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Organization when i go to play and to songs instead of a list of songs to choose it just plays them how do i make it oragnize them you know seperating them by artist and so on

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In the music menu, there is an option to search by Artist or Album as long as you have at least one song on the player that has an ID3 tag that lists the song's artist or album. Those are the only way of organizing the songs on this particular player.

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