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alright these are the controls menu is select the back button is the play button if you wanna delete something use the fastforward and rewind buttons to go to explorer then select it then press menu till you are in your music or voice folder or whatever u want to delete then press volume down and use the fastforward and rewind to select yes or no If you wanna put it on hold press volume down and menu and that should be it
Have solved this problem on GoGear syncing with WMP 11 by going to options on the device itself, then go to the "settings" option, scroll down to "PC Connection Preferences", from here you will select the check box saying "MTP" then back out of options and connect your device and go back to your WMP 11 and drag your playlists to the syncing area and resync your device. You should then be able to see your playlists under the playlist option in music along with the "playlist on the go" playlist.
yes you can create playlist using WMP11...
To create playlist using WMP
1. Click the Library tab. If you need to clear the List pane before beginning to create your playlist, click the Clear List pane button .
Drag items from the Details pane to the List pane to add them to the new playlist.
To select multiple adjacent items, press and hold the SHIFT key while selecting. To select nonadjacent items, press and hold the CTRL key while selecting.
To rearrange items, drag them up or down in the List pane.
To save the list, click Save Playlist at the bottom of the List pane, and then type a name for the playlist.
By default, playlists are saved with a .wpl extension in the Playlists folder, which is usually located in the Music folder. You can also save playlists with the .m3u or .asx extension. To do so, click the List button at the top of the List pane, click Save Playlist As, and then change the extension in the Save As dialog box. Once you save the playlist, it's added to the Playlists category in the library.
To play the playlist in the List pane, click the Play button .
To access the playlist in the future, click the Playlists view in the Navigation pane.
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When you try to play it the screen should say locked. Push the bottom button that says hold and the screen should say unlocked. Hope that helps. I just bought the same MP3 player and am liking it so far.
The "My Selections" playlist?
You have to delete the entire playlist.
Or do you just want to get rid of old music on it? It's a plug and play device (on XP at least) and you can delete what you don't want from there.
This is going to take some investigation on your part. First of all, make sure that the correct song works on your PC. That is, if you launch Don't Wanna Miss A Thing on your PC and Bout It plays, then it's the media file, not the Sansa player. Make sure you launch the specific media file from Windows, NOT from your media player software. You want to check the FILE first. (Reverse the files too - launch Bout It and see what plays)
If the files are right, then launch them from your media player software. If they're wrong when you play them from the media player software, check the properties of the song.
If everything is okay on the PC, then check the Sansa. If you are directly launching the music file on the Sansa (that is, not from a playlist) and it's wrong, then put the Sansa in MSC mode and check the file. Drag it to your PC and launch it. If it's wrong, replace it.
If your launching the file from a playlist, just redo the playlist with the correct file after you've finished your troubleshooting.