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HELP ME DELETE STUFF

My modle is SA1100 and i cant delete anything of it like songs and voice recordings

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IF YOU HOOK IT UP TO YOUR COMPUTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO DELETE AND MANAGE ALL THE STUFF ON IT USING MEDIA PLAYER. LET ME KNOW IF THIS HELPS.

Posted on Jun 26, 2009

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Cant delete recordings


YOU CAN DELETE YOUR RECORDINGS WHEN YOU CONNECT YOUR MP3 TO YOUR WHEN THE OPTIONS LIKE SONGS,VIDEO OR VOICE COMES CLICK ON VOICE WHICH HAS UR RECORDINGS N DELETE THEM. HOPE ITS HELPFUL.

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Can delete stuff of it


Hello.
You need to plug it to the computer, and go to the folder where there is voice recordings, click on it then you can delete/copy the files there.

May 06, 2009 | Philips SA1100 MP3 Player

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Cant delete folders


You can delete a file by
1.push menu
2.select folder
3.select file
4.press erase once and "delete" will blink on screen
5.press and hold erase to confirm deleting (or press stop to cancel)
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Erase All Folders
1.select folder
2.press erase once and "delete" will blink on screen
3.press and hold record for 2 secs.(Folder/All/Delete will flash at the same time)
4.press and hold erase for 2 secs. again to confirm delete
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If you want to erase all the files in a particular folder will leaving other folders files intact.
1.select folder
2.press forward repeatedly until "All" appears on screen
3.press erase-"Delete" will blink on screen
4.Press and hold erase for 2 secs. and all files in that folder will be deleted
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Cant delete files from mp3 player


While the song is playing press and hold down the MENU button. That should take you to the list of songs otherwise you'll get an option for either File Navigator or Playlists. If so, make sure File Navigator is highlighted, press the OK button (centrally located on lower front). In either case, make sure the song you want to delete is highlighted then press the Record button (the one with the dot on it). Use up or down, if Delete is not already highlighted, then press the OK button.

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Deleting voice recordings


all you have to do is go to all songs list....then you have to select a recording (most likely titled MEC(then some numbers) next hold the back arrow down for about three seconds and a little grey list should pop up....select delete song/recording. that's all you have to do.

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My sansa 1gb won't let me delete songs


To delete files directly from the Sansa player, follow these steps:
1. In playback mode, press the Submenu button.
2. Select Delete.
To delete music files using the computer, follow these steps:
1. Connect your Sansa to the computer.
2. Select Open device to view files using Windows Explorer on initial
connection.
3. Locate the folder where your files are stored.
NOTE: Music files are stored in the MUSIC folder. Voice recording files
are stored in RECORDING folders. Photos and Videos are stored at PHOTO
and VIDEOS folders, respectively.
4. Highlight and delete the desired files.

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VOICE RECORD MEMORY FULL


press and hold the voice recording button (located on the right side of flip up part of screen) the list of recorded things will appear after message that voice is saved, when list appears click Options (left button with - on it located on top of keyboard) and than scroll down and select Delete All than press OK button (located in the middle of cursor buttons)

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Deleting all recordings and some songs


first you go to songs and then go down to recordings, when selecting it you can delete them. also to delete some songs you should hook it up 2 da computer and take it out the music folder.

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Can't get the delete menu to come up


Delete menu only works for voice recordings - if you have no voice recordings, it will not show up. Use Windows Media Player to delete songs.

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Go into my computer, and plug in your mp3 player into the computer. You should see a new button for the mp3 plyr (drive e, i think) click it. U can delete the files form there.

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