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Downloading music I have downloaded songs from my laptop onto my Sandisk. Now while listening to music, some songs get skipped with a message that reads Synchronize to continue your music subscription and the song does not play.

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Re: Downloading music

This happned to mine also. what you should try is using like a windows media player and going to sync and sync the songs to the player

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