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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when you open the mp3 player up in my computer and look in the folders, in the open window go to folders, files at the top, view and then look for show hidden files and tick the radio button, it should then show all the tracks.
Posted on Sep 26, 2007
Plug it into usb, copy subdirectories under root. Note... There is a limit on the number of individual files that can be in each subdirectory. Neighbor and I bought one and he ran into the limit (I forgot the number) while I used several subfolders and filled the full 1 gb.
Posted on Apr 10, 2008
For Windows XPTM users, you are connecting the device in MTP mode to the computer by default. You will need to set the device to MSC mode, so go to the device menu\Settings\Advanced\Protocol = > Press Play/Pause key to select MSC mode which will appear as such on the screen. Reconnect the device to the computer, and you can now see those files and delete them.
DO NOT forget to set the device back to MTP mode when finished, so go to device menu\Setting\Advanced = > Select MTP mode.
Posted on May 30, 2008
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