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I want to reset my samsung yp-t9

I need to find out how to reset this that way i can delete all the files that are on there now.

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  • pericoscea Nov 20, 2008

    the names of the songs are still in the mp3 but it doesnt play and says..

    to update in computer

    i want to earase everything on it

  • Anonymous Dec 06, 2008

    HOW TO RESET THE SAMSUBNG YP-T9 DIGITAL?



  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    how do i reset, it won't let me delete my files

  • saigal 2 Apr 11, 2009

    mr chris iv tried all this but it still says bluetooth mode f/w 1.72 i dont knw what to do ..i downloaded this firmware from the samsung website..

  • amaro Oct 08, 2013

    First try resetting it it may be froze hold "menu" & "AB/." buttons simultaneously /// .to reset samsung If that don't worl there may be a firmware problem. Go to this web site and type in the problem in the serch bar and it will help you. http://www.samsung.com/support/index.asp

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Complete Solution - includes fix for Bluetooth.
You will need to execute a number of steps to do this:
1 - obtain a copy of the latest firmware from http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/search/supportSearchResultView.do?group=&group_cd=&type=&type_cd=&subtype=mp3others&subtype_cd=&model_nm=YP-T9&dType=D&vType=L&mType=&model_cd=&menu=download&prd_ia_cd=&disp_nm=YP-T9
or (even better) - go to the international site and download a copy of YP-T9 V1.80.zip
2 - Reset - Power off the yp-t9 using A-B and MENU pressed together - hold down A-B and press the POWER button to enter the low-level format mode - press LEFT LEFT RIGHT RIGHT UP CENTRE DOWN - the yp-t9 will now reformat - power off using A-B and MENU together
3 - reload firmware - Power on normally and connect to PC as a USB drive. Move the two files you just downloaded (MUON.ROM and SYSDATA.BIN) into the root of the USB drive - Safely remove the drive - Power on the yp-t9 and allow it to re-install the firmware

If you want to restore Bluetooth functionality you will also need to perform the following steps:

4 - pop the four rubber plugs out of the back of the unit - with a small phillips screwdriver remove the four screws - insert your fingernail into the seam of the unit on both sides and pop off the back - gently (slowly) remove the battery taking care not to place any strain on the connecting wires - copy dowm the 12-digit number on the label under the battery (starts 0016xxx...) - replace battery, back, screws and plugs.
5 - using text editor create a file with the 12 digits (use upper-case letters where appropriate) followed by <enter> key - save it as BT_MAC_ADDR.TXT
6 - connect the yp-t9 and open it using Right click on Start and Explore - find the yp-t9 and drag a copy of BT_MAC_ADDR.TXT into the SYSTEM folder - Safely remove - power on normally.

Hope this helps
Chris

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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Well, another way is you can go to file browser and go to the file you wish to delete. once your at it hold menu until it says delete. press delete and it wil be deleted,

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SOURCE: I need help deleting recorded files or songs from Samsung YP-T10

plug it into your usb port on the computer.
go to 'start' 'my computer' click on the new drive it shows, which will be the mp3
open the mp3 player files, click on video , files, music, or whaterver it is you want to delete. The files will show........click on the one you want to delete and hit 'delete' on your keyboard......done.

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SOURCE: wont recognize my samsung yp t9 mp3

Go to device manager on your computer, go to USB(Universal Serial Bus), find your MP3 player, right-click, and click "update driver" At the new window, click "No not this time" at the next screen, click "Install from a list or specific location", then at the next one choose "Don't search", then click your MP3 and click "next" it will then update to recognize your mp3.

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