Hi, I have a Sony ICD-UX70. I had a number of files in folders. In making my way through the menu, I accidentally hit move. Now all of my files appear to have disappeared. Any ideas on where to look or how to recover them?
All right! You may accidentally delete
these files. So, in order to get back them, you should act carefully:
1. Do not save anything new on this
recorder in case that any new file on it may overwrite your deleted files.
2. Connect this recorder to your computer.
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4. Do not save or back up all the restored
data on the same recorder in case of any data loss.
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I solved the problem by connecting my Sony IC Recorder to the USB port on my McBook Pro computer and then emptying the trash can on the Mac computer. Visually (flashing red indicator light) and audibly (the recorder's sound that indicates something being erased), it was clear that mp3 files were finally, really being erased on the Sony recorder even though the recorder's own screen display had previously shown only empty folders and no files. Dragging files to the trash can doesn't really erase them unless you also empty the trash. All dragging to the trash can does is somehow mark the files in a way that, unfortunately, makes them invisible to Sony's file detection system.
what kind of music formats thus your device supports?? example: MP3, MP4, etc.... maybe it requires somekind of installers or downloader, do you have one?? it usually comes with the device. or maybe it hides the files that you have downloadded, just try to look at the screen if theres a song....
The same problem happened on mine twice. I just had to change the batteries, turn DPC off, and play with the buttons, press STOP, PLAY and STOP until the freezing has stopped. Then it will prompt you to set the time and date. Hope that helps :)
If you press and hold down the "menu" button scroll down to the FORMAT selection and press enter. This will reformat the device.
I had the same problem - I think it arose after disconnecting the IC Recorder when it became unresponsive with the computer.
Make sure you transfer all your files first to a computer or back up source.
I did erase all from the device main menue after having copied them to my computer, that cleared the remaining files and recovered part of the memory. Then I did reformat from the same menu and recovered the entire memory! ;)
I have the same recorder (Sony ICD B310F) and in playing around with the buttons, I figured out how to ERASE THEM!!!
Go to the file you want to erase
Hold down the menu button (have to do this the entire time ) until you see the word "MODE"
While holding the menu button, press the forward arrow (like FF) and scroll until you see the word "ERASE"
Still holding down the menu button, press the play button.
Your file number will blink along w/ the word "ERASE", press the play button.
You should notice your file numbers decreased by one file. You have successfully erased the file.