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Old 09-23-2009, 07:00 PM
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Default Two seemingly dumb questions

I searched for my problem before creating this topic and couldn't find anything.

with that said, I just got my 32gb S9. I'm really liking it so far, I got the latest firmware (2.41) and everything is running smooth. However, i'll have to get higher quality headphones...lol.

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QUESTION 1: Do I have to hook the s9 up via usb everytime I want to delete data from its drive? for some reason (even after highlighting a song/video I want to delete) the "X" or delete icon is "greyed out" as if its not functional.....

Question 2: How do I go back to the default black background? put a wallpaper up that I kid of liked, but I want to keep it at default for a little while longer. There doesn't seem to be an option to get rid of it? is there?
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Old 09-23-2009, 08:47 PM
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ok after about an hour of fooling around with it, I figured out how to get the default wallpaper....

But it still won't let me delete audio/video/pics without plugging it up via USB....

god dammit. never mind, I figured it out.

i'm an idiot.

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Old 09-23-2009, 09:05 PM
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in browser, go up the directory tree the highest level is library.
the upper most directory selection under library is folders.
select folders, under folders you are allowed to deleted.
if you are still under "library" you are navigating by tags]
if you are under "folders" you are navigating by folder structure
you are disallowed to delete if you navigating by tags (greyed out)
however you can delete when navigating by folders.

this is failsafe design of the operating system do prevent unintentional deletes.

you have to be in folders to delete, meaning you have to intentionally navigate out of tags and into folders to have the ability to delete files
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