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Sansa E 260

Suggested solution was to go to the mp3 player settings> USB and change the "mode" This option is not there. Did it get deleted? How can I get it bACK?

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I don't know your original question, so i cannot give you a direct answer.

The native menu for this player does NOT contain such an option. Go to the following website or www.sandisk.com to get the manual for your player- i have generally found it to be one of the best Mp3 Player manuals around:
https://www.customernation.com/pls/ps/ps.ps_main?p_host=304&p_supplier=5096&p_parm=PSHPP

Posted on May 23, 2008

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