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WILL NOT STAY ON, SAY THERE IS NOT ENOUGH SPACE

MP3 WILL NOT STAY ON, SAYS THERE IS NOT ENOUGH SPACE FOR MUSIC DB. PLEASE FREE 30MB. I ONLY HAVE ABOUT 15 SONGS SAVED ON IT.

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Hi,

Reset the Mp3. If not worked, Format it!!!

It would fix the issue.

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Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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