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Shows nofile I down loaded some music and now the player shows that there is no files please let me know what I can do.

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    No file shown but it will not allow me add music either

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Under windows explorer, click on the icon for the mp3 player. On the mp3 player, switch between the Usb and Mtp mode (The M button). You should see songs from both modes.

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