I used to be able to do that with my old one, and it never killed it or anything but I'm trying with my new one (I accidentally drowned the old one) and I can't do it. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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That won't work. The electrical connections are completely different. If you're lucky and haven't damaged anything, you can charge it using the Sansa's cable. If you need a cable, you can buy order one from Sansa at http://shop.sandisk.com/store/sdiskus/en_US/DisplayProductDetailsPage/parentCategoryID.11443000/CategoryID.11449200/productID.103565200
The Sansa charges via the USB cable. Fully charged, it should be good for 12-15 hours of playing. Be aware that not all computer USB ports put out enough current to charge external devices. If your computer doesn't charge the Sansa, try a different computer. You can also charge the Sansa using other USB charges, such as you'll see for charging cell phones from a wall outlet or a car cigarette lighter.
I am guessing that the usb hub is not powered. Most usb charing based mp3 players require a certain amount of power in order to be used on the computer or charged by it. I would recommend plugging it into a direct port or buying a powered usb hub.
you probably fried the entire thing. Using the wrong power cord is a big no no as the voltage and amplitude must match or you could easily overload or slug down the product. Sorry but the best advice is learn from the mistake and use the thing for parts as that would void manufacturers warranty.
It sounds like your battery is defective...What i would recommend you to do is to contact sandisk or you can take it to an authorized repair center...If you need the number for sandisk let me know.
I hope that helps
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