I've only had my sansa MP3 player about 2 weeks. It's battery was low, and it has the rechargable kind, so I pluged it in. Now, When I try to turn it on, it says SanDisk then goes black again, and nothing happens.
Yea I had the same problem. Do you have one of those "Music Power Duet" thingies that you plug into the wall? You can also charge the Mp3 player off of that and it sometimes works. If not, just use a screw driver to take the back off and get the battery out for a few seconds and put it back in, unless you don't have a narrow screw driver in the first place.
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you are spoiling the battery.you should not charge it to 6hr,well 1hr-2hr is very suffiecent. problem with your battery.so use it and recharge it when it says low battery. recharge it only 2hr not more than that.
Have you tried recharging the MP3 player? I too have a Sansa Clip which I play in the car so I don't often see the "battery low' message, but when I recharge it the MP3 player works again. I understand it takes longer to recharge from the computer so I bought a recharger I plug into the wall.
just re plug it and see what happens or.. if you have wall mount charger with a usb connect .. then us it ... and if all fails... open ur player and disconnect the batter for a minute and reconnect it and then put it to recharge...
let me know what happnes..
recharge it by plugging it in to the USB port. your sansa should have come with a USB cable and the ports are pretty easy to find.
almost all types of earbuds or earphones are compatible with the sansa system, so if you just go out and buy some you should be fine.
is it connected properly?there should be a green line going back & forth on a "battery" if the battery is no good,theyre cheap on Ebay.Make sure its new,check shipping costs as they vary.Open up the back-4 screws.Lift out battery.FULLY recharge.Very easy.
u have to wait till the screen will be black. I had the same problem with my sansa. it can lasts 1 or 2 days. after screen is black and then do following:
2. change lock switch to orange position
3. Press and hold rec button (at left side)
4. while pressing the rec button, turn the player on
5. it will appear the boot menu. connect the USB cable and try to continue the firmware
6. if it doesn't work, do a firmware downgrade. download this file:
7. execute the application while in boot mode