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Remove songs that have been added to device

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Re: Remove songs that have been added to device

When your GPX MW3837 is plugged into your PC, it will show up as a drive [mine shows GPX(E:)] in Windows Explorer. Click on that drive and you will be able to delete anything from the MP3 player.

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