Question about SanDisk Sansa c240 MP3 Player
How do you delete songs
In your windows media you will see the device name listed..you have to make sure the device is under MTP mode..then click on the player and you will see all the songs...you can just right click on the songs and delete them..if you dont want the device to sync automatically you can click on sync and then click on the device name and click on sync setting..there you can modify if you want it to sync automatically..
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Posted on May 04, 2008
SOURCE: can't delete songs on sansa m230
I actually had this exact same problem with my Sansa m230, and I was running from place to place just looking for an answer; I actually stumbled across it through some related searches here on this site ('reset' specifically), and I tried it out and it worked for me. The Sansa m230 has two USB interface modes, and choosing one will make your system recognize the device differently than if the other is chosen, so songs that were uploaded using the USB setting 'Auto Detect' (which tells the thing to use something called 'MTP' mode) won't be visible again when it's connected using 'MSC' mode, and vice-versa. Simply put: Unplug the little bugger, go into the USB settings, and choose whichever of the two settings isn't already selected, and plug it back in. For the future, I'm going to erase everything from one mode and put it back in through the other mode, just so this doesn't happen again. <. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 30, 2006
SOURCE: deleting songs
If your computer says you don't have any, but your MP3 does you can delete it from your MP3 player. Click on the song that you want to delete and go down to delete song. Click on it and whala! the song is deleted
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
first you go to songs and then go down to recordings, when selecting it you can delete them. also to delete some songs you should hook it up 2 da computer and take it out the music folder.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
I posted a tip here on this site, that may enplane what is going on. Check it out. http://www.fixya.com/support/r3774047-solve_mp3_player_connection_problem
Posted on Jan 06, 2010
go to settings then system then format it will ask if you want to format whole memory and you say yes and presto no more songs its kindof the same drift as if you were to format your computer to get rid of viruses and old files that are piling up and such. anywho hope this helps good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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