Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Use Windows Media Player to view the songs that are stored on your mp3 player - best to view them in the "Sync" tab. Find the song that you want to delete, right-click the song, and select Delete (or left-click and press Delete on your keyboard). Voila!
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Posted on Dec 30, 2008
The only way is to connect it to your pc and either go into my computers and your mp3 folder to delete it that way. The other way is when the music software comes up, you can delete the music from the mp3 player platform:()
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
For Windows XPTM users, you are connecting the device in MTP mode to the computer by default. You will need to set the device to MSC mode, so go to the device menu\Settings\Advanced\Protocol = > Press Play/Pause key to select MSC mode which will appear as such on the screen. Reconnect the device to the computer, and you can now see those files and delete them.
DO NOT forget to set the device back to MTP mode when finished, so go to device menu\Setting\Advanced = > Select MTP mode.
Posted on May 30, 2008
log on as an administrator on your comuter and plug the mp3 player into a USB slot and then goto my computer and it will be a removable disk and double click on it and you should see songs when you double click on removable disk and if there is any folders double click on them when you want to delete it left click on it once there should be a delete button click that and it will delete
I don't have a sony mp3 player but this is a standard procedure for looking at anything in a USB port
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
You can't directly. You have to attach the player to a computer with the included USB cable and delete the files from there. If you're using a windows based OS, the player will show up as a USB drive within File manager.
Hope this helps,
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