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Everytime I connect my Samsung Pebble MP3 player, it doesn't show any music files. And it only shows about 2MB of memory left. When I try adding music files, it only allows me to add 3 or 4 files. When I try to play the music on the MP3 player, it beeps in the way it should when there isn't any music on it.

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  • roleykrazy13 Jan 14, 2009

    I have a Mac =]


    Lol. and yes, the Pebble DOES work with the Mac.


    Anyway, when I plug it in, the removable file appears on the desktop.


    I always added the music the same way and it always worked.


    Suddenly when I erased all the music files it had, so I can replace them with new files, they never appeared and then the available space said "2MB"

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Hmm pretty weird try plugging it up to your computer then right click start and click explore then look for a letter that represents your mp3 like say removeable disc :H and if its your mp3 player drag your music into there.

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