I am not a bad person. Im a college student currently interning at a media firm and most of my money goes into school. People lose and find things all the time. I've lost plenty of things, very expensive things, and I've never been fortunate enough to have them returned.
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I was just simply asking how to get pass its passcode.
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Try reflashing the firmware for your device you can find the latest firmware and flashing utilities from the Samsung's website(http://www.samsung.com/). Make sure that you back your music up first because when you do this you are setting it back to factory settings.
I spoke with the GPX service rep today, and she told me that iTunes doesn't seem to work with this model, or she is guessing with most of the current flash-based GPX MP3's. I personally have tried to move things from my external HD to the GPX, and it always says "copy protected," as I am trying to drag these from iTunes program on my computer. She said you will probably have to use the Windows Media Player to do this, but you can actually erase the CD's once you have backed them up on your GPX, so that you don't unnecessarily clutter your internal hard drive with duplicate songs/albums.
OK, they're wrong. The USB port isn't locked - the player is locked. Find the lock or hold switch on the side of the player and set it to OFF - see manual for details (BTW, if you have the manual or a link to the manual, post it here - we've been trying for months to get one).
Im sorry that that happened... I wouln't know what to do. Personally I would give up, send it back, and get an Ipod...
It seems that you have spent alot of time working on it. Time that could have been spent listening to music.I suppose that if you really bent on having that devise i guess it was worth the time but i dont think that something like that should require a lot of work. If there is one thing for sure that it know is that you want to have all that music (or whatever you have on it) backed up on a seperate drive cause stuff like that might be a sign of the devise breaking down so be ready if one day it just doesn't work...
the internal battery is going dead this may be the reason why is not charging. The computer is not recognize the i pot is may be you need to update your firm ware. Hop this will help you solve the problem
You can reinstall operate system and you may update the new system from the offical webside of Creative.I had the similar problem several months ago ! Bye the way I`m a chinese college student ,If you have problem about electronic product you can get in touch with me .My msn number is email@example.com,Thanks.