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Error deleting folders

Can't copy music into a newly created folder. Can't delete folders and says that the folder has been stopped or disconnected

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  • strawberry20 Nov 23, 2008

    I can add a folder to my sandisk but i can't add music into a newly created folder and I can't delete a newly created folder. I go through limewire to get my music

  • Anonymous Mar 17, 2014

    I don't need a Mailbox, create new, folder on my mobile phone and I want to delete it.

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You cant transfer songs to the device just by adding them to the player..thats not the proper way of doing it...the best way for you to do it is to use a program such as windows media player and more....What folder are you trying to delete? I wouldnt reommend you to delete folders from your device because you might end up deleting the wrong folder..
If you have any questions...feel free to let me know
I hope that helps..
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