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When you connect the MP3 player to your computer and the computer detect the player as an external storage device, you can then view the folder on your MP3 player. Open the music folder and create a new folder on the player exactly the same way you create a folder on your computer's hard drive. To organise your music, make a folder name with the name of the music album and place the album's MP3 files in this folder. You will then be able to select the music you want to play by the music album folder.
I found a user manual for this player on the SanDisk forums. You can read the full manual here:
This player does not support playlists, so if you want to play the albums separately, you will have to organize them into folders. So, make one folder for each album and title them appropriately, then move the folders over to the device, and each album will be in its own folder under ROOT.
Connect your MP3 player to your computer using your USB cable. Switch your MP3 player to the MTP mode by pressing the power button located on the top of your player. When the USB symbol disappears your MP3 player is in the MTP mode.
Opening your GPX audio player folder by clicking 'Start' on your computer.
Click on 'Start'.
Double Click on the 'GPX MTP Device' icon.
Double Click on 'Removable Storage'. Minimize your 'Removable Storage' window.
Open your 'My Music' folder by again clicking on 'Start' and then click on your 'My Music' folder. Choose an album or individual songs from this folder. With both your 'My Music' and 'GPX MTP Device Removable Storage' folder open. Drag an album or individual song from your 'My Music' folder into your 'Removable Storage' folder.
I had this problem as well. The only real solution I've found is to open up MY COMPUTER and go into the device. From there you can transfer all the music into one folder.
There is a RANDOM setting on the player but it will only randomize the songs within the folder you are listening to.
To put the player on RANDOM play a song, and press the button on the side of the player, select PLAY MODE and choose RANDOM.
Hope this was helpful.
Was there a picture within the music album folder? You can manually put it there by opening the album folder and insert a picture of your choice along with the music. It should recognize the picture and appear when that particular album or song within the album plays
To erase a music file, you must plug the K3 into the computer, and when a window pops up that says "Open in Folder", "Open with Media Player", etc. Choose "Open in Folder" then go to "Internal Storage", then choose "Music". From there, you can delete by artist, or if you click on a folder that has an artist's name for the title, you can erase by album. From there you can erase by track by double clicking on an album folder.
To erase, right click the folder you wish to delete, and select "Delete".
I used ID3-TagIT to change the album name of my songs to the name of the folder on my Sansa c250 that I want to put the songs in. Open your Sansa in My Computer, double click on Internal Memory and open the music folder. Add a new folder and name it whatever you put in for the album name of your songs. Highlight all your songs and drag and drop them into your folder. Don't use media player to sync or they end up all mixed up in different folders.