- Step 1
Check the back and bottom of your MP3 player for a battery. If you see a latch of some type, open it up. You will see the batteries that your MP3 player uses. If you have an iPod, most likely, it is charged with a USB port. So, on it, look for a USB connection area, which is usually a square piece of metal that sticks out the end of it.
- Step 2
Find a dealer for your MP3 player battery. The easiest way to do this is to check the Internet or call the dealer at which you bought your MP3 player from. This process will help you find out who carries your MP3 player battery. After you get this information, go get your battery.
- Step 3
For MP3 players that are charged with USB ports, find a computer or USB charger. The cheapest way is to stick your MP3 player into a port on the back of your computer. Check the manual for the time it takes to charge your MP3. If you don’t like this method, you can pay for a USB charger. It is usually can sit on a table or counter and be plugged into a wall. You can just stick your MP3 player into it and allow it to charge in this way.
- Step 4
Keep track of the replacement or charging of your MP3 player battery. You can keep track by writing it down on a piece of paper and taping it to the back of your MP3 player. By doing this, you will always make sure that your MP3 player is ready to go when you are ready to listen to it. If you enjoy working out with an MP3 player or using it on the job, this is key. You always want to have a spare battery for your MP3 player handy or access to a USB port for charging.
- Step 5
Check for a change in batteries if you upgrade your MP3 player. This can happen if you upgrade your MP3 player. So keep an eye out for it.
Monday, November 16, 2009
How to Replace the Battery on an MP3 Player