Can I cahrge my Samsung mp3 player using my ipod shuffle docking station
I have just bought the samsung yp-z5 mp3 plyer, and there was not a uers guide in with the product. I am trying to charge the mp3 player using my ipod shuffle docking station, can I do this by using the usb cable? how will know when the battery is charged? or when it is charging?
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I don't understand people, why pay for a docking station... when all you need is a connector from you headphone input on the player to your stereo or boom-box which has an auxiliary input. The plug you can get at any store and it only cost about 3 - 10 dollars. The plug has the same end you use on your headphones and the other end is the same as the input connectors for your stereo unit. That end would have the 2 connectors (usually red and white) that you use when connecting units to your stereo's auxiliary input. Connect and listen to your music.
Or you can buy and fm transmitter for your player and listen to your music via a fm radio station. Cost about $20 or more... depending on the name brand.
Here is the user manual for your player if you need it;
Page 18 states that you can only sync with wmp 10, there is no alternative software that will do the job.
Hope this helps :)