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Re: How do I listnen and delete MP3's on my Treo600?
In order to listen to MP3 music files on your Treo 600, you will need a third-party application such as PocketTunes or Aeroplayer more).
Likewise, in order to delete MP3 files from an SD expansion card in Treo 600, you will need a third-party file utility such as FileZ (from nosleep software). Launch the file utility, select your inserted SD expansion card from the pick list, and delete any MP3 files you don't want. Please refer to the documentation for the file utility for specific instructions.
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Your camera doesn't have the ability to recover deleted files.
There is software that runs in a computer that can do this. The ability to recover deleted files depends on how long they've been deleted, so stop using that card immediately if you want to recover deleted files.
Then find somebody with a computer, and install software like "Data Rescue" or one of the other packages. I've used this stuff, and it works.
Select system settings, then select data management, Select the "System Memory" tab to delete files from the Nintendo DS system memory. Select the "SD Card" tab to delete files from an SD card. A list of saved files on the system memory or SD card will appear. Select the saved file you want to erase from the list. A prompt will appear. Choose "Delete" from the prompt and confirm you want to delete the file. The saved file will be immediately erased from the system memory or SD card of the Nintendo DS.
you may want to try downloading only those that didn't download the first time. Sometimes when you try to download a large file (all the songs) it causes the "error message" you talk about. You may want to delete files already downloaded, or save the files downloaded to a different file folder, and try the download again.