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Why would you not be able add any more songs to your MP3 player even though you know it has space because you deleted songs?


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2006-01-19 16:55:51
2006-01-19 16:55:51

An MP3 player is using a build in memory. It also had an 'expiry date'. Such a device will last depending on many times you formatted and copy a files into it. When you deleting a files, it is not 100% deleted because the memory effect problem from the device itself. If the memory is corrupted, you still can delete any files but to copy back a files would be difficult.


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Unless you delete them yourself, the songs should remain in the media player. Not necessarily, depends on what program you are using

You drag it on to your media player, then sync.

if you bought it buy it again if you downloaded it download it again

No. You have to delete the songs from ITunes. Sorry

If the song is deleted, then you can't put it on your iPod.

Yes your songs will be deleted but you can get them off the iPod using a program such as iDump or iPod2Computer Transfer Curtis White

iTunes will not randomly delete one of your songs. You have probably accidentally deleted one of your songs without even knowing you deleted it.

You can't, you have to reload them on it.

If the song is permanently deleted from every source you have, you will just have to pay for it again.

How do you convert real player songs into media player songs?" How do you convert real player songs into media player songs?"

4 GB can hold about 1000 songs. This depends on your player though. Also it depends on the size of the songs. If the songs are 4mb then it's about 1000 songs.

Most mp3 players cannot play itunes songs because itunes songs are mostly in mp4 format. The ipod is the only player that can play mp4 formats. There are songs that are mp3 formats in itunes, though. Because itunes is its source for music, itunes only recognizes ipods, but if you download correct software for the mp3 player, it should be able to recognize the mp3 player.

The songs can't be deletes with the iPod. They must be deleted using iTunes.

Go to songs and swipe your finger across the song you want deleted

Well i don't really know but some of my music on real player got deleted and put into a real player file which was a whole bunch and there was so much it had to be stored in a file.

You didn't install the drivers before using the juke- install the drivers and then go to tools and security and click reset phone- this will delete all memory including contacts and afterwards you will have to update your phone by calling *228. Then songs may be deleted and added simply by going to my computer. see how do i delete a song from samsung juke.

Do you mean you have already deleted or lost some Songs off your MP3 player? If yes, then take a MP3 recovery tool as soon as possible before those songs are overwritten. Also remember - not to save more files to the player before recovery.

Yes it does because it doesn't have much memorie to remember so it will. Just like my iPod touch if I deleted songs or pics it would load things faster than before!

Do you mean you deleted them from your Itunes? If so than go to:# My Music>Itunes>Itunes playlist>(than you go to the Artist of the song and open it, open the album, than delete the song that you want to delete(you will have to do this 300 times though(if you had only 300 songs on Itunes to begin with and deleted every single one than right click in the folder: My Music>Itunes>Itunes playlist; and then click Select All and then Delete.) If you have an IPOD Touch or IPone than you might have been able to delete them straight from the phone, if so follow the same rules but delete those same songs from your ITunes playlist also.Anyways, Why would you want to delete 300 songs from ITunes? That is about $325 worth!

you download a program like "ipod ripper" by searching on google. And download all songs from your iphone. Then add them to itunes. Then sync your iphone with the new library

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