Question about Philips SA5125/37 MP3 Player
Ok, well my mp3's been sitting on my desk for like a year becasue I couldn't figure out how to fix it but I just started school again and I kinda need it for the bisrides and in class. So, It turns on fine, and It gos to my playlist esily but when I get to the list of songs it's all the same song, and it's not even a good song. I already downloaded the songs I want on my mp3 onto my computer. I just need to know how to get ride of the 263 same songs on my mp3. helllppppp!
Very simple, go into 'my computer' and find out which icon is your mp3 player, go in there and search through the folders for that darned song. Then delete all the copies of that song.
my computer/ soandso's mp3 / songs / song.file
Should be something like that... cant remember the gogear file arrangement at the moment
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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