Question about iSonic SNAPBOX X20 MP3 Player
I haven't used my Snapbox X-20 in a while. Yesterday I finally turned it on and charged on the computer USB charger, only to find that a HUGE chunk of my music (some entire folders) has vanished. The computer, though, says that the space occupied by those files is still in use, and the device confirms this because I can't add anymore files. Is there any way for me to retrieve my files? Please and thank you!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mp3 player
I JUST GOT THIS MP3 PLAYER TODAY, MINE DID COME WITH A MANUAL,DID YOURS.. I BELIEVE YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO LEAVE IT OFF AND PLUGGED IN TO CHARGE. I ALSO WAS HAVING DIFICULTIES GETTING MUSIC TO IT. I HAD TO OPEN THE FILE ON THE DISC WHERE IT WAS LOCATED MINE IS CALLED REMOVABLE DISC G, I AM USING WINDOWS VISTA. RIGHT CLICK ON THE NAME AND A LIST OF OPTIONS APPEARS, 1 OF THEM SAYS FORMAT .CLICK ON THAT YOU WILL GET A WARNING MESSAGE BUT CONTINUE ANYWAY AND THEN USE A PROGRAM LIKE WINDOWS MEDIA TO SYNC MUSIC TO YOUR DEVICE, OR IF PREFERRED YOU CAN COPY/PASTE OR DRAG/DROP. LET ME KNOW IF THIS WORKD FOR YOU. email@example.com
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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