press down on the volume buttons in turn as much as possible. It's best to have the unit switched ON at the time just so that you can establish whether or not your efforts have any impact on your dead volume.
Do not overpull, it's more of a gentle pressure rather than anything else. After a while you should see that familiar speaker outline and the vol level indicators reappear.
You will be one cheery bunny and live happily ever after playing songs at volumes more suited to your ear drums :)