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Phillips Go Gear Mp3 player hijacked by Rhapsody


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AmariJah

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Can anyone help me with my Phillips Go Gear Mp3 player??? I got suckered into a "free" subscription and spent countless hours downloading music for my Mp3 player. Had it for 3 months and paid for 2 but now that it expired all of the music that I downloaded does not play nor do any of the other non-Rhapsody files play either. It is if my Mp3 player is effectively rendered useless. I tried to plug it into my computer and delete all the Rhapsody files so I could try to start from scratch- but the computer would not let me delete Rhapsody from my Phillips Go Gear Mp3 player. Needless to say I now HATE Rhapsody!
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phillpower2

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Have you tried this!!
http://www.p4c.phili...tn=SA1OPS08K/97

EDIT: or this dependent on how much you want to erase
http://www.p4c.phili...tn=SA1OPS08K/97

Edited by phillpower2, 22 June 2010 - 07:10 AM.

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AmariJah

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Have you tried this!!
<a href="http://www.p4c.phili...n=SA1OPS08K/97" target="_blank">http://www.p4c.phili...A1OPS08K/97</a>

EDIT: or this dependent on how much you want to erase
<a href="http://www.p4c.phili...n=SA1OPS08K/97" target="_blank">http://www.p4c.phili...A1OPS08K/97</a>


Unfortunately my Go Gear does not have the blue button indicated and I would love to be able to keep some of the music I spent so many hours downloading if possible??? any ideas?
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mickapoo

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I know this is an old post but I thought someone else might stumble upon it and want an answer. Open the GoGear Vibe player in Windows Explorer, and find your mp3s (not the Rhapsody files, the actual mp3 files- anything with an .mp3 extension that is). Copy those over to your computer, put a new folder on the desktop if you want and then copy them there. Once you've copied your mp3 files, go back to Windows Explorer. Find the GoGear Vibe mp3 player on the left panel, and right click on the device. Select "format". If that option is not there, just highlight (left click once) the device, and on the right panel you will see the main device folder. Right click that folder, and select "format". Follow all the prompts to reformat. It will clear EVERYTHING off of the device. Once you have cleared everything off, drag the files (mp3s) that copied to your desktop back over to the device. Trust me, it works, I just did it.
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