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Samsung YP-Y7JX When I try to charge my MP3 it pops up "No Space for DB Please Delete more than 4.0MB" And it won't go threw.

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Have you tried deleting this 4MB ? ... try it.. if it didn't work.. then hard-reset your MP3 Player, because there is an error in your DB structure caused by false-copying or power spike... something like that.

Posted on Jan 28, 2007

  • mhaquino_23 Sep 19, 2011

    how to hard reset the device?

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CAN YOU HELP RITE AWAY


That message means your device is too full.

Connect it to your PC and delete some files thru My Computer>Device Name (RCA S100).

This will free up some space for the DB which is the Album and Artist information you see when navigating.





Best of Luck.

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