Question about Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player
My mom got a free 30 day subscription to rhapsody with her sansa disk mp3 player. She let me download songs onto my Panasonic SV-MP020 MP3 Player as well. I downloaded about 300 songs. It has been ten or twelve days and right now my mp3 player is refusing to play those songs and it says "protected" on the screen whenever I go to them. It happened right after I changed my battery. So, is it the battery? Or does it have to do with rhapsody? And why doesn't rhapsody put a disclaimer on their site, indicating that the songs stop playing after the subscription is up??? Help me!!!
Don't worry about it, simply go plug in your mp3 player to the computer and sign in to Rhapsody. Go to your play list and the songs should be there. Unplug your MP3 player and it should work. You have to do this because the warrant or license on your songs is up and you have to plug in your mp3 player to renew that license to keep listening to it. Hope this helps! It worked for me!
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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