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I had got one more problem

Got another problem!

i cant store any songs in internal memory...........can anyone give me a solution....?

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Re: i had got one more problem

Maybe sounds like bad memory, sometimes products are bad from the manufacturer... I would take it back to where I purchased it... hope this helps ! :)

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