Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
When we download the songs to the player it shows up in the player but the message synchronize to continue your music subscription pops up and will not play the song. How can we fix this?
This is what I recieved when I asked a third party for help with this same problem. I worked. Good luck:
The error you are receiving may be
resolved by changing the USB settings within your device. Your device
uses two different transfer modes that are automatically selected by the
device; the primary mode is MTP. MTP mode is what allows the transfer of
the license along with the WMA (Windows Media Audio) title. Can you
please complete the following steps to change the USB setting?
(Please note: Do not connect the device to the computer until step 4.)
1. Power on the device and select 'Settings'.
2. Scroll to and select 'USB Mode' (or 'Mode').
3. Scroll to and select 'MTP' (or 'PlaysForSure Mode').
4. Connect the device to your computer.
5. Open 'My Computer’ > Sansa e280.
6. Delete any WMA (Windows Media Audio) files you see that are of books
you cannot play.
7. Open the OverDrive Media Console and attempt to transfer the audio
Posted on May 14, 2009
You're not going to like it because it will clear out your memory but here is how you fix this problem.
Go into settings on the player while disconnected from the computer.
Go to Format.
Confirm with a Yes.
Reconnect your player and download your songs.
Now they will play.
Posted on Jul 01, 2008
Formatting the player in MSC mode using windows explorer then retransffering the songs using MTP would help you with this concern. This is normal if songs are downloaded from Rhapsody, napster or any online music stores.
Posted on Dec 08, 2007
This is something that i have not faced before but try calling sandisk they will help u with what ever problem u have
Posted on Jul 15, 2007
THE FIX FOR THIS PROBLEM:
(I don't know if this works on downloaded music but it DOES work on music ripped from a CD) In your computers music player (Windows Media Player for this example) click on options, go to Copy Music or Ripped Music and make sure you have "Copy Protect Music" UNCHECKED. If you have this checked it'll add an extra copy protection to the song when you put it on your PC making your Sansa MP3player think you need to subscribe to be able to play this song.
After unchecking the option, you will have to re-rip/upload music from the CD's onto your PC for them to get rid of the extra copy protection from your PC's music player. Place then into your Sansa and WALLA the problem should be fixed!
Posted on May 04, 2008
This is something that the licence for the tracks gets expired. So it has to be renewed...
Posted on Jul 17, 2007
get rid of win media 11 completly uninstall it go back to old nero or old windows media player or copy and paste songs straight to mp3 player on my computer drive letter output
any stolen music or music not haveing a tag to is getting sent up the road to gov.
most song are pay right now song these are subscritions
windows is helping in cracking down on music jackers
Posted on May 13, 2008
it's asking that you verify the DRM status (i.e., that you bought it and it resides on YOUR computer.) It cannot play the file until you synchronize it with windows media player. You can delete them off of the MP3 player just by noting which songs don't play and deleting them through windows explorer when the player is connected.
Posted on Mar 25, 2008
please use the windows media player 10, click on sync and put all the songs you want in the sync list then click on start sync and it should sync properly without any problems.
Have a nice day!
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
I ran into the same problem with my Sansa when listening to legally downloaded audio books from the local library. This is what I found:
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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