I’ve got a Sansa Clip+ to mainly listen audiobooks (I was very disapointed by the Ipod for this matter, as it regularly loosed the “bookmarks”) for a month and felt very happy with it.
But today while I was in my car for a long travel on a motorway the sudden and total shutdown (no more screen, no more sound, power button out of order) happened in the middle of my book so I couldn’t reset it (a bit dangerous when you drive !) then I finished my boring trip without being able to listen to my audiobook (which was nice !).
Back home, I came on this forum and find the “reset it” ( “already asked & answered about . . . oh, maybe 1,673 times now” ) solution, and after some attempts, my Clip+ raised from the dead but…I then losed the “bookmark” of the audiobook I was listening.
Two annoying things, isn’t it ?
So my two questions are:
Do I have to expect this intempestive shutdown to happen frequently (as this “already asked and answered 1.673 times” can make me fear it) ?
Does the Sansa Team have a clue about this malfunctionning and then could I/we expect a fix for this in a near future by a forthcoming firmware ?
Waiting for the answer to know if I have to go back to my hated Ipod or to stay with my beloved Clip+…
Message Edited by Jibal on 06-06-2010 09:28 AM
Message Edited by Jibal on 06-06-2010 09:29 AM