Question about Samsung YP-MT6X MP3 Player
I have 1G memory in my MP3, and the other day, when I turn on the MP3, it just told me I have no free memory and then turn itself off. If I try to reformat the MP3 on the computer it would just freeze the computer instead... Not sure what happened. Can anyone help?
To fix the "no free memory" problem, all you have to do is reinstall the program or try installing it on a different computer. Once installed again, the device is able to update properly. Cheers.
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
That's ridiculous! As long as the battery size is the same (i.e. AA or AAA) it shouldn't matter. Also, this is a flash-based MP3 player thus there is no hard drive. Although I am not 100% sure, the firmware (internal software or memory) of the MP3 player maybe screwed up. Follow the link below and download the newest firmware for your MP3 player and make sure you download and install the correct one as there are a few similar models (i.e. YP-T6 vs YP-MT6). Read and follow the instruction carefully and it should fix the problem if it is because of corrupted firmware/internal file-system. This hasn't happen to my Samsung YP-MT6Z 1GB MP3 player yet but this trick works everytime my Rio Forge MP3 players has internal memory problem. http://www.cczclan.com/yp-55download.asp
Posted on May 30, 2007
I am having the same problem on the Samsung YP-T6 and i think it is because i might have fried the harddrive by putting in a non-alkaline battery in it. its like trying to plug in a american plugin into a plugin in germany, you blow up the house...
Posted on Jan 26, 2007
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