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Note If the device includes rechargeable batteries, trying to recharge alkaline or other non-rechargeable batteries in the device causes the flashing red light condition. If alkaline batteries are used in the device, the device should not be recharged. The flashing red light condition can also occur if the spring that holds the battery is loose and does not hold the battery securely.

Yepp was Samsung Electronics' digital audio player brand until Samsung decided to retire most of their family brands in February 2011.[1] From then on, their MP3 players were simply branded "Samsung" worldwide until they discontinued all of them in late 2013. The brand included a wide range of hard-drive based as well as flash-memory based players. The name is claimed to be an acronym for "young, energetic, passionate person".

The Samsung T10 is a flash memory (2, 4 and 8 GB) based Yepp portable media player (model name YP-T10) produced and developed by Samsung Electronics. As the newest player of the T series, the T10 abandons using the controls of the T9, but adapts the K3's.

The YP-T5 is a flash-memory digital audio player that supports MP3, WMA and Secure WMA (DRM) and records in WMA and MP3. It also supports SRS WOW HD and has an FM tuner. Its backlight color is adjustable. Most of the controls are provided by a jog, which has separate backlight (blue). The YP-T5 weighs 30 grams, and is powered by a single AAA battery which provides about 12 hours of continuous play. The YP-T5 is available with capacities of 128 and 256 MB.

The YP-F1[15] is a necklace-like style flash digital audio player with an LCD screen. The faceplate of the player is swappable, with several color options available. Older players had the YEPP logo on the faceplate, while later models had just the SAMSUNG logo. Storage capacities include: 128 MB, 256 MB, 512 MB, and 1 GB, although the US did not receive the base 128 MB model. It connects to a computer with a USB cable to charge the 10-hour (claimed) lithium-polymer battery and transfer files. It supports the MP3, WMA (and WMA DRM), WAV, ASF, and Ogg formats. It can receive and record FM broadcasts, and supports voice recording. The size is 1.14" x 2.5" x 0.6".

Z5(F) is a flash-based digital audio player, made by Samsung Electronics. The interface for Z5(F), which implements transparency effects, was designed by Paul Mercer's Iventor software design company. Paul Mercer previously founded Pixo, the creator of the iPod's operating system. The Z5F has some features, such as an FM radio and a dictaphone, not provided on the Z5.

Released in 1999, this flash-memory audio player has a maximum of 64mb storage (YP-E64), but also came in a 32mb version. The memory could be upgraded with SmartMedia. It supports MP3 music, which was originally transferred using a parallel cable (later changed to USB 1.0). It came with a multi-line non-backlit LCD screen, which could display three lines of text as well as icons on a top row. The front of the device was made of aluminium and the back and buttons plastic. It featured a voice recorder, phone book and EQ settings.

I have Brought a Wireless Charging pad for my Samsung Galaxy A11. I went through my Setting and looking under battery and more Battery setting I just tap fast Charging. I put my phone on the Wireless charging pad. But its coming up with Red flashing. Does mean its not compatible for Samsung Galaxy A11. or is it Error Detected or is it Low.I tried find out why. what should i Do I tried everything.


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