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Old 01-09-2007, 11:33 AM   #1
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I'm currently using the Stiletto 100 and for the most part I'm satisfied with it.

However, I was wondering if anyone knows if the internal storage space can be altered to increase the available space for mp3's (say from 49% to 89-99%)? I personally will never use the current wasted space (in my opinion) for "love" recordings, etc.

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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i dont think u can do that

when i first got mine

i didnt think i would use it much either

now when i get home i cant what to plug it in and load up radio replays!!!


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I'm currently using the Stiletto 100 and for the most part I'm satisfied with it.

However, I was wondering if anyone knows if the internal storage space can be altered to increase the available space for mp3's (say from 49% to 89-99%)? I personally will never use the current wasted space (in my opinion) for "love" recordings, etc.

Any insight would be greatly appreciated.
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No the allocation for memory cannot at this time be changed.
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That would be an awesome hack! I don't record shows, and I would only need the time shift buffer... give me the rest for mp3s or visa versa for the "love bugs".
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