Samsung yepp/ YP-T6 reformated now can't put tunes back on.
I have had my Samsung yepp/ YP-T6 for 3 months.
Needed to change the music so tried to save a WMA onto it . I had been saving MP3`s previous. It said there wasn`t enough space when there was. I reformated the player and now it won`t save any new files! Please help!
Re: Samsung yepp/ YP-T6 reformated now can't put tunes...
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.
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Re-format? Insert it into your pc, and right click the folder from "my computer" and select "re-format" This will whipe your mp3 players files completely so you will have to put your music files back on.
One of the typical problems people run into with MP3 players is that they lose the software that came with the player and can't figure out how to get music on or off the player. So here's a quick how to. This will work with most brands of MP3 players, or even USB flash drives.
First you need to plug it in to the USB port, if you are running anything newer than windows 98 you won't need a driver. Double click on my computer and it shows up as a removable disc(usually drive letter f:), double click this drive to open it as folder. This folder will show you all directory's and files on your player, here you can delete any songs on your player by finding the file and deleteing it. From here you can also put your music onto the player by copying and pasting your music files from your hard drive. If you are not sure where your music is located you can run a search by clicking START>SEARCH>FOR FILES OR FOLDERS (if you are running XP click pictures music or video, check music then click search, each file will have it's location in small print below it's name, or you can right click each song and hit copy, then go back to f: drive and right click and hit paste, you can copy more than one).
Hope this helps.
I have had the same problem several times. Each time I needed to flash the firmware. Go to Samsung.com support > download center > type in the model number (yp-mt6) click on firmware, and download the version that corresponds with your device. install the firmware updater on your computer, plug in your device. and flash the firmware. (this will erase ALL songs and settings so you will want to back those up first). After that its like brand new. Kepe the updater handy, I fixed this the first time, and it kept reoccuring every few months.
Yp-t9 can only play svi files.First convert those mp4 files into avi or wmv files.And use samsung media studio to put them into your yp-t9.The samsung media studio will convert ai and wmv files to svi.Or jus try to convert those mp4 files with Samsung media studio.It converts sometimes.
I had my YP-T7J since 2005 and it's only when I started to use Windows Vista that this problem occured. Since I just Synced the player with my media library, I just reformated the player just to delete the recorded audio and then just synced back the music files. Kind of a tedious work but it's worth it. There is no longer support for 2005 Samsung media players.