Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I receive the following message when trying to play a digital book downloaded from my public library: "synchronize to continue your music subscription". These digital book downloads come with DRM and are handled through a program called "OverDrive Media Console 2.1". I have several other other Sansa MP3 players by Sansa, like the C150, that work just great.
I used to be able to get these books to work on this player. I believe that the problem started after I updated the Sansa firmware to 01.02.18a. I don't know how to go backwards on the firmware.
Here is what I have tried:
- reformatted the Sansa
- removed/replaced the batter
- synchronized a song with Media Player 11
- tried multiple different books/downloads
Did you try turning your device on in recovery mode?
- switch off the Sansa
- turn ON lock/hold
- hold down record
- push Power button
When in recovery mode flash the device with this file (it is an older firmware than the one you updated to).
Posted on Jan 14, 2008
Try formatting using the HP FORMAT UTILITY for usb drives.. and if that dont work continue reading.. THE UTILITY IS AVIABLE ON THE HP WEB SITE..
well to revert back to the old firmware you will have to download it and then install it, You can get this on the manufactures web page or the same page where you the the update from.. If you cant find it contact Sansa and request it..
you can try updating the firmware again even though its the one you currently got installed,,...
if that dont work you will need to revert back to the old firmware..
ps when you contact Sansa tell the the problem you are having.
and you install the old firmware the same way you installed the new one..
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
They want u to snc your songs now to ther sever in this new firmware update u cant go back also once updated firmware unless they offer old verison sumwar eonline u could try but ya new copyrights secuity thing snc your songs to ther website what they want i would try to see online if old fimrware like other ones is outther sumware
Posted on Jan 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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