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Display name I foolishly typed a silly name as my 'display name' and now it appears everytime i turn on the Player. When I go into 'change display name' i can scroll through the alphabet options, but can't delete the text that i originally typed.

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Re: display name

You need to press & hold the "-" minus key to erase the text. Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

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Click the "Continue" button.
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You can personalize your music player by changing the appearance of your background. This will also help you to read the screen while making the icons easier to see.Follow the instructions below to change the display settings on the device.

Things You'll Need:Owner's manual,mp3 player

1.Turn on your MP3 player and use your keypad to select "Setup." Push the center button on your keypad to highlight "Display" on the Setup menu.

2.Use the keypad to scroll though the languages on the Display Menu. Push the center button on your keypad to choose one.

3.Scroll down the menu to the "Brightness" options. Press the right arrow on your keypad to increase the screen's brightness, or press the left arrow to dim the screen.

4.Scroll down to the "Wallpaper" selection on your Display Menu. Use the arrows on your keypad to scroll through the different backgrounds for your MP3 player.

5.Change the icons on your MP3 player. Scroll down to "Appearance." Use the arrows on your keypad to scroll through the different icon choices.

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Make your own background by downloading photos from your computer.Dim the brightness in low light situations to save battery power.

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I face the same problem as described by KM1234, in Nov-14. I follow the instructions provided by hunter19_46m, but songs do not appear, so I cannot delete them. Please tell me another way that enable me...

This problem may have been caused by the USB mode of your player being changed. You can try this:
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