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How to shuffle the music. Each time I turn it off and then back on, it starts at the 1st song I downloaded to it.

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I am having this problem too. I am trying to listen to an audiobook, but when i turn it off then turn it on later, it goes to the first song i loaded on it, not where i stopped in the book. Help!

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