Question about Insignia Pilot MP3 Player
Well it WAS unknown .... after trying to add music to the player last night I gave up after having syncing errors and other similar issues. This morning I looked at the device and everything was listed as "unknown" .... decided it might me easier to start over. Apparently a BIG mistake ... I formatted the device and now I have a Full device .... I went from it saying there was 5.8 G free to ZERO free. What now???
Still can't explain the unknown status of all the files on the device, but I turned the device off for several minutes and when I returned it had zeroed out leaving an empty device ready to reload anything I wanted. I guess I initially cycled it off and on too quickly.
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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