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Broken display & dont know how to change from one mode to the other so i can view and delete my songs.

Can anyone help? I dont know what buttons to push and how many times.

Posted by Haleigh Doetschman on

  • olx123 Dec 23, 2008

    i have the same problem. My sansa m230 display is broken but i need to change the usb settings in the mp3 player so i can get the other files on my mp3 to my computer. can someone please upload some pictures or a quide how i can get to the usb settings in the mp3 player. a good quide would be like this: press menu>click two times up>press ok> click two times down> click ok>

    something like this so i can get to the usb settings, and remember i have a broken lcd display on my sansa m230.
    Any help would be appriciated!


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You can download the user manual from the Sandisk site !!

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