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HOW TO RESTORE

How do i resotre my mp3 player some stores say theere s a littlebutton on the back

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There is not i have the some one there is some files you can not delete them at all if you do the player will not play then you have a big problem that might not be fixed i have deleted it before but i am glad that i save every thang use windows midea player 64k not 32k works better mp3 and wma only to restore i have what you need email me a damron_smith@yahoo.com and I will email you the files you need to put back on the mp3 player

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