Question about Samsung YP-U1 MP3 Player
My YP-U1 cannot detect the mp3 files that i have saved. After System Loading, The capacity is still 993mb, and the screen says "No Entry". Please i need your help with this one. Is formatting the YP-U1 will remove it's software to play the mp3 files?
Format the mp3 player with FAT , not FAT 32,
and 16 bitar.
that will solve the problem of reading the files. It did for me :)
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
It happened to me yesterday and I already solved the problem.
Honestly, I don´t know which of the operations resulted. I did a check (and solving) the problems in "settings - tools...". After I did two formats: one for the file system to "FAT" and another to "FAT32". It worked!
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
Go to hill
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
Format using "Restore device defaults and using FAT (nor FAT32).
It will start working again.
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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