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I just pulled out my MP3 player without disconnecting properly - I think I have broken it...

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Pulling your mp3 in usb without disconnecting may damage the port or the music you installed may be corrupted or it may damage your files, Try checking it by inserting your player on port, then check if you going to view your files on your mp3 player, if you saw all your files try to eject it properly. then after that open it, and let see what will haapen..try it

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