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Trek store i.beat mood 2gb (no fm)

Hey just wonderin if anyone else has this problem. when i am playin a track if the song gets even remotly loud then it begins to skip. its really annoyin cos it happens all the time so i am constantly puttin the level up and down :@

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SOURCE: my fm raidio on my i. beat emo mp3 player

Just turn on your trekstor, go to fm radio.
Then wait for the program to respond.
After that, there will be a button on top of the power button, press it once.
It will open up a menu showing US Band, and EU Band. Select either and press scan.
Wait for the scan to complete, then enjoy your radio.

Posted on Mar 17, 2009

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"Thank you for requesting information from your TrekStor Service Team.

The reason for the described malfunction may be a damaged firmware. We recommend to reinstall the current firmware on your i.Beat mood. You can download the firmware for the i.Beat mood from our web sites at http://www.TrekStor.de/en/index.php. Choose "Service" and then your MP3 player.

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http://www.fixya.com/support/t198710-not_able_use_crashed
Afterwards, your i.Beat mood can be handled as usual. Moreover the MP3 player should be accessible again under My Computer.

We know that you as a customer have the choice and we thank you for having decided for TrekStor."

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