Question about Audio Players & Recorders
TRY taking the battery out completly and unplug it for a few minutes. reinstall the battery and plug it back in and see if it resets.
Do you record a lot on the Nexus? If you do and don't listen live very much, the "update subscription" could be XM's way of shutting down the unit if you don't listen to at least 8 hours of live XM per month. Just a wild guess on my part
Also try these stepd im sure they will fix your problem:
from the "Live XM" mode:
Settings - Setup - Restore Defaults
Remember you will losse all your favourite channels.
Also try the same thing from the "My Music" mode.
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Posted on Apr 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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