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Help i have a Samsung YP-T9 and it froze

I was downloading then it just says theres been a problem...etc. so its stuck on Transferring Files DO NOT DISCONNEct what do i do? i was downloading the songs into my mp3 player and then it was stuck on tranfering file don't disconnect. but i disconnected... my mp3 works fine but the samsung media studio doesn't show that i plugged the mp3 in!! now i can't download more music in my mp3!!

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  • rikshaw Aug 07, 2008

    i have a samsung yP T9 and i have tried tranfering songs into it from my real one (player 10) but it just does not.Please suggest a way of tranferring the songs

  • stwilvert Jan 09, 2009

    While transferring files, the computer program froze. I restarted the progran, now the MP3 player screen says "Transferring files...do not disconnect" and I can't turn it off. I tried holding down the Menu and Play buttons at the same time, but it does nothing. Now what do I do?

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Hold down the menu and play button at the same time to reset, should turn it off, then just turn it back on again

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