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Youtopia model no. 68608 mp3 player

For some reason it won't delete songs off the player! All the songs that I deleted from the folder (my computer>>E://usb thingie) are still on there, and I can't add any more songs cuz it says it's full! HELP!!!!

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Its a piece of ****. you won't be able to to delete the files. Also you will not be able to use Napster with this device. Cut your losses and dump it. Write an email to the Better Business Bureau too while you are at it. I did. this company is a rip off and a scam.

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