Question about Samsung YP-K3 MP3 Player
I turned it on this morning and it still had at least half the battery life left. I tried to turn it on two hours later and now it won't turn on. I plugged it into the computer thinking the battery was dead and nothing is showing up on the screen.
I think i have a solution to your the power not coming on with a charged battery. On the back at the very bottom is a reset button (very tiny), get a saftey pin or tooth pick and press and release. I did this and now i am not hunting down Samsung....Have good day! WhupAzz
Posted on Sep 28, 2007
I've two simple solutions!!!
1. It's like what everyone says, you push the Reset button on the back and plug it in again. Did not work for me though. :(
2. I used this solution instead, I went to Control Panel > Performance & Maintenance > System Open the drives tab and and looked up the mp3's drive. I saw there was a yellow exclamation mark. I then right clicked on that drive and updated it. Voila, it updated the MTP, and DONE! MAGIC! ;D
I hope it works for everyone, good luck!
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
My samsung has the same problem,the battery is full but device do not turn on,when i connect with USB cabel to computer device seems working but do not turn on,on back side of samsung is RESET buttion you can tri tu pusch it maby device start to work,if it not starts then i shink need to revrite software....
Posted on Oct 02, 2007
Yhgjdffghdf STUPID SAMSSUNG I CHARGED IT LIKE LAST SUMMER THEN IT DIDN'T OPEN EVER AGAIN..! AND I LEFT IT LIKE THAT FOR MONTHS TODAY, I PUSHED TH RESET BUTTON AND NOTHING HAPPENED, I CHARGED IT AND NOTHIGN HAPPENED. I HATE THIS MP3 PLAYER.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
I can't find the reset button on my device!
Posted on Dec 26, 2012
BELIEVE ME i have the same problem i did everything but this damn thing wont ever work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted on Aug 04, 2008
Simalar problem to all above plus PC would not recognise the unit when connected. Solved however by going into Device Manager on PC, uninstalling it and then plugging back into PC. As it is all plug and play it took it as a new device and everything working perfectly again.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
My mp3 wasnt working either but after pressing the reset button it worked !! all good now :-) thanks
Posted on Sep 07, 2011
Omg! had this problem with my yp-k3 for 4months now. never used it again, but then i decided to try once more and not getting any luck until I found this site! i followed the "reset button" solution and did magic to my samsung mp3! so happy and thanks guys!
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
Yes, I had the same problem. It was fine before and suddenly it won't turn on nor would my computer detect it when plugged in! I read the solutions here and pressed the reset button and now it's fine :D I wonder what caused this problem though?
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
My Mp3 had half the battery left and this morning when i tried to charge it the mp3 wouldn't turn on.
I found this site and pressed the reset button (which is on the back of the mp3 on the bottom near the right and is really tiny) and the MP3 is working fine now, with no loss of music.
Cheers for the help.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
Stupid thang how am i gonna live now
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
Thanks a lot, I was worry that I broke my friend SAMSUNG MP3 (YP-U2J). After reading all these posts, pressed the reset button which I didn't know it before, plugged into the USB port, and wohla the damn thing came back to life. It was a relief for me. I though I would have to pork out my money and replace it with a new one. Again, thank alot for all the infor.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
Hmm, ii have the same problems with you guys. but once ii reset my mp3 by pressing the reset button, my mp3 works again :D
Posted on Jul 02, 2008
Posted on Jan 19, 2008
Download Mtp Device From Microsoft Site, And Your Done ... Just Let It Charge Take It Off, And On It :D Promise It Works :D
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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