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Mp3 player dmp450n; tracks stored and play alphabetically; how do I make the device play album tracks in original order

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  • davecmp Apr 06, 2009

    I have the same problem, and both renaming the files with numbers, and this curious 'moving the files into a new folder' (something that I cannot understand being a solution), do not work...

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Renaming not needed...Copy the album onto the folder which you use to drag and drop music to the player and then drag it again into the music folder which is a sub folder of the folder where you just copied the music to. This means you are copying from an area on the player to another area. This will keep the track listing that you originally have for the album and means no change is needed to mp3 tags.

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I got one for xmas and found that you need to rename the title of your tracks adding numbers.

An mp3 renamer program is here
http://www.brothersoft.com/mp3-rename-61154.html

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