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Completely wipe a yp-t9 2gb

I cant get rid of the songs on my yp-t9. by this i mean that once they have been deleted they still appear on the player but won't play!

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To get rid of songs you must go to mycomputer and look for
a mp3 icon click it.After that click on music and then right click and delete the songs you dont want

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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