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You cannot delete a music file directly from the player.You have to connect it to your computer via USB and delete the unwanted files.Please don't forget to rate me if satisfied with my solution.Thanks for choosing Fixya.
Hi, Simply connect your MP3 player with your PC open the songs folder delet the songs which no more needed and copy new songs from your pc and paste it on your MP3 player songs folder.And now your Mp3 player is ready to rock. Thanks for using FIXYA.
I went back to my Napster account and downloaded the music to a cd. I then downloaded the cd to my Samsung Media player and deleted the locked music. Now everything plays. I also discovered that some of my own CDs had locked when I transferred the music to my new computer so I just reloaded them on my computer and deleted the locked cds.
I had this problem with Napster and other tracks that would not be deleted from my mp3 player.
I have the Samsung Sansa m230. Even when I did a new Sync it still retained the old files. Samsungs web page (tech help) does not even list the m230 as a model that I can see. So I connected the mp3 player to my computer with the USB and did a right click to "FORMAT" the device. You get a warning that this deletes everything - which is what you want - and I got all my space back.
Ezy! Open Start menu -"My Computer" and you'll see the YP-K3 player sitting there as a removable device. Now click it and then click Media folder, then Music folder. In there U can easily delete your music and/or add music by copying/pasting INTO that folder.
you may have to reformat the MP3 player by clicking on the drive its listed under and right click and go to Format. Formatting is done with FAT, not NTFS. This will remove any games or other data on it too. Sometimes the reset thing might work. In general, anything you erase from it using a computer should erase off the MP3 player too.
see the manual book of the mp3 player or visit the web site of the player if mp3"s manual book is not available then see the options of the song in options you will have deleting option then you can delete or else visit your near by show room