After a year and a half of consistent playing, I turned on my Samsung Yepp YP-60V last night to find the message "MP3sync failed." The player shuffled through the entire playlist and showed this message after every song. The play list is still stored on the player, though it will not play. Is there anything I can do?
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Yp-t9 can only play svi files.First convert those mp4 files into avi or wmv files.And use samsung media studio to put them into your yp-t9.The samsung media studio will convert ai and wmv files to svi.Or jus try to convert those mp4 files with Samsung media studio.It converts sometimes.
I recently bought a Chinese made multimeter and was dismayed to discover the instructions were unreadable (to me). I contacted the supplier and an English version was emailed to me very quickly.
Perhaps if you contacted the supplier or manufacturer you will find them as helpful.
Once you receive the instructions you will be be able to determine whether your Mp3 player is faulty. The link below should take you to an English manual if the Chinese internet censorship will allow it...