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I need a manual. I can't figure out how to create playlists.

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Hi Erik
You did not mention the model Coby player you have so I will have to send you to the following webpage to put your info in so you can download a FREE user manual for your player
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http://www.cobyusa.com/?p=doc

Posted on Oct 30, 2012

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One more solution, if the ones above do not work for you: (1) Open the x20 (internal drive: click) in Windows Explorer, (2) Save all of your music into folders (playlists) create in MyMusic (under MyDocuments), (3) highlight all of the folders you created (use the control key), (4) drag all of the folders onto the x20 into the internal drive of x20, (5) Find and play the folders under 'Browse" on the x20.

You have playlists. You just have to 'Browse' the x20 to find them--not 'Playlists'.

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SOURCE: How do I create a playlist for my Coby MP-705 ?

Can someone please show me how to create a playlist for my Coby MP-705 media or mp3 player please?

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SOURCE: Creating a playlist in transcend T.Sonic 840 4gb mp3 player

connect the device to computer.....go to my computer, open the device, find folder with tracks/ files are, make a new folder (name it)dump all the files you want in the folder (this your playlist) turn off and on to update device

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SOURCE: User Manual for Coby MP705-4G MP3 player

In can't delete songs off my coby mp705. If anybody can help that would be great. Thanks.

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http://www.cobyusa.com/?p=prod&prod_num_id=212&pcat_id=1001

If this was helpful, I'd appreciate your answer.
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