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Scratchy music My m:robe is skipping. I know it sounds odd to say that my mp3's are scratched but that's what it sounds like. The songs sound like they are on a cd that is super scratched up. I checked the headphones to make sure they were plugged in, I even switched them, then I noticed the numbers on the song play time were not moving, they were skipping right along with the music. I know that this is not possible to have scratched mp3s, so it's obviously an issue with the m:robe. I did try a few touble shooting things such as reseting the mrobe, making sure the songs on the computer were not skipping, then I deleted and added all the songs back on, still having the same problem.

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Hey, sorry you havn't received a solution for your m:robe till now, you've probably already fixed the problem. But if not, I'd suggest taking it back to the store that you bought it from, then they can send it back to the 'Customer support centre'. I had the exact problem happen to me and I just had it sent away, it came back fine. Hope that helps:)

Posted on Mar 30, 2007

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