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Quick Guide (ver.1.0)
Apr 13, 2006 ENGLISH 0.0 html Email
User Manual (ver.1.0)
Jan 25, 2006 ENGLISH 1.0 pdf Email
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MTP driver for Win98,ME,2000WinXP and higer is not needed MTP driver.It already installed in WinXP OS

Win 98/ME/2K/XP Feb 7, 2006 MULTI LANGUAGE 0.23 exe
Description OS Release Date Language Size (MB) Download File
Win XP Feb 7, 2006 MULTI LANGUAGE 12.16 exe
Win XP Feb 7, 2006 MULTI LANGUAGE 4.42 exe
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Z5 Firmware 2.43 Release Notes Installation

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- The update requires at least 50MBs of free space on the Z5. The battery should be fully charged.

- When connected in MTP mode, copy the file Z5Update.dat to the Data directory of the device, disconnect and follow the on-screen instructions. (*) WMP11 user should copy the file on the root directory Changes from F/W 2.40

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- Gapless playback support (*) Restriction :

- In order for songs to be played back gaplessly, the Gapless setting must be enabled and songs must be from the same album and be consecutive tracks (please check album name and track number of ID3 tag information)

- Shuffle will disable gapless playback.

- Basically gapless playback is supported for MP3, WMA and OGG. However, in case of MP3, due to the limitation of MP3 format, there''s possibility of slight gap between the tracks.

- max 44 hours mp3 playback (*) MP3 128Kbps, EQ=Normal, Street=Off, Gapless=Off

Win XP Oct 30, 2006 MULTI LANGUAGE 9.44 zip

Installation

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- The update requires at least 50MBs of free space on the Z5F. The battery should be fully charged.

- When connected in UMS mode, copy the file Z5Update.dat to the root directory of the device, disconnect and follow the on-screen instructions.Changes from F/W 2.43

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- Added customer user EQ function.

- To enable: Settings/Audio/DNSe/User EQ.

- To configure the EQ parameters: Select Settings/Audio/DNSe/Configure and press Back or Select to commit the changes.

Win XP Nov 30, 2006 MULTI LANGUAGE 9.45 zip

Installation

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- The update requires at least 50MBs of free space on the Z5. The battery should be fully charged.

- When connected in MTP mode, copy the file Z5Update.dat to the Data directory of the device, disconnect and follow the on-screen instructions. (*) WMP11 user should copy the file on the root directory Changes from F/W 2.45

-----------------------------System improved

Win XP Jan 23, 2007 MULTI LANGUAGE 9.41 zip

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  • How To Format Your MP3 Player

    Formatting your MP3 Player deletes all saved files on the unit and frees all available memory. Once you have formatted your MP3 player, you cannot retrieve the files that were deleted. Formatting does not affect the firmware or your settings. In addition to freeing all the available memory, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Format Your MP3 Player

    Formatting your MP3 Player deletes all saved files on the unit and frees all available memory. Once you have formatted your MP3 player, you cannot retrieve the files that were deleted. Formatting does not affect the firmware or your settings. In addition to freeing all the available memory, [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Transfer Music To Your MP3 Player

    This video show you how to transfer files from your computer to your MP3 player. [How-To Video]

  • Playback Speed Seems Too Fast Or Too Slow

    Some Samsung MP3 Players allow you to adjust the audio playback speed. This is especially helpful when listening to audio books. While listening to music, access the music menu and select <Play Speed>. The Play Speed menu appears. Select a desired play speed from <X 0.7>, <X0.8>, <X [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Receive "License Expired" Message When Trying To Playback Subscription Music

    When you subscribe to an online music provider such as Rhapsody To Go or Napster To Go, each track you download comes with a license assigned to it. Licenses are based on Date and Time of transfer, your active subscription and other components of DRM. Licenses are good for 30 days and must be [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Windows Dialogue Box Says USB Malfunction

    If you receive a USB Malfunction dialogue box, this usually indicates that the device has malfunctioned and will require service. If the suggestions below do not resolve this issue, you can arrange to have the player repaired by Creating an Online Service Request below. Reset the player [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Sound Is Too Low

    Some Samsung MP3 Players have a Volume Limit feature that puts a cap on the maximum volume level to prevent hearing damage while using the earphones. Please use caution when listening to your player at a loud volume especially for a prolonged amount of time. To Access the Volume Limit [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • I'm Only Getting Audio From One Earbud

    If you're only getting audio from one side of the earbuds: Verify that the earbuds are plugged securely into the headphone jack. Even if it appears that the headphones are plugged in all the way, they may not be. Check the wires for damage. Try another set of headphones or earbuds. If [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • Update Your Player's Firmware

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  • Reset Your Player

    Cyber To reset your player, use a thin pointed object such as a paper clip to press the reset hole on the back or bottom of your device. If your player is malfunctioning while connected to the PC, reset the player while it's connected. Resetting the player can often resolve the following: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Is The Battery Replaceable?

    The following legacy models are the only ones with consumer replaceable batteries. All others must be replaced through an Authorized Service Center. You can arrange for service by clicking the Create Online Service Request button below. YP-C2 YP-MT6 YP-N30 YP-NDU28 YP-NDU32 YP-SE32 [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Player Won't Respond Or Freezes Up

    If your MP3 player won't respond or freezes up, follow these steps: Reset your MP3 player Press the reset hole with a thin object such as a paper clip. If your player is freezing up only during a specific file, the file(s) could be corrupt and should be deleted from and re-transferred to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Player Only Turns On When Connected To The PC

    If the player only turns on when connected to the PC, the battery may be exhausted and require replacement. To determine if the battery is exhausted, follow these steps: Connect the USB cable to the USB port on your PC. If possible, connect the USB cable to one of the USB ports on the back [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Player Keeps Turning Off

    Battery Life Make sure your MP3 player has sufficient power. A full or partially shaded (white or black) battery indicator means the device is charged. The battery indicator will become gray as the charge lessens. An empty blinking battery indicates that the device needs to be charged [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • No Power, Won't Turn On

    Your MP3 player will not turn on under the following circumstances: You have inadvertently engaged the hold switch on your MP3 player. The battery on your MP3 player needs to be charged or has been exhausted. Check the Hold Switch To check if the HOLD switch has been turned on, follow [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Menu Appears In A Foreign Language

    Language Setting If the font on your device appears in a foreign language, you may have inadvertently made changes to the language settings. The Language Feature can be found in the Settings Menu. ( Settings > Language.) Regardless of what language the Menu or ID3 tags have been set to, both [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Some Tracks Appear To Play But There's No Audio

    Check the file type and ensure that your device is compatible with that format. If you ripped the tracks from a CD, try ripping the tracks again and ensure that the file type you're converting to is MP3 or WMA. Verify that the Audio Quality is no lower than 128 Kbps when ripping. FILE [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • I'm Not Getting FM Frequency

    When scanning for or listening to FM broadcasts, you must have the earbuds connected. The earbuds also serve as an antenna for your player. NOTE: Connecting the earbuds is essential for FM reception. The FM Tuner is not available in speaker mode with the YP-K5. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • License Expired Or Corrupt

    If you have a music subscription, you must periodically back up the licenses in order to continue playing those tracks. It's also possible that the file is damaged in which case you must restore. To Restore a Damaged or Unusable File Note You must have a working Internet connection to [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • DRM Expired

    If your MP3 Player displays DRM has expired, this means that one of more of your songs were downloaded through a subscription service such as Napster2Go, and the subscription has ended. In order to remove the message from the MP3 player, you must renew your contract with the appropriate [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Is Windows Media Player Working Properly?

    Whether you use Emodio or older programs such as Samsung Media Studio (SMS), if you do not have Windows Media Player 10 or 11 installed or running properly, Emodio and SMS will not recognize your player because both use some of the Windows Media Player components to run. If you receive an [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Update Your Windows Vista Computer

    You must have an Internet connection to perform these steps. Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista in March of 2008. This service pack included over 20 hot fixes for Multimedia and portable devices. For technical information on notable changes included in Service Pack 1 from [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Microsoft Error Codes

    The links below can help you determine why Windows is listing an error code in the Device Manager, and explain how you can correct the error. Clicking any of the links below will redirect your browser to the Microsoft.com website. Error Messages: Recommended Links Windows Help And How-to [Troubleshooting Guide]

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