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Deleting songs from mp3 player

I just bought a mp3 player made by spi. I transfered music into the correct folder to be put on the mp3 but deleted some songs that i didn't want added. Somehow, every song was added anyway and now i can't figure out how to get them off. It won't let me just delete the song while in the folder, so how do i get them off the mp3?

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  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2009

    i have songs that i want to delete from my mp3 player but i cant figure out how to delete it...there is no information in the user manual for deleting songs and i am stating to get really mad

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Take the songs you want off the mp3 copy and paste drag to desktop or your music folder and se if that works if not reboot comp rinse and repeat

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