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Mismatch Format i am getting a error message which reads "MTP DB mismatch Format? NoSpaceForDB Please Please Delete More Than4.0M.B

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2008

    My SanDisk Sansa c150 player have formatted. No songs available when I open the playlist. But when I start the unit it shows "NoSpaceForDB Please Please Delete More Than4.0M.B". The property shows the "0 Memory is free".

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I have formatted it. No songs available when opened the playlist. But when I start the unit it shows "NoSpaceForDB Please Please Delete More Than4.0M.B". The property shows the "0 Memory is free".

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There are too many songs on your device. You need to delete enough songs to free up 4.0MB of space. Restart your device after you delete the music. Best of Luck.

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SOURCE: MTP DB Mismatch Format

If you've already cleared all the songs, might as well update the firmware (that solves most issues).
You can download the latest here

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