Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
I let one of my friends load songs onto my Sansa MP3. It was okay in the morning. But when I tried to play some songs later on in the day (selecting the "Play All" option) the MP3 began flipping through the songs automaticly. Then, being the dumb kid I am, I restored it to factory settings and started playing around with it more. Now, when I go to listen to music, it shows up as "0 Files". I plugged it into the computer to check it and it still has MP3 files still on it. I also checked the Information on the front menu and it says I have 969MB used up memory.
:\. I want it to not say "0 Files" anymore.
I looked inside, and to my surprise (having opened other MP3 Players)
there was a small watch battery that obviously powers the saving of
So in the next day or two I will be changing this battery to see if it does indeed power those setting for changing thing like:
MTP -> MSC (which on Auto goes straight to MTP)
Posted on Dec 03, 2007
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