Question about Samsung YH-820 MP3 Player
Okay, if it was an Apple iPod, then when you connect it to iTunes, you can see an option to restore it. You can restore it to the original settings, with any software, like the original, the latest update etc. It will help you.
If it isn't Apple, please don't call it an iPod and write the correct branded name please to avoid any kind of confusions.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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