Question about Coby MP620 MP3 Player
How do I put certain songs on a playlist so I don't have to keep scrolling through songs to get to my favorite songs?
Posted by Anonymous on
The Coby is weird, but I found a way to create playlists. It might not be the "real" way, but it works :)
Before I plug the mp3 in my computer I create folders containing the songs I want for each play list. For example I'd create one folder labeled "work out" for songs I want to listen to while working out, and another folder labeled "sleep" for songs to listen to while sleeping, or you could label them based on artists or genre or etc. Then I would copy the songs I want in each playlist into their respective folders.
Next, I plug my coby into my computer, and open it's folder. (should be in computers, and have a icon with a C on it). I'd copy (or click and drag into the coby folder) my play list folders (the ones I labeled work out and sleep). Then eject and remove my mp3.
If you do this, when you turn on your mp3 you should select Music. Then select Broswer (on the bottom). Select the first row, which has the symbol "\" [underneath this is all your songs] and you'll see the names of your play list folders (they'll be below ROOT, MAC OS X Coby Me, and PHOTOS) . If you select your play list name you'll see and be able to play the songs under that playlist.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the settings of the player there is an option to order the tracks in your album . U can check it and can make it work as u wish
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Posted on Nov 02, 2009
once you connect to pc/laptop all features are not functional...you will only be allow to transfer files back and forth while connected via usb
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 08, 2011
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I have the same problem with mi COBY MP3, no matter how mush I search I cant create a working playlist. So you better buy another mp3 player. COBY sucks at every thing.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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