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Sync notice To continue listening to your subscribtion tracks, please sync your device. then after that happens a song title comes up giving you the option but when u press play the notice comes up again and the song track numbers on the upper left start counting

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Re: sync notice

You just go into ur mp3 and in your setings it will ask u to deleat all songs and u say yes then u just put the songs u want back in

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well i had same problem try this
1.take all songs to computer (and pictures ,movies)
2.make sure your computer dont shows hidden(needed files) files.. if you are using xp or vista do this controll panel/folder options
3. delete all music,pictures,movies on your mp3/mp4 ( dont delete any thing other!! )
4.pull the music back to it
/it worked for me well well hopes it works

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