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Sansa E208r song names and artists apear as random numbers on device

On Rhapsody the artists name and song name appear but when transferred to the sansa they some up as random numbers where the name and song are suppose to be... help???

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Resync. Reformat if necessary.

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Delete songs


Your SanDisk Sansa Player does not allow you to delete files from within the player (But the recorded files can be deleted at the player). Instead I recommend that you follow these steps :

When your player is connected to your computer with the USB connector, you can use your computer file browser software to view all files on your player. Your player will appear as Sansa m240. Follow these steps:

1. Use the USB connector cable provided with your player to connect the USB port on the top of your player to an open USB port on your computer. The player will appear as a Windows Portable Device on your computer.

2. Delete your music files to the player with software tools like Rhapsody, Windows Media Player or Napster Client.

3. To use the Windows Media Player, Rhapsody Client or Napster Client software to delete files to your player please refer to the Windows Media Player, Rhapsody Client or Napster Client help file.

NOTE: While you can store and organize your audio files on your player using folders with names you select, your player will ignore folders and names. Instead, your Sansa player will extract information from each audio file so that you can use the software menu to navigate your files by artist, album title, song title, and other useful criteria.

hope it helps.
Have a nice day!

Sep 06, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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How do you delete stuff on your mp3 player


Your SanDisk Sansa Player does not allow you to delete files from within the player. Deleting Music Files On Your Sansa MP3 Player When your player is connected to your computer with the USB connector, you can use your computer file browser software to view all files on your player. Your player will appear as Sansa m230 or m240. Follow these steps: Playing Music 1. Use the USB connector cable provided with your player to connect the USB port on the top of your player to an open USB port on your computer. The player will appear as a Windows Portable Device on your computer. (Can’t find the USB port on your player? See The Basic Controls section on Page 3.) 2. Delete your music files to the player with software tools like Rhapsody, Windows Media Player or Napster Client. 3. To use the Windows Media Player, Rhapsody Client or Napster Client software to delete files to your player please refer to the Windows Media Player, Rhapsody Client or Napster Client help file. NOTE: While you can store and organize your audio files on your player using folders with names you select, your player will ignore folders and names. Instead, your Sansa player will extract information from each audio file so that you can use the software menu to navigate your files by artist, album title, song title, and other useful criteria.

Aug 27, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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How i do i delete existing audio recordings, or at least tape over the existing ones?


You can download the entire manual here:
Sansa M240
The section regarding your query is pasted below:
Deleting Music Files On Your Sansa MP3 Player

When your player is connected to your computer with the USBconnector, you can use your computer file browser software to view all files onyour player. Your player will appear as Sansa m230 or m240. Follow these steps:
Use the USB connector cable provided with your player to connectthe USB port on the top of your player to an open USB port on your computer. Theplayer will appear as a Windows Portable Device on your computer. (Can't findthe USB Port on your player? See The Basic Controls.)
Delete your music files to the player with software tools likeRhapsody, Windows Media Player or Napster Client.
To use the Windows Media Player, Rhapsody Client or Napster Clientsoftware to delete files to your player please refer to the Windows MediaPlayer, Rhapsody Client or Napster Client help file.

NOTE: While you canstore and organize your audio files on your player using folders with names youselect, your player will ignore folders and names. Instead, your Sansa playerwill extract information from each audio file so that you can use the softwaremenu to navigate your files by artist, album title, song title, and otheruseful criteria.

Jan 13, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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LG dare does not show artist name during playback. It only shows the song title. So, if I have a random playlist set up, with random artists, etc. I only see the song title during playback. If I want to...


rename the file types as follows (artist name - song title.mp3) example (Lit - Miserable.mp3)

otherwise you must edit the song info in each indivicual song from your computer and add the artist name by right-clicking the file and selecting properties........thanks and pls rate this post

Apr 11, 2009 | Cell Phones

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Files from Rhapsody Won't Play


Review: Sandisk Sansa e260 mp3 player - Personal Computer World go to this site and see if any of there downloads can help if not email them

Jan 24, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Cant arrange songs according to my way


I used ID3-TagIT to change the album name of my songs to the name of the folder on my Sansa c250 that I want to put the songs in. Open your Sansa in My Computer, double click on Internal Memory and open the music folder. Add a new folder and name it whatever you put in for the album name of your songs. Highlight all your songs and drag and drop them into your folder. Don't use media player to sync or they end up all mixed up in different folders.

Nov 11, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa c250 (2 GB) MP3 Player...

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SanDisk Sansa E260


Resync using Windows Media Player instead.

Aug 14, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Artist showing up as unknown


In the cd's the artist isn't named and if you want the artists names you need to right click with your'e mouse and click rename, type the title and then the artist.

Jun 01, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Help


Hi tater. Hmmm. The product category you selected is for a Standard E260. But if your player is an E250R (Rhapsody player), here's a set of procedures that might help you. Deleting songs from your E250R can be done in 2 ways: By using Windows Media Player 10 or 11, or by browsing the player through Windows Explorer. Before you delete files, though, it's important to know that your player comes in 2 modes: "Rhapsody" and "PlaysForSure". The reason why is that music files saved in one mode would not be seen in the other mode, and vice versa. Therefore, if you can't find the music files in your player, switch to the other mode. Here's how to do it: Use the "Menu" button to navigate the player as follows: Menu > Settings > Mode > This will give you the option of: "Rhapsody" and "PlaysForSure". Here's how to delete your songs: (1) By Using WIndows Media Player: > Plug your Sansa to your computer and open your Windows Media Player. > If your Windows Media Player is version 10, then click on the "Sync" tab and you should see your player ("E250R") on the right pane along with its folders, named "Data" and "Media" or "Music". Expand the "Media" folder and you'll see the "Music" folder containing your songs. Right-click on a song and select "Remove" to delete them. > If your Windows Media Player is version 11, then either click on the "Sync" or "Library" tab and you'll see your player listed on the left pane. The music files will be displayed on the center window. Right-click on a song and select "Delete" to delete the songs. (2) By browsing the player in Windows Explorer Note: the folders containing the music files on your player are "Hidden" and you would need to set your Windows Explorer to show "Hidden Files and Folders". Open your Explorer, select "Tools" on the top menu, select "Folder Options", select the "View" tab and enable the "Show Hidden Files and Folders" radio button. > Plug your Sansa to your computer and open your Windows Explorer > If your player is in "PlaysForSure" mode, then your player will be recognized as a "Portable Media Device". Double left-click on your Sansa E250R and you'll see 2 sub-folders named "Data" and "Media". Open the "Media" folder and you'll find sub-folders normally named after the Artist. Your songs are located on those Artist folders. Delete them by using the keyboard "Delete" key or right-click the file and select "Delete" > If your player is in "Rhapsody" mode, then your player will be recognized as a "Removable Drive" with a drive letter. Double left-click on your Sansa E250R and you'll see the following sub-folders: "Albums", "Music", "Photo", "Pictures", "Playlist", etc. Your songs can be found in the "Music" sub-folder. Delete them by using the keyboard "Delete" key or right-click the file and select "Delete" I hope this procedure helps. A bit lengthy but, hey, it worked for me (lol).

Apr 27, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Annoying problem


Hi. If that particular computer is unable to update the music information when you transfer it to the player (and it does when other computers are used), it is highly probable that your Windows Media needs to be updated. You could download Windows Media 10 or 11 from the Microsoft website since these updated versions contain the necessary MTP drivers that allow ID3 tag information to be synchronized to the M250 (and other Sansa players as well). Also, you could manually edit the ID3 tag of the songs by right-clicking a music file, selecting "Properties", then finding the "advanced" button to display the ID3 information of that music file. I hope this helps :)

Mar 20, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player

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