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Topic # 14281 25-Jun-2007 17:19
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How do you delete music from your pocket pc?

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Reply # 75907 25-Jun-2007 18:50
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You can delete the music using the File Explorer - tap Start | Programs | File Explorer, browse to the folder where the music is stored and select the files to delete from there.

Another option is to plug the Pocket PC to your PC, and once ActiveSync kicks in, you can use Windows Explorer, look for the "Mobile Device" icon and browse the Pocket PC folders from your PC.








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  Reply # 75909 25-Jun-2007 18:55
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Yeah but it says that it might be a sharing violation and that the sorce or destination file might be in use so it won't let me.

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Reply # 75910 25-Jun-2007 18:57
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Probably the Media Player is still running in the background. Use Start | Settings | Memory to see if this is the case and "terminate" it.

Otherwise try deleting the files immediately after a soft reset.







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  Reply # 75911 25-Jun-2007 19:00
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You are a genius. Thank you.

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