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"synchronize to continue your music acount"

I'm sorry but how do you exactly reauthorize the device, I have no idea?

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I had the same problem after spending 45 minutes with tech help ( very patient and helpful) and 2 reformats of my player they suggested I return the product which I did. My MP3 files played without problem but my wma gave me nothing but problems. It is not worth the effort to fight this player, great concept overall, I really regret having to return it, but synchronizing you music should not be a problem.

Posted on Dec 25, 2006

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