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Recovery mode it want come out of recovery mode

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Find the reset hole on the side of the player, below the power/hold switch, push it with a paper clip or something of that size.

If that doesn't work, wait for the battery to die completely, then charge and turn it back on.

That should take it out of recovery mode

Posted on Apr 01, 2008

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