Question about Insignia Pilot MP3 Player
I can hear the music that I've had downloaded onto my Insignia, but it doesn't seem that there is any song information stored on it anymore. Artists, songs, etc. are all listed as "unknown". This happened immediately after I thought I'd uploaded some songs onto it from my computer. The same afternoon, I turned it on, heard the songs, but all info seems lost.
You should reset your player. Go to the Settings menu, then System, then Reset Settings. You may wish to erase the current contents of the player and perform a new sync. Remember to back up your files first if needed! More details can be found in the owner's manual.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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