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The memory wont fully clear

When i fully delete every file on my mp3 theres only 637 MB remaining instead of the full memory. how do i get the space back?

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The best thing to do here is to format this MP3 player using a computer, Just connect the player to your computer via USB and wait for the computer to recognize the device and if its already recognize, double click MYcomputer icon and you should see there the MP3 player , right click on the MP3 player and select Format and that should bring the original size of the MP3....

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Thank you this was a great solution!!!

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