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How do you delete voice recordings?

Can you delete voice recordings?

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Connect your sansa to the computer via usb. (assuming you have windows) Now go to "My Computer". If your sansa is in automatic mode, it should show up as "sansa c205". Double Click on that. Now double click on "internal memory". (If you don't have that, just skip it) Now double click on "recordings". Double click "Voice". Now a list of your recordings show up. Simply delete the ones you don't want, such as "001" and "002".

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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