My player will not allow me to record... It tells me that the memory is full and then it shuts off. When I first turn it on it shows 0 available memory. I have no files at all. I went to the delete section and there are no files anywhere to be deleted. I formatted and it took a second and said it was completed. Please help...
Thank you very much,
Use the Samsung Firmware Updater to fix it. Mine did what all of you are speaking about. I was ready to toss it then I tried the firmware updater on the CD and it fixed it. You must copy all the files from the \setup\Programs\ and \setup\Binary\ folders on the Samsung CD to a folder on your hard drive. Then connect the player via USB and run stupdaterapp.exe. It will search for the device and pop up a menu. Check the Format Data Are box and click start. It takes a few minutes and wipes the device clean but it fixed mine.
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When you install a larger SD card it will be a fresh empty memory card. Your existing 8Gb SD card will still have the the 5 hour gig data on it. You can insert the 8Gb SD memory card into an USB memory card reader and plug this into the USB port on your computer. The computer will see this SD memory card and adapter as an external storage device. You can then open the audio folder on theis SD memory card and copy this file to your computer.
since the memory of your mp3 is full, dnt try to record or put any song on it. Except if there's a memory card space for it then you can upgrade and continue to load songs. If u still see memory full warning at start up, then try to delete some songs from it. Goodluck.
The GoGear allows you to make voice or FM radio recordings and saves the recordings to the internal memory. The internal memory is limited and the GoGear may show the message "Memory Full" when trying to save recordings. When you receive this message, plug the device into the computer and delete any extraneous files or files you no longer want to keep on your device. This will free up memory so you can save more recordings or place additional music files on the GoGear.
I recommend you to reset your device If the solution above didn't solve the problem :.
Take a small object like a paper clip and use the edge to stick into the small reset button on the side next to the usb connection .
Or Try [ power + volume up button & hold for 3 seconds ]
Your mp3 player has two types of memory in it. The hard drive (where the music and photos are stored) and the Ram (where the firmware and active files are temporarily hosted).
When you soft reset your GoGear, it flushes the RAM, and restarts the operating system (which is why the contents of the hard drive does not get erased).
You can "hard reset" the device, by formatting the drive and resetting it to factory defaults in the Settings field. This is the closest thing to a "hard reset: that's available with an HD based MP3 player.
Not sure what you mean by "Windows media" . Are you trying to erase
items on your player because the memory is full? If so press and hold
your toggle switch until the menu shows, toggle down to "Settings" and
press it once, then toggle down to "Delete File" and then toggle to the
file you want to erase, select it and then toggle to "OK" to delete.
Not sure if this helps. To clear everything and start over you can also
toggle to settings,system,format and reformat the memory.