Question about Philips SA3025/37 Flash MP3 Player
If you don't have "Windows Media Player", you need to install it. It should already be there. Open it up and plug your device in. Click on "Library". There should (wait a few seconds) be a listing in the corner that says "Philips". Click on that, then highlight and right click anything there (or whatever you want to remove). There should be an option to "delete from player" or something like that. It WILL NOT delete it from your computer.
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
This is done using Windows Explorer (I don't know how to do it for non-Windows systems), much the same as you would delete files on your computer. The GoGear will be a separate drive on your computer (probably "E:") and will be labeled "PHILIPS".
Go to the directory the files you want to delete are in (i.e. "MUSIC"), highlight the files you want to delete and either press the DEL key or right-click and choose "Delete", then confirm it on the popup window.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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