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Deleting music files

I just purchased an RCA TH actually a 1102 MP3 Lyra Pearl. To quickly add music I loaded all my music files from my computer, this saved alot of time by not having to click and drag individual songs. Now I want to delete a bunch of the music I don't really want filling up my player so my question is how do I delete music files already on my mp3 player.

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  • newatthis Sep 09, 2007

    I think it worked! I have not actually tried the mp3 again but will shortly. All the files showed up under PEARL in MY COMPUTER and it wass easy to delete them in bulk. I hope and assume they are gone from the player.

    Thanks loads

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How do i delete songs on pearl ? and add new songs?

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You should be able to explore your mp3 player in my computer, and explore each folder but when the windows are open click at the top files, options, view and select show hidden files as the mp3 songs already on the player may be hidden.

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Hook up your mp3 player to your computer
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