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Sync notice I turned on my mp3 player and it says "Sync Notice" to continue listening to your subscription tracks, please sync your device. My subscription has expired, don't I still get the songs I downloaded and if so, how to I resync the thing because it's frozen?

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  • kiwitiger May 21, 2008

    Hi my MP3 is doing the same thing. I hooked it up yesterday and it kept flashing "syncing device - do not disconnect" and it doesn't sync it. I have only the songs that came on it and none of the ones that I downloaded. I only used Rhapsody a couple of times and the other songs I got off of a friend's computer. How do I get it synced to where I can go and download songs where they will stay on the MP3 player? Thanks

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Yes I solved the problem..I contacted Rhapsody and they told me my 30 day period had been expired and I needed to renew my subscription which would be $14.99/mo. All the songs that I downloaded onto my mp3 I thought I would automatically get after the 30 day period was over...guess not!

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