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Downgrade hack??? I had a problem with my sansa before... it was solved by merely deleting some data and giving it some free space and i had to do this thing where it went into an alternate mode and i sorta uploaded a new software... thing is i dont have my Custom EQ anymore!!!?? and when i turnit on it wont remember the playlist!!!??? WTF??? why is this happening?? help is appreciated...

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Have you upgraded the firmware to .18a which is the latest firmware.

Posted on Oct 10, 2007

  • Anonymous Oct 14, 2007

    the latest firmware is .18A if you have .11A or .15A or .12A you ahve to go to the sandisk site and update it. Downloads - Sansa Firmware Updater. Check you firmware version by going to settings- info.



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