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Although the Android phones and tablets can add (micro) SD cards, that will not extend the internal memory. You should see the SD card as a extra hard disk. As soon as you installed extra apps, and the phone is telling you the memory is full, you only can free memory, by deleting apps from the main memory.
If you thought I can buy a phone with less memory, because the SD cards are very cheap and will extend the internal memory, you made an error. New phones from Samsung now get more than 10 Gbyte of apps, you even can't remove. So only about 5 Gbyte is free to use for other apps and messages.
Next phone, take one with lots of internal memory, if you like to install other apps.
Check to see if your device memory is full. If this is the case, you may have to delete some files to create space for your songs. Are there movies that you have already seen still on the device? Delete them if you do not need them any more as a single movie file can sometimes take up enough space for 100 songs.
A way to check the memory is to click on your Ipod name in itunes and it will take you to the device information.
Hope this is helpful.
You can repair your device using this steps: Please install Philips Songbird software on your computer and then launch the program. If you don"t have it can be downloaded from Philips website. In the Philips Songbird menu bar (at the top), click on the Tools pull-down menu and then select Repair My RAGA. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the repair procedure. I hope it will be successful. Thanks. gylacz
Here is the link from where you can download the device manual of the quoted model:
Enter the text, you see on the screen to start the download.
Once the manual is downloaded, goto the page 92 of the manual.Your required information is under the heading " Formatting Memory (Format)". Follow the instructions to format your device.
The GoGear allows you to make voice or FM radio recordings and saves the recordings to the internal memory. The internal memory is limited and the GoGear may show the message "Memory Full" when trying to save recordings. When you receive this message, plug the device into the computer and delete any extraneous files or files you no longer want to keep on your device. This will free up memory so you can save more recordings or place additional music files on the GoGear.
I recommend you to reset your device If the solution above didn't solve the problem :.
Take a small object like a paper clip and use the edge to stick into the small reset button on the side next to the usb connection .
Or Try [ power + volume up button & hold for 3 seconds ]
Your mp3 player has two types of memory in it. The hard drive (where the music and photos are stored) and the Ram (where the firmware and active files are temporarily hosted).
When you soft reset your GoGear, it flushes the RAM, and restarts the operating system (which is why the contents of the hard drive does not get erased).
You can "hard reset" the device, by formatting the drive and resetting it to factory defaults in the Settings field. This is the closest thing to a "hard reset: that's available with an HD based MP3 player.
Use the Samsung Firmware Updater to fix it. Mine did what all of you are speaking about. I was ready to toss it then I tried the firmware updater on the CD and it fixed it. You must copy all the files from the \setup\Programs\ and \setup\Binary\ folders on the Samsung CD to a folder on your hard drive. Then connect the player via USB and run stupdaterapp.exe. It will search for the device and pop up a menu. Check the Format Data Are box and click start. It takes a few minutes and wipes the device clean but it fixed mine.