Loading songs on sisters mp3 player and cannot find a way to shuffle songs. Is there a way to mix up the songs for variety? Tried downloading by mixing the way I load them on but they organize and play by artist.
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The suffle playlist you have it on is probably only one album or artist or genre - from the main menu go to music and the last option is browse music - go here, press on the first song and it will play through your entire library. Every time you start it when you do this the song should start where you left off.
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it is probably in suffle mode, try and go into the options menu in the actual Mp3 player and you will have to look for suffle or something uncheck it or turn it off or whatever the option is on the screen. but it is possible to find the manual online just look for it
All of you posted this question under model # GPX ML648B, so my directions only apply to that particular model - every mp3 player is different:
To transfer music, use Windows Media Player - in order to transfer the songs without getting an error message, I would switch the player to MTP mode; and I would only add songs that are in mp3 format. Even though this player will read SOME WMA's, it would take me a whole page to explain which ones would work and which ones wouldn't.
For the person who said that they have some sort of iPod - download the iTunes music service - it will recognize your iPod and you will see the icon listed on the left-hand side of the iTunes window. Once you have purchased songs, you can transfer them to the iPod using the iTunes service.
That's not actually how you delete songs from the player. When you connect it to your computer you will see a new removable disk called Mix Max in your My Computer icon or in Computer if you have Vista. Open up that Mix Max icon and then you can highlight and delete only the songs you don't want or all of them.