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Sport Clip mp3 may be from jail

I bought a dilapidated motor home from a tow auction and found this mp3 player in a drawer. It has a clear case and looks exactly like the Sport Clip I have my son when he went off to college.

I was able to take all my music from my laptop them put it on the sd card, then used a m3u playlist app to make a playlist that I then put on the card, along with the music. It worked twice with some rest tracks but I've been unable to duplicate the outcome.

Does anyone have an idea on how I might make use of this thing? It's frustrating that I was able to do it twice but never again.

Note: The reason I think this came from a jail IS because of the papers I found in the motor home, and because on startup, a name comes on; something I don't remember from the one I bought for my boy.

Any help would be interesting.

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