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My pictures wont show...

I deleted the sample pictures out of the mp3, and inserted my own pictures. but as i turn on the mp3 to check them out, i still get the same sample pictures in it, and i cant find my personal pictures... what may i possibly be doing wrong?

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Try resyncing with Windows Media Player one more time. Then, disconnect the GoGear and shut it off. Turn the GoGear back on. The correct songs/pictures should now display.

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How can i delete sample somgs from my GoGear MP3 player?

You can do it in two ways:

1. Using Windows Media Player
- Run Windows Media Player on your Computer.
- Click 'Sync' tab and then click on your MP3 player.
You should see all the songs uploaded to your device.
- Select the songs you want to remove and Right click them.
- Click Delete. This will remove the song.

2. Using Windows Explorer
- Connect your mp3 player
- Go to My Computer. You should see the GoGear drive.
- Double click your MP3 Player.
- Double Click 'Media' Folder
- Select the songs you want to delete
- Right click the selection and click Delete

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Then, take so called data recovery program to handle the issue and see if you can grab some or all of the deleted files back. Have a try of Wondershare Photo Recovery. with both Windows and Mac versions provided.

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  • there should be a file that says walkman
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if you have the cable of your MP3 you can connect it to yur computer..

1. go to My computer
2. look for the Icon of your MP3 sample in D: Drive.
3. double click

there you can select what you want to save or delete file.


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1. Make sure the storage card is properly inserted into your device.
2. Tap Start > Programs > File Explorer and navigate to the appropriate folder.
3. Tap and hold the file you want to copy, and tap Copy.
4. Tap the Down arrow () then tap My Device from the list.
5.Tap on My Documnets
8 Tap on My Pictures , select and delete the default pictures from here
9. Tap on Up on the lower left corner
10. Repeat step 8 for files under my videos
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Make sure the mp3 files that you are adding are definitely in Mp3 format, rather than AAC, CDA or WMA. If they are mp3, then check the sampling rate - try cutting the sampling rate in half through Windows Media Player. Also, if you obtained the songs through Limewire, delete all songs from the device, clear out the "Comments" line using the "Advanced Tag Editor" function in Windows Media Player, and then reload them.

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There's always using your computer, go to my computer, select the insignia media drive, look for your music files and delete the music you don't want.

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