Question about SanDisk Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Mar 14, 2009
How to get rid of the "synchronize to continue music subscription" message if it just appears out of nowhere on your player- this fixed mine when it gave me that message:
First: put it in MSC mode. In My Computer do the following:
delete the STORE.HDS file in the system /wmdrmpd directory of your sansa
import your protected songs into WMP, and resync your protected music (with WMP) in MTP mode
play a protected song and let it rebuild the store.hds file (you will experience severe lag for about 15 seconds as it rebuilds) and the music should play.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Ok, this has just happened to me and heres what you do first make sure its off then turn it on and then go to settings on the menu then change USB mode to MTP then connect it to your computer and leave it connected for about 2 minutes then unplug and when you listen to a song you wont hear so then just choose another song then listen to that and you should hear it and now you should be able to hear the song you first tried and didnt hear.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
1. go to the settings menu on your player
2. go to USB and change it to MTP
3. Plug it into your PC
4. Open My Computer and right click on your player
5. Click on format
6. open windows media player
7. click on library and start adding songs to your player
8. click on "sync" at the bottom of the playlist on the right
9. that should do it!
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
This is what I recieved when I asked a third party for help with this same problem. I worked. Good luck:
The error you are receiving may be
resolved by changing the USB settings within your device. Your device
uses two different transfer modes that are automatically selected by the
device; the primary mode is MTP. MTP mode is what allows the transfer of
the license along with the WMA (Windows Media Audio) title. Can you
please complete the following steps to change the USB setting?
(Please note: Do not connect the device to the computer until step 4.)
1. Power on the device and select 'Settings'.
2. Scroll to and select 'USB Mode' (or 'Mode').
3. Scroll to and select 'MTP' (or 'PlaysForSure Mode').
4. Connect the device to your computer.
5. Open 'My Computer’ > Sansa e280.
6. Delete any WMA (Windows Media Audio) files you see that are of books
you cannot play.
7. Open the OverDrive Media Console and attempt to transfer the audio
Posted on May 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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