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A removal icon is usually associated with a device mounted as a drive (an MSC device) because windows may delay/cache writes to it. If you're using a music player like Rhapsody or WMP to access the device (as an MTP device), it handles the transfers without buffering, so you don't need windows to unmount before disconnecting. The sandisk can be accessed either way (though there's an option in its menus to force it to be MSC).

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