Question about Samsung YPK5JQB MP3 Player
I have the same MP3 player as you. Although I have not come across that particular problem, it appears that somewhere along the transfer the data is lost. Here are a few things to try:
1. Make sure you are in Samsung Media Studio using the latest version.
2. Check the format of your songs. Many times the K5 cannot distinguish between all the songs being the wrong format and not being there. (Samsung Media Studio converts them correctly if you use it.)
3. Reset your K5 by opening the speakers and placing the unit upside down on a table or other flat, smooth surface. under the serial number sticker, to the left of the "Sliding&Tilt" Sticker, there is a reset button. Take a paperclip and bend it so that you have a longer, flat end. Take the point and press the button for 5 seconds, then release. (The reset button is hard to see at first, because the lettering is in dark grey, so look carefully.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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