Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
I have had my MP3 for about a year, and i use it frequently. One day, however, the MP3 player stopped working and started displaying the message "License Expired". I cant play my music. Does anyone know what this is all about? I use my MP3 player randomly, I have copied some of the music from Windows Media Player and Rhapsody (purchasing all the downloads I add to my player), after not utilizing my MP3 player, I get a message "subscription expired" and the music that I purchased on Rhapsody is no longer able to be played from my device???
If you let your subscription to Rhapsody expire, you will get this message. If you didn't let your subscriptino expire then you will need to synch the files from Rhapsody itself back onto the player - the licenses have to be renewed once a year for some songs - once a month for others. If your subscriptino ever expires, you can no longer use the songs.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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