For the problem where it says this I.D doesn't exist, to fix it disable your pop up blocker and then go through the I.D process, once your done, a box will pop up verifying it. once your done you can re-enable your pop up blocker.
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In YP-P2 Manual it says:
If you forgot your Lock password, connect to a
PC and run the EmoDio and reset the password
in <myEmoDio>. For further information, refer to
If you search emidio it doesnt exist anymore so pls use the steps:
1. Go to samsung.com
2. Click product registration3. Follow the procedure and register your product
4. Make sure your media player is connected in the computer when you do this.
5. After that you can reset your password.
Hope this helps!
ATM im having alot of problems with videos on my P2, originally when i first bought it, i am pretty sure it played almost every format, MP4 to flv, but not for sum unknown reason it doesnt, and even the software emodio, (which is ****) wont even recognise these videos and when it does it doesnt even transfer into the emodio library. Really ticking me off. P2=great but there is a few teething problems that you dont get with ipods.
okay, first of all this is probably one of the many other ways you can put videos onto the P2, so how I do it is to convert the video file to "avi" then use "emodio", the software that came with the player (if not with player, you can go to www.emodio.com to download it) then convert the video from avi to svi from there. thats basically it~
Ok well im 14 and I have a p2 myself. Have you plugged in the cord all the way? Thats what happens to me sometimes. I forget to plug it in all the way and then it wont work. Just try that and let me know. It should work though. But was your p2 recognizing it was connected to your computer?
k this is how im getting "through" it, unistall emodio then downlaod it again... when it (emodio) asks you if u want to run the update, cancel it, im guessing it was something in the previous update that screwed us all over but if you skip the update your MP3 should register fine. Ps: dont worry if you re-install emodio ontop of the one you already have it should keep all your songs registered also, but dont quote me on it. hope i helped !!!
The video formats have to be in .svi thats the only format the player can pick up, emodio or the media player should do this. If not you could try to download a file converter and convert them into the right format maybe.