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When i try to transfer files to my device i get a message that says it is "write protected" and i cannot transfer files. how do i turn off this "write protection"

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According to your manual, you device does NOT have a write protect feature.
Get your manual here:
http://www.retrevo.com/d/ds/progress?doc=8093d57f74f10c7ac0fed7aecc49455f&rk=0.03367205450935784

HOWEVER, the data card does. While holding the data card with the metal showing on the botton towards you, on the left edge, there is a "write protect" tab.

change the position of this slide switch, then re-insert into the RCA device. It should no longer be locked.

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