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Mp3 player is changing the order of my tracks

Everytime i add tracks to my mp3 player it changes the order and i can't change it back.

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It may be set to shuffle/random mode which may be altering the sequence....or it may be getting sorted name/size wise....check for the shuffle/random thing first....if that is not the case then change your track names to sequenced numbers1,2,3,....so on....your roblem should be rectified by either of the two methods

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