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How do i move my songs on my mp3 player?

How do i move my songs around on my sly mp3 video player music shows up all mixed up and i can't figure out how to move them.

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I connected to my Laptop and created folders to contain different albums or songlists. If you want songs sorted by artists or name, that also can be done on a PC folder prior to selecting and copying back to the MP3 player. This worked for me.

Posted on Dec 18, 2008

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